“Behold, the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD.“ (Amos 8:11)
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee...“ (Hosea 4:6)
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- Are Celestial Mysteries, History, and Prophecy Revealed in the Orion Nebula, the Stars, the Constellations, and the Zodiac...?, Balaicius, 82pp., 8.5” x 7”, pb., 58 illustrations, 2 full page color illustrations; 12.00 + P&H. completely different perspective / conclusions than authorities on topic; using Bible numerics as decipher card, reveals / explains Gods Plan for Ages by correctly identifying identity / interpretation of each of 12 constellations of Zodiac (not the "occult", "horoscope" Zodiac, but the constellations that God put in the sky).
- The Bible and Archaeology (c.1940), Sir Frederick Kenyon (head of the British Museum), 310pp. + dozens of photos, pb., 22.00 + P&H. (very rare) - firm believer in the veracity of the Bible.
- The Bible Verified (1890), Rev. Andrew W. Archibald, 256pp., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Chronology of The Bible (1922) Philip Mauro, 124pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H. (printed later as Marvels of Bible Prophecy).
- Conflict With Rome (1940, translated from the Dutch 1957), Gerrit Berkouwer, 319pp., 6.25x9.25 pb., (text enlarged 5%) 20.00 + P&H. Dr. Gordon H. Clark called this book “a masterpiece”. Printed for the first time since 1958.
- Deliverance or Delusion...? —Which Do We Want...?, Balaicius, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.
- Does God Repent...? Can God Change His Mind...? [And an Utter Demolishment of the Humanistic Myth of Man’s “Free Will” and Arminianism], Balaicius, 470pp., 22.50 + P&H. Dovetails nicely with God and Evil and The Sovereignty of God.... Lively, profound, revealing, thought provoking, convincing thought, logic, Scripture.
- The Doctrine of Endless Punishment (1885) W. G. T. Shedd, D.D., 201pp.; The Eternal Suffering of the Wicked (1871) Robert Govett, M.A., Eternal Punishment I. & II. (1942 / 1951) by Arthur W. Pink, 40pp./54pp.; The World’s View of Eternal Punishment: or, The Doctrine of Eternal Punishment Written Indelibly in Human Nature (1929) G. A. Pegram, Ph.D., 93pp.; with 22-page intro & several pages of notes added to Pink (re-type-set; the others are facsimile) by R.A.Balaicius; brief biography of each author and a photo of each except Pegram (though several pages of preface to Pegram’s work has been added by R.A.B.). total 636 pages, paperback, 30.00 + P&H. This is a bargain for any 600 page book, let alone 4 rare titles. Robert Govett was an eminent English Bible scholar (who was highly acclaimed by Spurgeon, and Spurgeon's nephew, also a theologian, married Govett's sister). Among Govett's many books and Bible commentaries, he also wrote English Derived from Hebrew (also reprinted in paperback, 12.00 + P&H), showing the languages are related.
- The Enthroned Christian (c.1955) & John Looks at the Cross (1957), F.J. Huegel, 190pp., pb., 2 books in 1; 16.00 + P&H. excellent, much needed, our position in Christ.
- The Futurist and Rapture Conspiracy: A Brief Exposé of the History of these Subversive Doctrines—and Their Biblical Refutation, Balaicius 164pp., pb. well illustrated, 13.00 + P&H. Very revealing study showing shady characters behind these false doctrines: Futurism, Dispensationalism, “any moment” “two-stage” “Rapture” Return of Christ. Christ is returning; but not according to modern Antichrist heresy; these are new new-age false doctrines, not held by the Reformers or the great Bible leaders of the early modern era.
- God and Evil: Did God Create Sin and Evil? —Heresy or Hearsay? (The Facts of My Imaginary Evanescent Heresy Trial) The Death Knell of Arminianism at the Hand of the Word of God, Balaicius, 280pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- God, Man, and The Universe: How Everything Came To Be — The Ancient History of the Earth as Related in the 7 Days of Creation [Genesis Chapters 1 and 2] — A Youth Curriculum Including Practical Information that Relates to Many Important Areas of Modern Life, (also an intro. to logical thinking, the Reformers, the U.S. Founded as a Christian Nation, exposing medical & economic conspiracy, debunking evolution, and much more.] Questions and answers, challenging, enlightening, over 1,000 illustrations, unique insight, graspable by younger youth, but not condescending for older youth or even adults; fascinating presentation. 8.5”x7” paperback, 438pp., 25.00 + P&H.
- Heroes of the Reformation (1951), Hagstotz, Ph.D., 310pp. pb., + photos added by modern publisher (me) of each of the 43 different reformers of whom this book gives brief biographies, 18.50 + P&H.
