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Heavenly Hosts: A Biblical Study of Angels Paperback - Used
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A complete study of angels in the Bible, taken from notes in the Dake’s Annotated Reference Bible with Concordance.
The Essential Erasmus - Paperback Used
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Author - Erasmus (Introduction by John Dolan)

Containing most of Erasmus’ works in one volume, “The Essential Erasmus” is essential reading for those who want to understand the wide breath of Christianity that was the religious standard for the Western world four hundred years ago.  A Catholic humanist, Erasmus resisted his brethren who left to start Protestant movements.  At the same time, he worked with the church hierarchy to encourage change and repentance.  Essays in this collection include the full text of his most famous work, “The Praise of Folly,” as well as “The Handbook of the Militant Christian,” “Concerning the Immense Mercy of God,” etc.  Scholar John Dolan translated the text and wrote the Introduction to this collection.
Satan’s Underground: The Extraordinary Story of One Woman’s Escape Paperback - Used
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In “Satan’s Underground,” Laura Stratford’s story is all too true.  But most of the “good” people––especially the “good” Christians––living above ground don’t want to hear about the world of evil that lives all around them.
Living Beyond the Limits: A Life In Sync With God
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Franklin Graham tells of his many expenses around the world as he  ministers in his position as founder of Samaritan’s Purse.
The Emerging Order: God in the Age of Scarcity Paperback - New
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Published in 1979, Rifkin’s book is still in print.  It is a popular discussion of  the future of organized Christianity in an age of what the author believes will be declining resources in the United States.
The Christian’s Secret of A Happy Life Paperback - New
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First published in 1875, ‘The Christian’s Secret of A Happy Life,’ is now an American classic.  Born in Philadelphia in 1832, Hannah Whitall Smith was born into a prominent Quaker family.
I Saw Heaven Paperback - Used
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Roberts Liardon was taken to heaven in 1974 (in his spirit) when he was just eight years old.  He wrote the first book about this glorious experience in 1983, but readers had so many questions that he had to this updated version ten years later.
Backward Masking Unmasked: Backward Satanic Messages of Rock and Roll Exposed Paperback - Used
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Author - Jacob Aranza

Secular reviews by those who enjoyed rock music in the 80s have eviscerated this book, which means that the author must have touched some nerves.  The negativity of these critics, however, is easy disputed by the book.  Aranza, not only goes through discussions of most of the rock bands of that era,  his book includes several pictures of rock band symbols.  Any one somewhat familiar with signs and symbols of satanism should recognize that rock band’s trappings, lyrics, and pictorial symbols spring from devotion to evil.  Even without the masked messages Aranza uncovers, the veiled symbolic words in rock music also confirm that these entertainers have more than “innocent” music on their minds.
He Came To Set The Captives Free Paperback - New
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Author: Rebecca Brown

A medical doctor, Ruth Irene Bailey writes novels about deliverance from demon possession under the pseudonym Rebecca Brown.  “He Came to Set The Captives Free” is her first full length novel.  During her medical practice in her home state of Indiana, Dr. Brown encountered patients who had to be delivered from demon possession.  Jack Chick, founder of Chick publications helped her with her early novels, which he published as non-fiction literature.  Through the years, Brown has suffered much persecution, especially because of her diagnoses and physical illness often had demonic causes.  Finally the state of Indiana revoked her medical license in 1984 claiming that she “intentionally misdiagnosed her patients.”  She is married to Rev. Daniel Yoker, with whom she pastors a youth movement.
The Witch That Switched Paperback - New
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Author - Irene Park

A very reliable first-hand account of a woman who thoroughly understood the world of evil.  Irene Park not only practiced witchcraft, she was a high priestess in the world of evil.  But one day, as she was slipping into hell, she realized that the chief demon she had relied upon since childhood was now laughing at her hopelessness.  Then she saw Jesus, The Savior, reach out His hand for her and she clung to Him for salvation from the fires of hell.  Of course, she lost the massive wealth she had gained by selling drugs, prostitutes, etc., but she gained an everlasting Savior Who forgave her, washed her sins away, and put her on the path of a Christian ministry that has been a blessing to thousands.