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What’s Free or 99 cents at Findley Family Video Publications?

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The following books are free as first in a series, prequel, or introduce a series. Click on the cover to go to the book’s page.

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99cent books

These books are either on sale or permanently 99 cents. Choose from historical, fantasy, SciFi, and nonfiction. Everything from current issues to romance to adventure to homeschool helps to relationships to writers’ and readers’ tools.

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The Print Books Are Coming! — Post by Mary C. Findley

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We know some people love the smell and feel of paper books, so we are happy to meet that need. Following is a list of Findley Family Video Publications print titles as of 7/31/2015, in alphabetical order. Some are still filtering through from CreateSpace to Amazon and getting connected to the ebook titles.  As soon as that happens, the only titles not available in print are The Acolyte’s Education and Carrie’s Hired Hand, short stories fewer than 50 pages in length. So, if you want print versions of any of our other books, hang on until they are all in place at your favorite online retailer and then snap them up.

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1. A Dodge, a Twist, and a Tobacconist

2. Antidisestablishmentarianism

3. Benny and the Bank Robber (BBR 1)

4. BBR 1 student study guide

5. BBR 1 teacher study guide

6. Biblical Studies Student Edition NT

7. Biblical Studies Student Edition OT

8. Biblical Studies Teacher Edition NT

9. Biblical Studies Teacher Edition OT

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10. Chasing the Texas Wind

11. Doctor Dad (BBR2)

12. Empire Saga

13. Ephron Son of Zohar

14. Fifty Shades of Faithful

15. Fifty Shades of Faithful 2: In Living Color

16. Heth, Son of Canaan, son of Ham, Son of Noah

17. Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion

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18. Lines in Pleasant Places (BBR 4)

19. Nehemiah, LLC

20. Send a White Rose

21. Shelometh Daughter of Yovov

22. Tawananna, Daughter of Zohar

23. The Baron’s Ring

24. The Conflict of the Ages Student 1 The Scientific History of Origins

25. The Conflict of the Ages Student 2 The Origin of Evil in the World that Was

26. The Conflict of the Ages Student 3 They Deliberately Forgot: The Flood and the Ice Age

27. The Conflict of the Ages Student 4 Ice Age Civilizations

28. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher 1-3 combined

[ The first 3 are not in print separately but in are 1 combined teacher edition]

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The Conflict of the Ages Teacher 1 The Scientific History of Origins

The Conflict of the Ages Teacher 2 The Origin of Evil in the World that Was

The Conflict of the Ages Teacher 3 They Deliberately Forgot: The Flood and the Ice Age

29. The Conflict of theAges Teacher 4 Ice Age Civilizations

30. The Good , the Bad, and the Ugly A Readers’ and Writers’ Guide for Believers

31. The Great Thirst 1: Prepared

32. The Great Thirst 2: Purified

33. The Great Thirst 3: Pursued

34. The Most Dangerous Game (Alexander Legacy 3)

35. The Oregon Sentinel (BBR 3)

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36. The Pinocchio Factor (Alexander Legacy 4)

37. What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism? (Serial Anti 4)

38. What Is an Establishment of Religion? Serial Anti 1)

39. What Is Science? (Serial Anti 3)

40. What Is Secular Humanism? (Serial Anti 2)

41. Write for the King of Glory

42. Zita Son of Ephron and Shelometh

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The World, and All That’s In It — Post by Michael J. Findley

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The first book of our world history series was intended to be just an introduction. Antidisestablishmentarianism turned into a lengthy statement of purpose. It is available as four separate books as well as a single volume: What Is an Establishment of Religion?, What Is Secular Humanism? What Is Science?, and What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism?

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The introduction is followed by the four Conflict of the Ages volumes: Creation, covered in The Scientific History of Origins, the Fall to the Flood in The Origin of Evil in World That Was, the Flood and the Ice Age in They Deliberately Forgot: the Flood and the Ice Age, and Ice Age Civilizations.

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The major criticism of these books is that they are completely documented and thorough. While I do not view this as a problem, other people find them difficult to absorb. So we published a single volume of the material in these eight books. It has no introductions, no appendix, no definition of terms, no quotes to support positions, no charts, and no illustrations. Disestablish is less than sixty pages. Each concept is mentioned only once.