- His Side vs. Our Side: Galatians, God’s Great Antithesis (1940), Norman B. Harrison, 130pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H. excellent book on spiritual growth
- Historical and Biographical Sketches [The Settlement of Germantown and other early history of Pennsylvania] (1883) Samuel W. Pennypacker (23rd Gov. of Penna.), pp., 416pp. (founders of Penna. / Op Den Graeff's were ancestors of mine, as were many others mentioned in the book: van Bebber, Gottschalk, Ziegler, Kolb, Kassel, Van Sintern, Schumacher, Pletjes [grandmother of William Penn, who was a cousin of mine], Linderman (relatives of Martin Luther), Kuster, Jansen, etc.). Founding of Germantown, Mennonite Migration and the Martyr's Mirror, and a dozen or so short biograpahies of various individuals, to which I have added Daniel Pastorius’ “Description of Pennsylvania” (1700) and history and bio of author, 20pp., 450 total pages, pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- History of Puritans & Pilgrim Fathers (1888) which incorporates: The Puritans in England (1849), W.H. Stowell, & The Pilgrim Fathers (1849), D. Wilson, 508pp.; to which I have added 230pp. (which took me about 500 hours to research and write) of historical and theological introduction to the Reformers, Puritans, Pilgrims, Nonconformists, Covenanters, the Westminster Assembly, the history of the Anglican Church and Presbyterian Church in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the Anglican Church and monarchs of Britain in their persecution of those Protestants who disagreed with the Anglican Church’s Catholic ritual, and an insightful look at the Great Awakening and revivals in England, Ireland, Scotland (and its Isle of Lewis), Wales, and New England; with over 800 short biographies and over 250 illustrations added; total c.740pp.; also the print of these reprinted titles was intolerably small, I expanded it to 7x8.5 which allows for generous margins as well as a normal sized print; 35.00 + P&H.
- History of the Mennonites: Historically and Biographically Arranged from the Time of the Reformation, More Particularly from the Time of Their Emigration to America (1888) by Daniel Kolb Cassel (one of my cousins through both the Kolb and the Cassel families and through 10 different relatives), with genealogical chart showing my relation to the author; with foreword and afterword by Robert Alan Balaicius 450pp., 24.00 + P&H.
- Hus the Heretick (1415; from 1930 ed.), by Poggius the Papist, 103pp. pb., Rare letters from 1400’s of eyewitness and papal juror at Bohemian reformer Jan Hus’ trial; he was converted through listing to Hus; & My Escape From the Auto De Fe (1559) by De La Mina, 183pp. pb. Rare letters c.1500’s; Spanish Noble family’s incredible survival of Catholic’s attempts to murder him & wife for having embraced Protestantism in one volume. Both are very moving and exciting; in one paperback edition, 289pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- Ivan Panin Collection #1: [4 booklets in 1], containting: An Introduction to the Principles of Bible Numerics (1920?) & Verbal Inspiration Demonstrated (1923) & The Inspiration of the Greek Scriptures Scientifically Demonstrated (1934) & Inspiration of the Hebrew Scriptures Scientifically Demonstrated (1928) 152pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- Ivan Panin Collection #2: [4 booklets in 1], 240pp., 8.5x7, 20.00 + P&H. containing: Bible Numerics, The Last 12 Verses of Mark, The Shorter Works of Ivan Panin, and The Structure and authorship of the New Testament (retypeset).
- I Was A Slave In Russia (1958) & I Found God In Soviet Russia (1959) 192pp. [intro. by Billy Graham], 192pp., John Noble; 2 incredible books, on Christian faith through persecution. When “allies” (USSR) took over after bombing of Dresden, German-born U.S. citizen & his family were arrested, their business stolen by USSR, and they were imprisoned for nearly 15 years under torture. Incredible. A must. out of print; good used copies; new printing, 2-in-1, pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- John Wycliffe: Patriot and Reformer: “The Morning Star of the Reformation” (1884) John Laird Wilson, 247pp. & Ulrich Zwingli: The Patriotic Reformer: A History (1868) Rev. William M. Blackburn, 324pp., [inquire]
- Leaders of the Lutheran Reformation (1917) Board of Publication of the General Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, 146pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley In Answer to Mr. Wesley’s Sermon Entitled “FREE GRACE” (1740), with additional notes added by the editor Robert Alan Balaicius; 39pp., 4.00 + P&H.
- The Life of Prayer (1915) A. B. Simpson (1 of America’s greatest evangelists), 162pp., 14.00 + P&H.
- Martin Bucer and the English Reformation [With a bibliography and plates, including portraits and facsimiles.] (1949) Constantin Hopf, 290pp., [inquire]
- The Martyrdom of a People; of the Vaudois of Piedmont and Their History (1914; translated from the German, originally in French by the Swiss author) Henry/Henri/Heinrich Fliedner, 117pp., with 34 illustrations & The Huguenot Galley Slave: Autobiography of a French Protestant Condemned to the Galleys for the Sake of His Religion (1867) translated from the French of Jean Marteilhe, 241pp., 16.50 + P&H.
- The Martyr of the Catacombs a Tale of Ancient Rome (1880) Methodist minister William Henry Withrow, a Canadian, is believed to be the author; others claim it was James De Mille 202 pages; thrilling fiction based on history of what life was like in the catacombs, under Roman persecution, being fed to the lions, gladiators, etc., pb., 14.50 + P&H.
- Martyrs’ Mirror: Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from Time of Christ to persecutions of Anabaptists in A.D. 1660 (1660), van Braght, 8x11, Hb., 1156pp.; major book of Christian faith (second to Bible) among German Christian groups (Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites, etc.); it is to Dutch & German peoples what Foxe’s Book of Martyers is to English speaking peoples. [my 7x-great grandfather Dielman Kolb, Jr. was responsible for it being translated from Dutch into German in 1749 in Pennsylvania); as was my 10th great-grandfather Jacob Hendricks Gottshalk (and several other ancestors); my edition will contain a historical pictoral introduction. To be published if there is enough interest; inquire.]
- The Moravians (Second Edition, 1913), Rt. Rev. Bishop E.R. Hasse, [Church that Sprang from Bohemian / Czech Reformation & Helped Evangelize World.] 142pp., pb., 18.00 (reg.20.00) annotated edition w/ illustrations.
- The Mountain Boy of Wildhaus: A Life of Ulric Zwingli (1884; 1900 printing), Rev. David van Horne, D.D., 192pp., Zwingli was a leader of the Swiss Reformation; 16.50 + P&H.
