By: Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1809-1877)
|A Theodicy, or, Vindication of the Divine Glory|
By: Albertus Magnus (1193-1280)
On Union With God
Surely the most deeply-rooted need of the human soul, its purest aspiration, is for the closest possible union with God. As one turns over the pages of this little work, written by Blessed Albert the Great towards the end of his life, when that great soul had ripened and matured, one feels that here indeed is the ideal of one's hopes. (From the Preface)
By: Alexander F. (Alexander Ferrier) Mitchell (1822-1899)
|The Scottish Reformation Its Epochs, Episodes, Leaders, and Distinctive Characteristics|
By: Alexander J. (Alexander James) McIvor-Tyndall (-1940)
By: Alexander Maclaren (1826-1910)
|The Life of David As Reflected in His Psalms|
By: Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
An Essay on Man
Pope’s Essay on Man, a masterpiece of concise summary in itself, can fairly be summed up as an optimistic enquiry into mankind’s place in the vast Chain of Being. Each of the poem’s four Epistles takes a different perspective, presenting Man in relation to the universe, as individual, in society and, finally, tracing his prospects for achieving the goal of happiness. In choosing stately rhyming couplets to explore his theme, Pope sometimes becomes obscure through compressing his language overmuch...
By: Alexander Whyte (1836-1921)
|Samuel Rutherford and some of his correspondents|
Bunyan Characters Volume II
This is the second volume of four which goes into the details of Characters from John Bunyan's books. This one continues with the characters of Pilgrims Progress.
By: Alfred Comyn Lyall (1835-1911)
|Studies in Literature and History|
By: Allan Menzies (1845-1916)
|History of Religion A Sketch of Primitive Religious Beliefs and Practices, and of the Origin and Character of the Great Systems|
By: Alphonse de Lamartine (1790-1869)
|Atheism Among the People|
By: Ambrose Shepherd
|Men in the Making|
By: American Bible Union
The New Testament
This Revised Testament has been prepared under the auspices of the American Bible Union, by the most competent scholars of the day. No expense has been spared to obtain the oldest translations of the Bible, copies of the ancient manuscripts, and other facilities to make the revision as perfect as possible. The paragraph form has been adopted in preference to the division by verse, which is a modern mode of division, never used in the ancient scriptures. But, for convenience of reference, the numbers of the verses are retained...
By: Amy Carmichael (1867-1951)
|Things as They Are Mission Work in Southern India|
By: Amy le Feuvre (d.1929)
Little Milly is left an orphan after the death of her mother and sent to live with her bachelor uncle, who has no use for children, especially of the female variety. As the days go by, his heart warms to his endearing niece who wants all probable sons to come home, including her very own probable uncle.
By: Amy Le Feuvre (-1929)
|Bulbs and Blossoms|
|Dwell Deep or Hilda Thorn's Life Story|
|'Me and Nobbles'|
By: Amy LeFeuvre (1861-1929)
Teddy loves to tell the story of how his father heroically died on the battlefield and guards his button jealously. But this brings contention and strife when a new girl comes to town. Teddy begins to learn what it means to be a soldier under Christ, his Captain.
By: Amy Steedman
In God's Garden
“In this book you will not find the stories of all God’s saints. I have gathered a few together, just as one gathers a little posy from a garden full of roses. But the stories I have chosen to tell are those that I hope children will love best to hear.” (excerpt from In God’s Garden by Amy Steedman)
|The Babe in the Bulrushes|
|Joseph the Dreamer|
|David the Shepherd Boy|
By: Anatole France (1844-1924)
The fourth century ascetic Paphnuce, journeys from his remote desert hermitage to urban Alexandria determined to locate the stunningly beautiful and libertine actress, Thais. He earnestly desires that she convert to Christianity. Gaining an audience by deception, the hermit passionately speaks to the actress of eternity. Remarkably, Thais repents and retires to a convent for the rest of her days. The hermit however, cannot rid his mind of her charms, not even with the help of the most severe austerities. After years of anguish the monk learns of Thais' immanent demise and hastens to her side. There he confesses the unspeakable.
Revolt of the Angels
Anatole France, in his satirical and allegorical fashion, weaves a tale of fantasy which finds a mischievous guardian angel stealing books from his earthly charge, who happens to be an archbishop in possession of a plethora of literature, mostly theological in nature. After voracious reading and then becoming a "fallen" angel, he decides to search for and recruit other "fallen" angels who devise a plan to attempt an overthrow of the rule which had set their fate, realizing that revolt is necessary and inevitable...
By: Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918)
|History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom|
By: Andrew Lang (1844-1912)
|Myth, Ritual and Religion — Volume 1|
Tales of Troy: Ulysses the Sacker of Cities
These are short stories about the life of Ulysses, the stealing of Helen, Paris, battles, Trojan horses, and more!
|John Knox and the Reformation|
Custom and Myth
CUSTOM AND MYTHINTRODUCTION.Though some of the essays in this volume have appeared in various serials, the majority of them were written expressly for their present purpose, and they are now arranged in a designed order. During some years of study of Greek, Indian, and savage mythologies, I have become more and more impressed with a sense of the inadequacy of the prevalent method of comparative mythology. That method is based on the belief that myths are the result of a disease of language, as the pearl is the result of a disease of the oyster...
By: Andrew Murray (1828-1917)
|The Ministry of Intercession A Plea for More Prayer|