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However, the criticism that this is still too difficult prompted me to present the same post-flood material in an entertaining fictional format. That is the background for the Hittite series.

The first book in the series is Ephron Son of Zohar (Ephron the Hittite Book 1).

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The second book in the series is Tawananna Daughter of Zohar (Ephron the Hittite Book 2).

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The third book in the series is Heth, Son of Canaan, Son of Ham, Son of Noah (Ephron the Hittite Book 3).

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The fourth book in the series is Shelometh Daughter of Yovov Wife of Ephron (Ephron the Hittite Book 4).

shelometh 25The fifth book in the series is Zita: Son of Ephron and Shelometh (Ephron the Hittite Book 5)

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A Biblical Definition of Wisdom — Guest Post by Richard Capriola

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How do you define wisdom? For some it’s measured by a person’s level of knowledge and learning or by one’s level of education. Dictionaries define wisdom as philosophic and scientific learning. Other definitions of wisdom include sound judgment, good insight, or common sense. Native Americans believe wisdom is earned only after living a long life that brings learning and experience.

These definitions have merit, but they fall short of a biblical definition of wisdom. Biblical wisdom can be defined as the ability to see things from God’s point of view. As Christians, our wisdom grows when we understand and accept God’s point of view. The same is true of nations; they show wisdom when they align their policies with God’s view.

Without wisdom people can find themselves in trouble and countries risk disaster. The further a nation strays from God’s point of view, the closer it comes to being a nation under judgment.

We live in a nation that prides itself on being “one nation under God.” We ask for God’s blessing in songs like “God Bless America” by Irving Berlin. Our Supreme Court opens every session with “God save the United States and this Honorable Court.” The president and other politicians pandering for our votes give speeches that end with “God bless America.”

But what does it mean to be “one nation under God?” Have the words become merely a patriotic slogan? Do they have value only in times of national crises, when we feel threatened? Are we a nation asking for God’s protection and blessings while turning away from His point of view?

As a nation “under God” do we see things from God’s point of view when shaping national policies? Or have we lost our wisdom as a nation? When we create polices on hunger, homelessness, poverty, protecting the environment and marriage, are we following God’s point of view – or a political agenda? What does it say about our values when one of every fifty children lacks sufficient food, in a nation that wastes 40 percent of its food? These are important questions that must be asked if we value being a nation “under God” because the answers may point to a nation moving away from God’s point of view and losing its wisdom.

Christians cannot escape our responsibility to hold those we elect to public office accountable for crafting polices that reflect God’s point of view. If our nation is losing its wisdom – its ability to see things from God’s point of view – we have a responsibility to advocate for change and to elect leaders who believe that “one nation under God” is not merely a political slogan but a call to action that will bring our policies into line with God’s point of view.

Our Founding Fathers knew that we could not indefinitely exist apart from God’s point of view. George Mason warned that providence would punish national sins with national calamities. Thomas Jefferson said “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just and that his justice cannot sleep forever.” These great men understood that our nation’s future rests on its commitment to live by the words “one nation under God” and that we must create national polices that reflect His point of view rather than policies that conform to a political agenda.

Have we lost our wisdom as a nation – our ability to see things from God’s point of view? Ultimately the answer to that question will determine if we are headed toward being a nation under judgment.
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Richard Capriola is the author of A Nation Under Judgment. His book defines wisdom as the ability to see things from God’s point of view. It addresses many of our nation’s social issues such as hunger, homelessness, marriage, the environment and abortion and empowers readers to consider if we are moving away from being One Nation Under God and moving toward God’s judgment. He completed four years of Clinical Pastoral education and has served as a hospital chaplain and mental health counselor. His book is available on Amazon and readers can view a book trailer at www.anationunderjudgment.com He resides in Katy Texas.

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Why Write a Book About Celibacy? — Guest Post by Tranea Prosser

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I have not read Tranea’s works, but I hope you’ll take a look and check out her fresh perspective!

Tranea Prosser — Author. Comedian. A Woman of Many Flavors!

Deuteronomy 6:5
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.

The topic selected me; it was not the other way around! What do we hear stories about all the time today?