- New Bible Evidence: From the 1925-1933 Excavations (1934-1935), Sir Charles Marston (Eminent British archaeologist, owner of the Villiers motorcycle company), 264pp., pb., 16.50 + P&H.
- Pennsylvania Dutch and Other Essays (1882) Gibbons (Quaker of Lancaster County), lifestyle/customs of Penna. Dutch, Amish, Mennonites, Moravians, Schwenkfelders, English Quakers, & Welsh/Irish miners of Scranton, farmers in Ireland/England; 427pp., 20.00 + P&H; very interesting; early faith/morals of our people; would we could return to simpler, purer times. “Progress” not always good thing.
- Philip Melanchthon, 1497-1560 (1897) Rev. George Wilson, 166pp., pb., 15.50 + P&H. 3rd most-most important Reformer second only to Luther and Calvin.
- The Power of Prayer — Illustrated in the Wonderful Displays of Divine Grace at the Fulton Street and Other Meetings in New York and Elsewhere, in 1857 and 1858 (1858) Samuel Irenaeus Prime, 250pp., 6x9 pb., with notes by Robert Alan Balaicius, 16.50 + P&H. 1-58840-568-0
An amazing book. It incredibly shows the moving of the Spirit among our people. Why does this not happen today? Partly because the majority in society are not our people... but also because God's people (even those who seem to know the truth) don't care. They are more concerned with watching tv, movies, or criminals playing with a ball, than our God or their responsibility before Him or the state of our nation. They are passive spectators. They don't read, don't care, don't share.
Ordinary businessmen got together for prayer during their lunch hour... in one church, and God answered their prayers in miraculous ways, people were converted without any hype, any emotionalism, it spread to churches throughout the nation. People prayed for were converted on the other side of the nation while they were prayed for; unconverted people felt drawn to sit in these services, which rarely had a sermon preached; they sang a hymn, read a Scripture, took prayer requests, and prayed. In many places where the spirit was moving, people who were vile sinners who never attended a meeting felt led to start family worship in their own houses, having never done so before, and were converted in the process once the Holy Spirit convicted them of their sin. Truly an amazing book.
If people have no desire to study our heritage they cannot preserve it; their children and grandchildren will turn from it or squander it. I reprint SCORES of books on the Reformers, the Reformation, the Reformed Faith, the Puritans, and true revival of our people (not emotional hillbilly revival meetings or annually scheduled "revival meetings" by dead denominations who merely go through the motions).
This is a powerful book. If our people CARED we could do this today. Why does not God answer prayer? because His people are merely giving lip service, then going back to watching criminals play with a ball; and God does not hear prayers of those who are in sin (and it does not matter whether the sin is great or small; sin is sin in God's Eyes, though man draws artificial make-believe distinctions).
If you want power with God, does it not behoove you to read and learn about those who did have power with God? How else do you then plan on doing what they did (or do you not care that our nation and all of Christendom is about to be lost?). Without knowing what they accomplished, how can you even have faith in what can be done?
- Protestant Reformation Pioneers: John Hus: The Martyr of Bohemia - A Study of the Dawn of Protestantism (1915) W. N. Schwarze, Ph.D., D.D. 152pp., Martin Luther (1897), Gustav Freytag (famous German novelist, professor), 130pp., John Calvin (1868), Francois Guizot (French historian & Prime Minister), 160pp., 3 books in 1; illustrated & biographies/photo of 2 authors added by Modern Publisher; 498pp., 26.00 + P&H.
- Protestant Reformation Pioneers: John Knox and the Scottish Reformation (1895) G. Barnett Smith, 160pp., William Tyndale and the Translation of the English Bible (1899) G. Barnett Smith, 160pp. & Patrick Hamilton: First Scottish Martyr of the Reformation (1929) Alexander Cameron, 100pp., 3 books in 1 paperback, 436pp., 24.00 + P&H.
- Puritan Pronaos: Intellectual Life of new England in the Seventeeth Century (1936) Morison, 281pp., to which has been added Paul Revere’s Own Account of His Midnight Ride - April 18-19, 1775, with a Short Account of His Life by Morison, 12pp., 6x9, pb., [to be published if enough interest; inquire.]
