495 Questions of the Kit-ab'i-aqdas examines the Holy Scriptures of the Bahai, a breakaway group from Islam that seeks to unite all religions.
Faulkner created a compelling and frightening universe: his Yoknapatawpha County, his Snopes Trilogy, his poetry, his letters, his short stories, and his life. Modern authors who struggle with their editors are often confused at how Faulkner submitted to his editor when an early editor misspelled Falkner’s name as Faulkner, and how Faulkner embraced the typo as his nom de plume. He became invisible in his art.
The Talmud is an encyclopedia of the collected wisdom of the Jewish people. It began as the Mishnah, a commentary on the Torah, but in the wake of the diaspora, it became a collection of everything Jewish, from law and scripture, to tradition and ritual. The Babylonian Talmud had 2711 pages. This is volume one with questions from each page of the Talmud.
The Book of Days presents a passage of Scripture for every day, including leap day and holidays. Each day includes three English translations of the Scripture of the Day.
The collected wisdom of the twelve largest world religions is impressive. Based on the approximate membership of each, a percentage of verses was selected. The Scriptures from Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Sikhism, Taoism, Baha’ism, Confucianism, Jainism, Shintoism, and Zoroastrianism were consulted.
This collection of sermons is drawn from the culture of rural Alaska. This book features sermons from the New Testament, from Matthew to Revelation.
This collection of sermons is drawn from the culture of rural Alaska. This book features sermons from the Old Testament, from Proverbs to 1 Enoch, including the Apocrypha.
This collection of sermons is drawn from the culture of rural Alaska. Sermons focus on each book of the Old Testament, from Genesis through Song of Solomon.