There’s not much out there about self-love that is for sure. I can count on one hand and not use all of my fingers how many people have mentioned that they are celibate and waiting on God to deliver their mates. There must be a need to raise the topic so that people won’t feel guilty or pitted for their choices. I think Celibacy should be celebrated just like all other special days like your Birthday, Valentine, and Anniversaries. It is ok to celebrate yourself if you are celibate. I am having a time trying to type both words (celebrate and celibacy) on the same line! LOL!

You should celebrate celibacy because you are strong minded and focused on what you want. You are living with high standards that will make a person either mature or run off and leave you alone. You are letting people know that you are serious about your life and lively hood. You have developed into a bold force to be recognized and respected . You can’t be easily fooled by people. Yes, you are worthy of celebration. Are you single and celibate? Have a glass of wine and kick your feet up.

Celibacy is a word that the church folk don’t hear from the pulpit. Practicing celibacy is honoring God with your body. True Love Waits classes were not around when I was a teenager. There aren’t any single’s conferences held in my state so I chose to be an encourager to any person of any age and gender who has made a commitment to God to remain chaste until they are married. That’s what my book, Celibacy: What Was I Thinking? Is basically about. It lists steps on how to begin and maintain the celibate lifestyle. It also shows you that being celibate is doable and it’s not a noose around your neck. Celibacy is not a bad word. But we can be a great supporter of each other in helping remember our first love and the promise we made to ourselves while living a celibate lifestyle.

Tranea Prosser is a comedian and author. Celibacy: What Was I Thinking? Is her first publication. To find out more :

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Interview With Ada Brownell — Author of Imagine the Future You

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I haven’t read Ada’s books, but please take a look and see if they are what you are looking for!

1. Many people say that authors can’t or don’t do well with more than one genre. You have a biography about your life as a Pentecostal, a Bible study about the eternal, a teen suspense novel, a YA Bible study, and now you’re working on a historical romance. What do you think prepared you or qualifies you to write these different types of books?

Study and a burning desire to communicate the gospel. I’ve written for half a century and I still study techniques and learn. I’ve also learned much by paying attention, research, interviewing experts and ordinary people, and drawing on experiences from teaching youth, being a newspaper reporter where in the years I worked and the probably thousands of stories I wrote, my pen touched almost every segment of society in that city of 100,000.

2. Tell us a little about your “real” (Non-writing) life — family, job, church life. Does it give you inspiration for your writing? Does it get in the way of your writing, or are there times when you get help, from people or circumstances?

I think now that I’m retired and devote many hours to writing that it touches every part of me, and the people I meet and the things around me touch my writing. You’ll easily see that in my new book, Imagine the Future You, released on Oct. 23.

3. Tell us about working with any people who help you create your books — Do you use Beta readers? Hire an editor or proofreader? How do you get your covers?

My first book, Confessions of a Pentecostal, was published by Radiant Books, a division of the Assemblies of God and was in galley proofs before I had a contract or knew it was accepted. I’ve worked with CreateSpace editors the last three books and all of them had good suggestions for changes, but didn’t do much to my copy except change my in-grown AP style to Chicago Manual of Style. I should be thankful all three editors commented on my clean copy, but every time there were typos after all the editing, approved corrections and proofs.

4. Since you have several books out, tell us what you think works for promotion. What are your thoughts on ebooks versus print books and different ways to let people know about you and your books?

I talked to a Christian bookstore owner yesterday who carries my titles. I complained how almost everyone at a ladies conference where I was a vendor wanted e-books instead of paperback. He said his book sales are really down this year, but there are people buying CDs, greeting cards, and gifts.

For promotion, I try anything to get my name out there. I’m just beginning promotion for the new book on Twitter, Facebook, and guest blogs. I have a newsletter almost ready to go and I’ll create News Releases soon. I’ve developed a mailing list for News Releases with all the small newspapers in my city, but I also include the large paper as well.

Another thing I do and plan to keep doing, is write for Christian publications, and I write op-ed pieces occasionally for newspapers. I don’t know if it creates sales, but some publish my blog link, but with these I reach 50,000, 60,000, and 200,000. Since I want to spread the gospel, an op-ed piece or a story in a Christian publication reaches far more readers than any of my books so far. Yet, I wouldn’t mind a best seller.

