By: Bernie Babcock (1868-1962)
|The Coming of the King|
By: Berthold Auerbach (1812-1882)
|Christian Gellert's Last Christmas From "German Tales" Published by the American Publishers' Corporation|
By: Bertram Coghill Alan Windle (1858-1929)
|Science and Morals and Other Essays|
By: Brontë sisters
Selected Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell
Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell was a volume of poetry published jointly by the three Bronte sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne in 1846, and their first work to ever go in print. To evade contemporary prejudice against female writers, the Bronte sisters adopted androgynous first names. Marked by profound sentiments, gravity and melodious harmony, the poems are strewn on the fields of soulful love, rueful reminiscence and the immortal yearnings of a Christian soul, and represent a fragrant assemblage of noetic flowers from the glebes of olden England...
By: Bruce S. Wright
The Children's Six Minutes
This is a nice collection of 52 kid-aimed sermons by missionary Wright while he served in the Philippines in the World War I era. Each offers a slice-of-life reference point, an appropriate Bible verse, and hymn.
By: BS Murthy
Puppets of Faith: Theory of Communal Strife
When a bunch of apparently non-practicing Musalmans headed by Mohamed Atta launched that fidayeen attack on New York’s World Trade Centre that Sep 11, the world at large, by then familiar with the ways of the Islamic terrorism, was at a loss to fathom the unthinkable source of that unexpected means of the new Islamist scourge. The symptoms of a latent terrorist in the Muslim youth can be traced to the sublimity of Muhammad's preaching’s in Mecca and the severity of his Medina sermons make Islam a Janus-faced faith that forever bedevils the mind of the Musalmans...
Bhagvad-Gita: Treatise of Self-help
The spiritual ethos and the philosophical outlook that the Bhagvad - Gita postulates paves the way for the liberation of man, who, as Rousseau said, ‘being born free, is everywhere in chains’. But equally it is a mirror of human psychology, which enables man to discern his debilities for appropriate redressal. All the same, the boon of an oral tradition that kept it alive for over two millennia became its bane with the proliferation of interpolations therein. Besides muddying its pristine philosophy, these insertions affect the sequential conformity and structural economy of the grand discourse...
Sundara Kãnda: Hanuman's Odyssey
If Mahabharata's Bhagvad-Gita is taken as a philosophical guide, Ramayana's Sundara Kãnda is sought for spiritual solace. What is more, many believe that reading Sundara Kãnda or hearing it recited would remove all hurdles and usher in good tidings! Well miracles apart, it's in the nature of Sundara Kãnda to inculcate fortitude and generate hope in one and all. After all, isn't it a depiction of how Hanuman goes about his errand against all odds! Again, won't it portray how Seetha, on the...
By: Byron J. (Byron Johnson) Rees (1877-1920)
|The Heart-Cry of Jesus|
By: C. J. (Charles John) Ellicott (1819-1905)
|Addresses on the Revised Version of Holy Scripture|
By: C. T. (Charles Thomas) Studd (1860-1931)
|The Chocolate Soldier Or, Heroism—The Lost Chord of Christianity|
By: Caroline Atwater Mason (1853-1939)
Woman Of Yesterday
Anna is the daughter of a clergyman in a small town in Vermont. She is very happy with her lot. But when she goes to nurse a woman in the big city, she starts to discover the world. She sees new places, meets new people, and falls in love. This will test all the resolutions she once held dear. - Summary by Stav Nisser.
By: Caroline Hadley
|Woodside or, Look, Listen, and Learn.|
By: Chapman Cohen (1868-)
|Religion & Sex Studies in the Pathology of Religious Development|
By: Charles Alexander Eastman (1858-1939)
The Soul of the Indian
"We also have a religion which was given to our forefathers, and has been handed down to us their children. It teaches us to be thankful, to be united, and to love one another! We never quarrel about religion."
By: Charles Beard (1827-1888)
|Beside the Still Waters A Sermon|
|Strong Souls A Sermon|
By: Charles Bradlaugh (1833-1891)
|Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers|
|Humanity's Gain from Unbelief Reprinted from the "North American Review" of March, 1889|
By: Charles Bruce
|Leslie Ross: or, Fond of a Lark|
By: Charles Ebert Orr (1861-1933)
|How to Live a Holy Life|
|The Gospel Day Or, the Light of Christianity|
By: Charles Foster Kent
The Making of a Nation: The Beginnings of Israel's History
Charles Foster Kent was one of the premier scholars in Jewish Studies at the turn of the century. He was particularly well-known for his comparisons of early Christianity to its Jewish roots. He also wrote several distinguished histories of Israel, the Jewish people, Torah studies, and the development of oral Torah.
By: Charles Francis Stocking (1873-)
By: Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
Talks To Farmers
This is a collection of nineteen sermons given by the Baptist preacher, Charles Spurgeon, using illustrations from rural settings.
By: Charles J. (Charles John) Abbey (1833-1919)
|The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|
By: Charles Jerome Callan (1877-1962)
|The Shepherd Of My Soul|
By: Charles Kingsley (1819-1875)
|Westminster Sermons with a Preface|
|Discipline and Other Sermons|
|Daily Thoughts selected from the writings of Charles Kingsley by his wife|
|True Words for Brave Men A Book for Soldiers' and Sailors' Libraries|
|Out of the Deep Words for the Sorrowful|