- Reformation Collection #1: Heroes of the Reformation (c.1900) F.G. Llewellin, 120pp., (Wycliffe, Luther, Calvin, Tyndale, Latimer, Cranmer); The Tudor Sovereigns and the Reformation (c.1938) F G Llewellin, 138pp.; Protestant Martyrs Under Mary Tudor: Their Lives and Their Memorials (1956) Protestant Truth Society, 120pp.; plastic comb bound, 428pp., 22.00 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #2: The Reformation and the Bible (c.1940) F.G. Llewellin, 48pp.; The Early British Church and the Roman Occupation of Britain (c.1900) 135pp.; Faithful Unto Death: The Martyrs of East Anglia (1937), Philip H. Rand, 50pp., Short History of the Reformation (1954) Protestant Truth Society, 80pp.; Through Fiery Trials (1955) Raymond H Belton, 61pp., (1. The Protestant Reformation; 2. The Morning Star of the Reformation; 3. William J. Tyndale; 4. Henry VIII. and the Great Bible; 5. Edward VI--the English Josiah; 6. Mary--the Reign of the Stake; 7. Bishop Bonner and some Protestant Martyrs; 8. Thomas Cranmer and others; 9. George Tankerfield, the St. Albans martyr; 10. John Foxe, the martyrs' historian; 11. Was it worth it?); The Waldenses (no author), 16pp.; plastic comb bound, c.400pp., 20.00 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #3: Antichrist: Is He Here? or Is He To Come?, Protestant Truth Soc., with notes from Grattan Guinness and also from Alexander Hislop’s “Two Babylons” 15pp.; Can Roman Catholics Be Loyal to Both America and the Vatican? (1958), Hulen L. Jackson, 8pp.; The Cross: Its History, Meaning, and Use (c.1918), Baron Porcelli, 16pp.; The Lord’s Table, and not the Altar (1875) Bishop George David Cummins, D.D., First Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church, 18pp.; Transubstantiation, by Rev. Tudor Rogers, Protestant Truth Soc., London, 8pp.; Why Millions do not call the Pope “Holy Father”: The Protestant Reply, by J. B. Rowell (Canada), 44pp., Dunham Publishing Co, Findlay, Ohio; What Do We Owe to the Reformation? (1927) John Charles Ryle, 32pp.; Why Were Our Reformers Burned? (1927) John Charles Ryle, 55pp.; plastic comb bound, c.244pp., 15.50 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #4: The American Papacy (1886) Elder A. T. Jones, 15pp.; Anglo-Catholics: Are They Loyal Churchmen? (1920) Rev. F.G. Llewellin, 46pp.; Anglo-Catholicism (A Review) (1930) Rev. F.G. Llewellin, The Protestant Truth Society, 126pp.; The Faith of A Protestant (1955) W. C. G. Proctor, 73pp.; The Oxford Movement: A Counterblast (1933) Avary Holmes Forbes, 56pp.; The Phantom of Reunion: Some Aspects of the Anglo-Catholic Movement, W. Dunbar McConnell, The Protestant Truth Society, 40pp.; Protestantism: Its Fundamental Basis, R. Mercer Williams, 30pp.; The Romanizing Movement in the Church of England (1917) Charles Adamson Salmond, Protestant Truth Society, 40pp.; plastic comb bound, c.456pp., 22.50 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #5: Christ Our One and Only Priest: Evidence of Translation Error in Rome's Douai Bible (1955) Rev. Duncan McDougall, M.A., 15pp.; The Claims of Rome (1896) Samuel Smith, 80pp.; Is There a Roman Catholic Church? —An Excursus in Scholastic Theology (1891) Henry Charles Lea, LL.D., 15pp.; Is Romanism in the Bible: One Hundred Questions which Roman Catholics Cannot Answer, Stephen L. Testa, Scripture Truth Society, 20pp.; Letters to a Roman Catholic Priest (1946) Ironside, 48pp.; The Mass, Loraine Boettner, 16pp.; The Mass vs the Lord’s Supper (1926) by Ironside, 32pp.; The Papacy: Its History & Dogmas, Leopold D. E. Smith, 48pp.; Personal Evangelism to Roman Catholics (1950) Jose Fernandez, 31pp.; The Roman Claims: A Discussion by an English Churchman (1953) C. P. S. Clarke (Canon and formerly Archdeacon of Chichester), 27pp.; Roman Claims and Bible Warrants (1902) E. J. Whately, 160pp.; plastic comb bound, c.458pp., 22.50 + P&H.
[publisher will print any plastic comb-bound title(s) in paperback with order of 20 copies.]
- The Romance of Bible Chronology: An Exposition of the Meaning, and a Demonstration of the Truth, of Every Chronological Statement Contained in the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament (1913), Volume I, “The Treatise” Anstey, 305pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H;
- The Romance of Bible Chronology: An Exposition of the Meaning, and a Demonstration of the Truth, of Every Chronological Statement Contained in the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament (1913), Volume II, “The Chart” 56pp., 8.5 x 11, pb., 14.00 + P&H (the chart does not strike me as being very significant, but I have reproduced it for those who want it; my chart Coordinated Chronological Table of the Patriarchs is about 100x more detailed and informative, but only to the Exodus).
- Secret of the Universe (1932) [later retitled Trinity in the Universe), by Nathan R. Wood, President of Gordon College of Theology, Boston, Mass., foreward by G. Campbell Morgan, 223pp., pb., 18.00 (reg. 20) + P&H. Masterfully shows God's fingerprints in His Own creation (in time, space, dimension, etc.). Halfprice for the month of January; thus 9.00 + P&H.
- The Sovereignty of God, Predestination, “Free” Will, and the Protestant Reformation; Balaicius, 192pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H. [3rd in the trilogy (1. God and Evil; 2. Does God Repent?)]
- Stories From Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1904) W. Stanley Martin, 418pp., 8.5x11, paperback, well illustrated, 30.00 + P&H. This was printed as companion volume to The Story of the Light That Never Went Out, by Martin and Cook (both rare, available nowhere else)
- Stories of Great Revivals with Contributions on Revival Work (1906) Johnson, Canon Aitken, F. B. Meyer, Holden, Gipsy Smith; c.420pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H; chapters: Evangelical Revival of 18th Century England; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Scotland; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Wales; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Ireland; Awakenings of 1858-1862 England, of 1858-1862 Scotland, of 1858-1862 Wales, of 1858-1862 The North of Ireland; Work of Moody and Sankey 1873 - 1875; 1881-1884; Revival in Wales, 1904-1905; Torry-Alexander Mission, 1903-1905.