5. Tell us about your newest book. Make us want to read it.

I want to live forever, I want my children and grandchildren to live forever, and if I didn’t know Jesus I’d want someone to give me a book like Imagine the Future You. Here’s the way the back cover copy starts.

Will you be the person you dream of being—or someone from your nightmares?

You don’t need a fortune teller to reveal your future. You are the person who determines who you will be, what your life will be like, and how your hopes and dreams will be fulfilled. This book will show how to make the right connections, how to grow you talents, and how to begin believing in yourself and things greater than yourself—for a wonderful Future You!

The book is a motivational Bible Study for youth, but older people can be impacted by much of it, such as the chapter on why you can believe in God and avoid the brainwashing of our schools and society.

6. Share something that makes you laugh, with just plain humor, or happiness, or because it’s so stupid.

My friend is always teasing her husband when the four of us are together. One day she asked me, “Did you notice his new rainbow tie? There’s a pot at the end of it.”

Another day she said, “My husband is well balanced. He has a bubble in the middle.”

7. Share something that’s amazing, touching, or that makes you angry.

This touched me. Today at Bible study a beautiful Chinese woman shared the testimony of her conversion. Although she had success in learning English and teaching it as a second language in China, and even was asked to join the Communist party, she had a gnawing emptiness inside. She heard the gospel through missionary/teachers in China, and had a vision of heaven the day she accepted Jesus as Savior. But when she came to America to attend Central Bible College, loneliness for her family, culture and Chinese friends plagued her. Sometimes she was tempted to go back to China. She was fond of an unusual variety of mushroom that grew in her homeland, and one day feeling unloved she looked into the back yard and a cluster of those mushrooms grew there. She picked them, had one delicious meal, and they never grew again. But the love message God sent to her remains.

8. What’s your next project? Tell us so we can’t wait for it to come out!

The Lady Fugitive. I can’t wait to get back to it. I’m hoping to have it out in two or three months.

In 1907 Jenny Louise Parks, 17, escapes from her abusive uncle, a judge, and tries to run away. He locks her in her room. When she goes out the window and down the trellis, he puts her in the coal cellar. She gets free through the delivery slot, jumps on her horse and heads for the train in a disguise.

The judge and his men follow. She takes off in another direction. She’d rather die than go back to her home with the judge in it. Everywhere she goes Wanted posters with her picture offer a $500 reward. The judge won’t inherit Jenny’s parents’ ranch unless he keeps her until age 21.

The evening before her escape, Jenny meets William O’Casey, a young peddler. O’Casey travels, peddling household goods, looking for his missing brother, and showing a Passion of the Christ picture show (one of the first created). He had wanted to meet Jenny since attending her elocution performances in Peachville, Colo.
In an abandoned house, the first night after leaving home, Jenny encounters a rattlesnake coiled and ready to strike. Her screams reach O’Casey, traveling on a nearby road. He shoots the reptile and assures her God is looking after her as He does the birds and His sheep, but she thinks, “Where was God when Papa and Mama died?”

Please send images and links, including any good reviews or news you want to share about your books.

IMAGINE REVIEW

Ada Brownell pens a book challenging young readers to imagine themselves in the future based on the choices they’re making today. In 13 thought-provoking chapters, Brownell writes in a way that not only resonates with her teenage audience, but also encourages them. Giving insights into her life as a teen and providing timely morsels of truth about God’s Word will leave any reader (adults included) inspired and dedicated to living a life for Christ and growing in their walk with Him. Highly recommended! ~ Penny Zeller, Christian Author and Speaker

Ada Brownell bio

Ada Brownell, a devoted Bible student, has written for Christian publications since age 15 and spent much of her life as a daily newspaper reporter at The Pueblo Chieftain in Colo. After moving to Springfield, MO in her retirement, she continues to free lance for Sunday school papers, Christian magazines and write books. She is author of three non-fiction works, one novel, and is critique group leader of Ozarks Chapter of American Christian Writers.

