Xerxes – Jacob Abbott
CHAPTER I. THE MOTHER OF XERXES.
CHAPTER II. EGYPT AND GREECE.
CHAPTER III. DEBATE ON THE PROPOSED INVASION OF GREECE.
CHAPTER IV. PREPARATIONS FOR THE INVASION OF GREECE.
CHAPTER V. CROSSING THE HELLESPONT.
CHAPTER VI. THE REVIEW OF THE TROOPS AT DORISCUS.
CHAPTER VII. THE PREPARATIONS OF THE GREEKS FOR DEFENSE.
CHAPTER VIII. THE ADVANCE OF XERXES INTO GREECE.
CHAPTER IX. THE BATTLE OF THERMOPYLAE.
CHAPTER X. THE BURNING OF ATHENS.
CHAPTER XI. THE BATTLE OF SALAMIS.
CHAPTER XII. THE RETURN OF XERXES TO PERSIA.
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THE POOR DEBTOR
THE SUNDAY CHRISTIAN
I KNEW HOW IT WOULD BE
JACOB JONES; OR, THE MAN WHO COULDN’T GET ALONG IN THE WORLD
STARTING A NEWSPAPER. AN EXPERIENCE OF MR. JONES
THE WAY OF TRANSGRESSORS
JUST GOING TO DO IT
MAKING HASTE TO BE RICH
LET HER POUT IT OUT
A FINE, GENEROUS FELLOW
TAKING IT FOR GRANTED
LOVE AND LAW
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|Date:||January 14, 2015|
- Alford-Scriptural Doctrine of Trinity
The Manual: The Scriptural Doctrine Of The Trinity, Investigated And Defended
By M.W. Alford
This is book is a treatise on the Trinity. Continue reading
Abrahams, Israel – Chapters on Jewish Literature
Chapters on Jewish Literature
by Israel Abraham
Israel Abrahams (1858-1925) was a leading British Jewish scholar. In 1902 Abrahams came to the United States to teach at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Chapters on Jewish Literature contains 25 short chapters on Jewish literature, opening with the fall of Jerusalem in 70 and ending with the death of Moses Mendelssohn in 1786.
This is a 10 chapter work on the history of the English Church (England that is).
CIM: Church History
Version/Date: 1.1 6/9/2014
Men of the Bible; Some Lesser-Known Characters
by George Milligan, D.D., J. G. Greenhough, M.A., Alfred Rowland, D.D., Ll.B., Principal Walter F. Adeney, D.D., J. Morgan Gibbon., H. Elvet Lewis., Principal D. Rowlands, B.A., W. J. Townsend, D.D.
This is a 20 chapter work on 20 persons of less note in the Bible. Some of these are Enoch, Eldad and Medad, Barzillai, Adonijah, HIram, Jeroboam, Asa, Ahaziah, Jabez, Simeon, Pontius Pilate, Barabbas, Joseph of Arimathea, Philip, the Evangelist, Ananias and Sapphira, and Demas. Continue reading
The Doctrine of Baptism
Mechanical or Spiritual?
By W.HAY M.H.AITKEN. M.A
In this Anglican work, the author examines Baptism from the perspective of the anglican point of view. His position is that baptism is spiritual, and even the baptism of babies will save their souls if the correct words and actions are performed, even though the baby, parents, god-parents, and priest are all completely unbelieving and uninterested in the events. Continue reading
Gentle Child Training
Gentle Measures in the Management and Training of the Young
By Jacob Abbott, 1871
The principles on which a firm parental authority may be established and maintained, without violence or anger, and the right development of the moral and mental capacities be promoted—by methods in harmony with the structure and the characteristics of the young mind. Continue reading
This priceless volume completes the trilogy by the Abbott’s on the Christian Home. Gorham Abbott (1807-1874) was the younger brother of John Abbott who wrote the other two titles, “The Mother at Home” and “The Child at Home.” “The Family at Home” contains 68 practical chapters covering everything from courtship and marriage to showing respect for the aged. These 68 chapters are brief but filled with wise and godly advice for the entire family. Continue reading
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