- The Story of the Light That Never Went Out: A History of English Protestantism For Young Readers (1903) W. Stanley Martin & Augusta Cook; 586pp., 8.5x11, pb., 40.00 + P&H (written on youth level in 1903, now average non-collegiate adult level) One person who ordered this book, who is an older gentleman who has long been an avid reader, said this was one of the best and most important 5 books he has ever read. Contents: How Light Came; How Darkness Came; Parting of Ways; Venerable Bede, & Other Famous Men; England’s Greatest King; William Conqueror and Norman Period; Gathering Shadows; Midnight; England’s Bulwark, Or Foundation of Liberty Laid; Monks and Friars With Shaven Crowns; How The Lamp Was Kept Burning; Thomas Bradwardine, Man Who Trimmed the Lamp; Robert Longland, Man Who Dreamed A Dream; John Wycliffe; Lollards; Chariots of Fire; Fifteenth Century; Preparation For Reformation; How English Reformation Began; Two Great Discoveries and What Came of Them; Much-Married Monarch; William Tyndale; Martyr’s Prayer Answered; English Josiah; Dark Days; “Latimer’s Light Shall Never Go Out”; England’s Greatest Archbishop; “Of Whome The World Was Not Worthy”; Daughters of King; Lambs In The Flock Of Slaughter; Why The Martyrs Suffered; Martyr’s Memorials; John Foxe; What Might Have Been; Brighter Days; The Jesuits; “Bonnie Queen Bess”; The Invincible Armada; Martyrs or Murderers — Which?; Gunpowder, Treason and Plot; An Old Time Ritualist; The King and Parliament; “Old Noll”; Puritan England; “The Merry Monarch”; The Tinker Of Bedford; The Stuart Schemer; Bishops Of The Right Sort; The Glorious Revolution; Protestantism Ascends The Throne; The Light In The Eighteenth Century; The Victorian Era — The World’s Greatest Empire; “Thy Kingdom Come.”
- The Story of the Nations: The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro (1896), Miller, 506pp., comb-bound, 28.00 + P&H. [will print in paperback if there is enough interest; inquire.]
- The Story of the Nations: The Franks: From their Origin as a Confederacy to the Establishment of the Kingdom of France and their German Empire (1898) Lewis Sergeant, 343pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Germany (1887) Sabine Baring-Gould, 437pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Goths (1891) Bradley, 376pp, pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Normans (1886) Jewett, xvpp./373pp., Norse origins to settlement in Normandie, conquest of England, Italy, Sicily; pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Norway (1895), Hjalmar H. Boyeson, xxvpp.,/556pp.,/ivpp., plastic comb bound, 30.00 + P&H; illustrated [will print in paperback if there is enough interest; inquire.]
- [Coming Soon] The Story of the Nations: Scotland (1893) John Mackintosh, LL.D., 336pp., [inquire]
[I will also be reprinting "Story of the Nation" series on Ancient Britons, Ireland, Wales, Canada, and Australia and New Zealand (5 separate books); if anyone would be interested in any of them, let me know WHICH one(s) as it would help determine which I work on next.
The entire series is excellent, written in the late 1800s very early 1900s. I have about 18 others in the series: Bohemia, Hungary, Carthage, The Tuscan Republics (Florence, Sienna, Pisa, Lucca) with Genoa, etc. / I am also thinking of printing these if there is interest: Story of the Nations: The Crusades: The Story of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1894) Archer / Kingsford, 522pp., (by Latin Kingdom, the Roman Kingdom is what is meant).
I am also considering Heroes of the Nations Series: The Cid Campeador and the Waning of the Crescent in the West (1897) H. Butler Clarke, 382pp.; Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilization (1891) Thomas Hodgkin, 442pp., (Theodoric the Great, Ostrogothic conqueror and king of Italy, bringing in Italy's Golden Age); among others.]
- Twelve Reformation Heroes (1960), Neilson, 96pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- Waldo and the Waldensians Before the Reformation (1881) Comba, 69pp., stapleback, 8.00 + P&H.
- What’s Keeping God from Delivering America, Britain and Europe from Destruction...?, Balaicius, 112pp., pb., 9.50 + P&H.
- Who Is Responsible for the DEATH of Christendom...?; Balaicius, 21pp., 2.00 + P&H.
- Why Christendom is on the Verge of Extinction & The Cause of and Solution to All our Problems, Balaicius, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.
- Young Folks’ History of The Netherlands (Holland and Belgium), (1878) Alex. Young, 672pp., pb., 36.00 + P&H; excellent; must for all students of our history... tied to Reformation & eventually American Revolution. Highly recommended. Not on child’s level by any means; collegiate level by today’s standards.
Other More Recent Titles
- The Affinity Between the Hebrew Language and the Celtic: Being a Comparison Between Hebrew and the Gaelic Language or the Celtic of Scotland (1872), Thomas Stratton, M.D., R.N., 75pp., stapleback, 8.00 + P&H.
- Amazing Story How Archaeology Proves Bible is True (1943) Sabiers, 89pp., comb-bound, 11.50 + P&H.
- And God Spake These Words: How We Got Our Bible and Why We Believe It Is God’s Word (1926) Rev. W. H. Griffith Thomas, D.D., 127pp., 11.00 + P&H.
- Astounding New Discoveries: Thousands of Amazing FACTS Discovered Beneath the Very Surface of the Original Bible Text (1941) 80pp., 8.00 + P&H.
- Bulala: A True Story of South Africa, Cuan Elgin, [Robert Alan Balaicius, Editor, contributor] 392pp., pb., 18.38 + P&H [1838 = Day of Covenant, most special day in Afrikaner history.] gripping tale of small, brave, Christian nation born of conflict, turmoil, tragedy; love, dedication, hard work—exciting account, history of South Africa (earliest times to end of 2nd Anglo-Boer War) woven as rich tapestry into novel; exciting: cross between Shaka Zulu & Little House on Prairie.