Among her books: Joe the Dreamer: The Castle and the Catapult, released Jan. 15, 2013; Swallowed by Life: Mysteries of Death, Resurrection and the Eternal, released Dec. 6, 2011; and Confessions of a Pentecostal, published by the Assemblies of God’s Gospel Publishing House in 1978, out- of-print but released in 2012 for Kindle; Imagine the Future You, a youth Bible study, became available October 2011. All the books are available in paper or for Kindle.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/AdaBrownellWritingMinistries
Twitter: @adellerella
Blog: http://inkfromanearthenvessel.blogspot.com Stick to Your Soul Encouragement
Amazon Ada Brownell author page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001KJ2C06
Imagine the Future You: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1489558284

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Latest List of Findley Family Video Publications

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If you have taken the time to read our books, Thank you! The best gift you can give an author is an honest, thoughtful review. Please consider leaving one. Help us understand what you liked and didn’t like about the book and why. Help authors reach more readers and spread your influence and ours. If you liked the book, please recommend it to your spouse, friends, pastors, teachers, cashiers, employers, – anybody and everybody you see each day. If you don’t know what to say, remember Proverb 16:3 – Commit thy works unto the Lord and thy thoughts shall be established. Thank you!

All our books (including Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, SciFi, contemporary relationships short stories, and an Archaeological Mystery serial) are linked on our blog by genre. Look for the colored rectangles with genre names on the left and right sides of each page.
Elk Jerky for the Soul includes posts on current issues, excerpts from our fiction and nonfiction works, Bible teaching, travel and everyday observations, and more. Visit our YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/ffvp5657. Watch Jonah and Ruth as well as “Sojourner,” part of the Space Empire Saga, in full 3D animation, book teasers, and upcoming projects related to biblical study and the Conflict of the Ages.
Science, History, Literature, and biblical worldview studies are the focus of our book and video projects.

The following list includes all ebook versions including series links, illustrated versions, and boxed sets. In most cases, where a paperback version is available, the same link will take you to that edition. After each title is the global link to Amazon and, where applicable, a series page link.