- English Derived From Hebrew (1869) Robert Govett, 130pp., 12.00 + P&H.
- An Essay on the Antiquity of the Irish Language; Being a Collation of the Irish with the Punic Language. With a Preface Proving Ireland to be the Thule of the Ancients (1772), Liet.-Col. Charles Vallencey, LL.D., 123pp., comb-bound, 12.50 + P&H. rare.
- The Forgotten Secret (Prayer) (1906) Dawson, with Notes on Prayer, by R. A. Balaicius, 112pp., pb., 11.00 + P&H.
- The Futurist and Rapture Conspiracy: A Brief Exposé of the History of these Subversive Doctrines—and Their Biblical Refutation, Balaicius, 164pp., pb., 14.50 + P&H. Exposes new-age false doctrines not held by Reformers/great Bible leaders of early modern era.
- God Counts: Amazing Discoveries in Bible Numbers (1947), W.E. Filmer, 86pp., comb-bound 9.00 + P&H.
- The History of Ancient Caledonia [Scotland] (1870) MacLaren, 128pp., pb., 12.50 + P&H.
- How the Bible Came Down Through The Centuries —from its ancient manuscripts —to our modern printed copies (1943) Sabiers, 91pp., comb-bound, 10.50 + P&H.
- How the Church Came Down Through The Centuries (1946) Sabiers, 63pp., 5.50 + P&H.
- How We Got Our Bible (1912), J. Paterson Smyth, 152pp., comb, 14.00 + P&H.
- Just One More Chance, Lorne J. Shields / Robert Alan Balaicius, 564pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H. The story begins in Ireland and progresses like a whirlwind, which, to explain more would give away the suspense of the story. A gripping read you will not be able to put down and one of those rare books that you wish would never end. · One rash decision, a regrettable mistake, can snowball and cause a chain-reaction like an avalanche; so-far reaching one may wonder if it can be outrun even if he flees to the other side of the world. When such a brief mistake is made, as Tom McCauley finds out, it can carry you about like a beach-ball in the ocean, and all you can do is hang on for dear life and pray to God that you land safely, somewhere, eventually. · Here begins a touching story of down-to-earth people (well... most of them), often real life stories from an earlier era. A story of love and romance interwoven with cultures spanning several nations of a bye-gone era, hard work, drama, intrigue, foul-play, good versus evil, faithfulness, respect, devotion, desperation, and hope combined with real historical events. The epic story of all creation is presented in a whirl: a momentary fall from grace followed by repeated attempts at restoration, while battling a myriad of unforeseen obstacles to that goal which creep out of the past into the present like vipers from a pit that just won’t die. You will not be the same after reading this book; you may become a part of the drama itself: your heart knit with those of this story, as if they were family or dear friends. At least, that is how it affected me. Step back into the 1800s and enjoy an amazing story. . . · I cannot help but think of a paragraph penned by the eminent Charles Dickens, which shares similar sentiments with this moving, gripping, lively, fascinating story: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way — in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.” (A Tale of Two Cities) —the Editor, Adapter, and Publisher, R.A.B. A must read. could be the next Hallmark movie or miniseries
- Life Stories of Living Hymns (1943) Sabiers, 87pp., comb-bound, 11.50 + P&H.
- That Old Serpent: The Devil (1954), Huegel, 123pp., pb., 11.50 + P&H.
- Throne Life or The Highest Christian Life (1888), Rev. George B. Peck, M.D., 235pp., Peck was an associate and supporter of pastor/evangelist A.B. Simpson; 18.00 + P&H.
- A Translation of the Old Testament From the Original Hebrew (1885), Helen Spurrell (not original, “paleo-Hebrew,” but unpointed Hebrew; the first and one of the only translations undertaken by a woman; vey scholarly; VERY rare) 7.38” x 9.25”, 850pp., Hb., 110.00 + P&H.
- Translators Revived: Biographical Notes of KJV Bible Translators (c.1870), McClure, 250pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.; Hb., 22.00 + P&H. (by another publisher, while supplies last; lower quailty, budget editions)
- Translators Revived: A Biographical Memoir of the Authors of the English Version of the Holy Bible (1853) & The Conversion of Northern Europe (1853) Alexander W(ilson). M'Clure, D.D., 250pp. + 40pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H.
- The True Story of the Babylonian Captivity: A Challenge to Commentators (1904) “Lumen” (Major Jonathan Samuels), 171pp.; 20.00 + P&H. very rare [E. W. Bullinger consulted the works of Samuels for material in numerous appendices in his Companion Bible.]
- Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos, a Defence of Liberty Against Tyrants, Or, of the Lawful Power of the Prince Over the People, and of the People Over the Prince (1579 Latin; 1689 English translation; 1924 ed. in modern type-face w/ historical introduction by Harold J. Laski, and Modern Publisher’s 18-page new, illustrated Historical Introduction and Note Concerning the Author of the 1924 Historical Introduction by R.A.B.) “Stephanus Junius Brutus,” pen name for Huguenot Reformer Hubert Languet; 229pp., original + 18pp., new intro., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- Weymouth New Testament - The New Testament in Modern Speech; An Idiomatic Translation into Everyday English from the Text of the Resultant Greek Testament (1902, 3rd Ed. 1914) Richard Francis Weymouth, with notes and commentary, 734pp., enlarged 15% to 9x6 Hardback, 35.00 + P&H.