1. Send a White Rose myBook.to/Send-white-rose
2. Chasing the Texas Wind myBook.to/Chasing-texas-wind
3. The Baron’s Ring myBook.to/Barons-ring
4. Benny and the Bank Robber myBook.to/Benny-Bank-robber (series link) myBook.to/Benny_Bank_Robber_series_4
5. Benny 1 Teacher myBook.to/BBR1-Teacher-Study-Guide
6. Benny 1 Student myBook.to/BBR1-Study-Student
7. Dr. Dad myBook.to/BBR2-Dr-Dad
8. The Oregon Sentinel myBook.to/BBR3-Oregon-Sentinel
9. Lines in Pleasant Places myBook.to/BBR4-Lines-pleasant-places
10. The Great Thirst 1: Prepared myBook.to/Great-Thirst-1-Prepared
11. The Great Thirst 2: Purified myBook.to/Great-Thirst-2-Purified
12. The Great thirst 3: Pursued myBook.to/Great-Thirst-3-Pursued
13. The Great Thirst 4: Persecuted myBook.to/GreatThirst4Persecuted
14. The Great thirst 5: Persevering myBook.to/Great_Thirst_5_Persevering
15. The Great Thirst 6: Protected myBook.to/Great_Thirst_6_Protected
16. The Great Thirst 7: Prevailing myBook.to/GreatThirst_7_Prevailing
17. The Great Thirst Boxed Set myBook.to/Great_Thirst_Boxed_Set
18. The Acolyte’s Education myBook.to/Acolytes-education
19. Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion myBook.to/Hope-knight-black-lion
20. Illuminated Hope myBook.to/illuminated-hope
21. A Dodge a Twist and a Tobacconist myBook.to/Dodge-twist-tobacconist
22. Illustrated Dodge myBook.to/Illustrated-Dodge-Twist-Tobacconist
23. The Pinocchio Factor myBook.to/pinocchio-factor
24. The Most Dangerous Game myBook.to/Most-Dangerous-Game-Alex-Legacy-3
25. Fall on Your Knees myBook.to/Fall_on_your_knees
26. Carrie’s Hired Hand myBook.to/Carries-Hired-Hand
27. Fifty Shades of Faithful myBook.to/Fifty-shades-faithful-1 series link myBook.to/FiftyShades_of_Faithful_series
28. Fifty Shades of Faithful 2 myBook.to/50-Shades-2-Colors
29. Write for the King of Glory myBook.to/Write-King-Glory
30. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Reader’s and Writer’s Guide for Believers myBook.to/Good-Bad-Ugly-reader-writer-guide
31. Ephron Son of Zohar myBook.to/Ephron-son-of-zohar-ephron-hittite-1 Series page: myBook.to/Ephron_Hittite_series
32. Ephron the Hittite Boxed Set myBook.to/Ephron_Box_5
33. Tawanana Daughter of Zohar myBook.to/Tawananna-ephron-hittite-2
34. Heth, Son of Canaan, son of Ham, son of Noah myBook.to/Heth-Ephron-Hittite-3
35. Shelometh Daughter of Yovov Wife of Ephron myBook.to/Shelometh-Ephron-4
36. Zita: Son of Ephron and Shelometh myBook.to/Zita_Ephron_Hittite_Book_5
37. Old Testament and New Testament Manuscript History myBook.to/OT-NT-Manuscript
38. Biblical Studies Teacher Edition Part One: Old Testament myBook.to/Biblical-Studies-Teacher
39. Biblical Studies Teacher Edition Part Two: New Testament myBook.to/Biblical-Studies-Tcher-NT
40. Biblical Studies Student Edition Part One: Old Testament myBook.to/Biblical-studies-student
41. Biblical Studies Student Edition Part Two: New Testament myBook.to/Biblical-Studies-Student-NT
42. Antidisestablishmentarianism myBook.to/Antidisestablishmentarianism
43. Illustrated Antidisestablishmentarianism http://authl.it/1hn?d
44. What Is an Establishment of Religion? myBook.to/Anti-1-what-is-estab-religion Series page myBook.to/serial_anti
44. What Is an Establishment of Religion? myBook.to/Anti-1-what-is-estab-religion Series page myBook.to/serial_anti
45. Illustrated What Is an Establishment of Religion? http://authl.it/1hp?d Series page myBook.to/serial-illustrated-anti
46. What Is Secular Humanism? myBook.to/Anti-2-What-is-secular-humanism
48. What Is Science? myBook.to/Anti-3-What-is-science
49. Illustrated What Is Science? http://authl.it/1hq?d
50. What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism? myBook.to/Anti-serial-4-results-sec-humanism
51. Illustrated What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism? http://authl.it/1hr?d
52. Disestablish myBook.to/Disestablish
53. Empire Saga myBook.to/Empire-Saga-6-in-1 series page myBook.to/Space_Empire_Series
54. City on a Hill myBook.to/City-on-a-hill
55. Sojourner myBook.to/Sojourner
56. Nehemiah LLC myBook.to/Nehemiah-LLC
57. Empire 1: Humiliation myBook.to/Empire-1-Humiliation
58. Empire 2: Repentance myBook.to/Empire-2-Repentance
59. Empire 3: Sanctification myBook.to/Empire-3-Sanctification
60. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition I The Scientific History of Origins myBook.to/COA1-Teacher-Sci-History-Origins Teacher Series Page myBook.to/Conflict_Teacher_all
61. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition II: The Origin of Evil in the World that Was myBook.to/COA2-Teacher-origin-evil
62. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition III They Deliberately Forgot The Flood and the Ice Age myBook.to/COA3-Teacher-Flood-Ice-age
63. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition IV Ice Age Civilizations myBook.to/COA4-Teacher-Ice_Age
64. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition V The Ancient World myBook.to/COATeacher5
65. The Conflict of the Ages Student Edition I The Scientific History of Origins myBook.to/COA1-Student-Sci-History-origins Student series page myBook.to/Conflict_Student_all
66. The Conflict of the Ages Student II: The Origin of Evil in the World that Was myBook.to/COA2-Student-origin-evil
67. The Conflict of the Ages Student III They Deliberately Forgot The Flood and the Ice Age myBook.to/COA3-Student-Flood-Ice-Age
68. The Conflict of the Ages Student Edition IV Ice Age Civilizations myBook.to/COA4-Student-Ice-Age-Civ
69. The Conflict of the Ages Student Edition V The Ancient World myBook.to/ConflictStudent5
70. The Conflict of the Ages Teacher Edition I-III myBook.to/COA1-3-Teacher

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