(also enjoyable / beneficial for adults)
- Bible Lessons To Nourish Growing Minds: Lessons From Nature, Balaicius, well illustrated, teaches children how to understand the Bible & apply it to daily lives through animals & nature; ages 10-adult; 8½x11, 80pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H. Endorsed by Dr. D. James Kennedy.
- Bible Lessons to Nourish Growing Minds: Psalm 37, whole chapter, verse-by-verse; Deals with heavy-duty topics (such as destruction of wicked, etc.) in a way children can handle. 8½x11 paperback, 150pp., 15.00 + P&H.
- The Lost Little Princess, Balaicius, 8½x11 stapleback, 60pp., color, laminated cover, thick, light blue paper; touching allegory, metered rhyme, beautifully illustrated, original art; each sees a story according to spiritual plane he is on; more you know, more you see; 12.00 + P&H.
Books by W. Stanley Martin (W.S.M.) (and others in the same series)
[Books on the Reformers written for youth late 1800s/early 1900s, probably average non-collegiate adult level today. Young people need to be taught the Reformers. I believe information from all these books was combined to produce Story of the Light...; see previous page for it as well as Stories from Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, by W. Stanley Martin, adapted from Foxe.]
- At The Sign of the Pelican (c.1901), Brida Walker, 100pp., comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H. [Reformation in France.]
- The Best Book of All and How It Came To Us (c.1901), Rev. F. J. Hamilton, D.D., 100pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- The Brave Boys of Derry, or, No Surrender! (1901) W.S.M., 100pp., plastic-comb-bound [Story of conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Irish town of Londonderry], 12.00 + P&H.
- Early Torch-Bearers (c.1930), W. Stanley Martin, 158pp., plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H. originally written on a youth's level, but prob. adult level today. Some Chapters—Rome Underground: City of the Dead; Rock-Written Records; Britain’s Early Torch-Bearers; John Wycliffe; The Lollards; John Huss and Jerome of Prague.
- Fireships, Fireworks and Firebrands: A Sequel To Some Famous Bonfires (1898), W. Stanley Martin, 108pp.; plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- I Will Maintain: The Story of the Glorious Revolution (c.1900) W. Stanley Martin, 68pp., 6.00 + P&H. [British War of Succession]
- Martin Luther the Hero of the Reformation Which Changed the World (c.1923) J. J. Ellis, 94pp., plastic comb-bound, 11.50 + P&H
- Martin Luther the Hero of the Reformation Which Changed the World (c.1923) J. J. Ellis, & The Story of the Man Who Fought the Giants: The Childrens’ Life of Luther (c.1900), W. Stanley Martin (2 books in 1 geared toward youth, but enjoyable to all), 220pp., paperback, 18.50.
- Rome Underground or The Testimony of the Catacombs Against the Errors of Romanism (1897) W.S. Martin, 63pp., 6.00 + P&H.
- The Story of Some Famous Bonfires or Our Bible and Our Liberties and What They Cost (1921), W. Stanley Martin, 122pp., 13.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Man Who Fought the Giants: The Childrens’ Life of Luther (c.1900), W.S.M., 120pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.50 + P&H. [also printed in paperback, 2-in-1 printed with Martin Luther: Hero of the Reformation...]
- The Tinker of Bedford and the Book that He Wrote (1901) W.S.M.; 106pp., 11.00 + P&H. [John Bunyan/Pilgrim’s Progress]
- Torchbearers of France and the Netherlands (c.1910) 160pp.; containing 2 books: The Fights and Flights of the Huguenots, by Ebenezer Wilmhurst; 88pp.; and The Story of William the Silent and Holland’s Fight for Freedom (1907) W. Stanley Martin, 72pp.; plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
- Turn or Burn: The Lewes Protestant Martyrs’ Memorial Volume (1901) W.S.M. and Rev. F. J. Hamilton; 33pp.; 8.5x11, plastic-comb-bound, 7.00 + P&H. [This one may not have been written for older youth / adults.]
- Uncle Ben’s Budget / Annual (Protestant monthly for youth, edited by William Stanley Martin); Vol. 1 (1897), 236pp., Volume 2 (1899) 284pp., and Volume 3 (1900) 288pp., of the First Series; and 8 of the Second Series (which were printed in a larger format, but smaller print; which I will expand to 8.5x11) available if there is interest; Inquire.) Strongly pro-Protestant anti-catholic. These are rare and available NOWHERE else. These & others by same author and by Nieritz are the books parents need to have their children read--not modern christian fiction! Inquire if interested.
[By different original authors / publishers, not by Martin]
- Stories of the Covenanters in Scotland (1859), Robert Pollok, 328pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H. written on a youth level and probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy, various authors; foreward by D’Aubinge, 300pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H. written on youth level; probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- Stories of the Reformation in Germany and England with a Child’s Life of Luther (1860) Johns, 350pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H. written on a youth level and are probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- Torchbearers Amid Alpine Snows [History of Vaudois/ Waldensians] (c.1938), C. C. Dobson, 192pp., combbound, 16.00 + P&H. written on a youth level, probably average non-collegiate adult level today.
Older List of Titles
- Aaron’s Rod Blossoming (1646), George Gillespie (minister at Edinburgh) 7.25 x 10.25 276pp., Hb., treatise on the Biblical view of separation of church and state; 20.00 + P&H.
- Abandoned to Christ (1955), L.E. Maxwell, 248pp., comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
- Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible (1902), W.H. Bates, 132pp., comb-bound., 15.00 + P&H.
- America: A Christian Nation (1905), Assistant Supreme Court Justice, David J. Brewer, 124pp., notes by RAB, pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- American Christian Rulers (1890), Rev. Edward J. Giddings, 650pp., Hb., 30.00 + P&H - Reprinted for first time since 1890, this newly typeset edition of biographies of nearly 200 American statesmen.
- American Political Writing During the Founding Era: 1760-1805, 2 vol., c.730p./ea. pb., set 22.00 + P&H; Hb., set 30.00 + P&H (reg. 3500) (See also: Political Sermons...)
- Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Reader (1889), Stephen Carpenter, 212pp., comb-bound, 20.00 + P&H.
- Anglo-Saxon Primer (1890), Henry Sweet,12pp./116pp./8pp., 15.00 + P&H; has some reading from Anglo-Saxon Bible, as well as A-S literature.
- The Atonement, Dr. Gordon H. Clark, 163pp., pb., 11.00 + P&H. A MUST.
- Autobiography of George Mueller, 237pp., pb., 9.00 + P&H (abridged) A MUST!
- The Bible Comes Alive (c.1924), Sir Charles Marston, xix/303/40pp., comb-bound, 25.00 + P&H. (Bible & archaeology)
- The Bible Is True: The Lessons of the 1925-1934 Excavations in Bible Lands Summarized and Explained (1934), Sir C. Marston, 300pp., comb-bound, 21.00 + P&H.
- The Biblical Doctrine of Man, Dr. Gordon H. Clark, 127pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H.
- Bondage of the Will (1525), Martin Luther, 328pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H. God is Sovereign.
- The Book of Revelation: Parts 1 & 2 (1936), A.J. Ferris, 185pp., comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H. [View of Revelation held by Reformers/early modern pillars of faith.]
- The Books of the Old and New Testament Proven to be Canonical and Their Verbal Inspiration Maintained and Established with an Account of the Introduction and the Character of the Apocrypha (1830) Robert Haldane, 176pp., Hb., 20.00 + P&H.
- Born Crucified: Cross in the Life of the Believer (1945), Maxwell, 280pp., comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
- Brave Little Holland and What She Taught Us (1894) W.E.Griffis, 252pp., pb., 17.50 + P&H. Excellent work we can learn from today.
- The British Constitution (1893), Amos Dean, 104pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- Calvin as a Theologian & Calvinism Today, B.B. Warfield, 32pp., 3.25 + P&H.
- The Celtic Church in Britain and Ireland (1902), Heinrich Zimmer (Prof. of Celtic philology at the University of Berlin), Translated by A. Meyer, xv/131pp. 14.00 + P&H.
- Children’s Edition of Touching Incidents and Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1895) S. B. Shaw, 128pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- Christianity in the United States (1888), Daniel Dorchester, 800pp., Hb., 45.00 (reg. 50.00) + P&H.
- Christian Leaders of the 18th Century (1885) Bishop J. C. Ryle, 432p. pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States: Developed in the Official and Historical Annals of the Republic (1864) Benjamin Franklin Morris, 834pp., large pb., 40.00 (reg. 57.00) or 1060pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H. + P&H; one of most powerful books on topic; feared by enemies of Christianity in the US.
- A Christian View of Men and Things, Dr. Gordon H. Clark 251pp., 10.25 x 7.25, pb., 18.00 (reg. 22.00); Hb., 25.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H. In this work he utterly demolishes the false philosophies upon which all political science has been based (from Aristotle, Rousseau, Spengler) and shows how their models are antichristian, socialist, and bound only to fail.
- The Confession of Holy Christian Faith of All Three Estates (Bohemian Confession of 1575) Translated from the Lissa Folios of the Unitas Fratrum (Moravian Church), 47pp., 4.50 + P&H.
- The Covenant Oath of Jehovah (1919) Augusta Cook, 332pp., comb-bound, intro. by Bible giant, Dr. Dinsdale T. Young, 22.00 + P&H.
- The Cross of Christ: Throne of God (1935) F. J. Huegel, 143pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.
- Crowded to Christ (1951) L.E. Maxwell, 354pp., comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- Death at Katyn (1944) 48pp., 5.00 + P&H. Thousands Polish/Lithuanian) officers murdered by Soviets WWII, buried mass grave in forest—at Nuremberg War Crimes trials Soviets blamed Germans; now proven Soviets did it, recently, Russian government confessed.
- Diggers For Facts: The Bible in the Light of Archaeology (1940), J.O. Kinnaman, Ph.D., 239pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H.
- Dinsdale Young: The Preacher - An Intimate Sketch of Dr. Dinsdale T. Young (1938), Murray, 144pp., comb-bound, 14.00 + P&H; (very rare) Very famous Methodist preacher.
- The Dooms of King Alfred (laws of England established c.890 A.D. based upon Bible/God’s Law) 58pp., 6.00 + P&H; bilinearAnglo-Saxon (Old English) and English translation.
- Evolution or Creation? (c.1930) Fleming (English physicist), 114pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- Evolution: Science Falsely So-Called (1970), Inter’l Christian Crusade, 112pp., comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- The Existence and Attributes of God (1682; 1853 ed.), Stephen Charnock (a Puritan), c.1150pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H.
- Fair Sunshine: Character Studies of Scotch Covenanters (1957), Purves, 203pp., pb., (martyrs) 12.00 + P&H.
- Faith & Freedom: Christian Roots of American Liberty, Hart, 384pp. excellent; one best books on Christian roots of U.S.; out of print, good used pb.,/Hb. copies; inquire.
- The First Germanic Bible (1891) G.H. Balg, 469pp. 8.5x11 (original size); Gothic N.T. of Wulfila (a.d. 350); w/ Gothic-English lexicon/grammar; plastic comb-bound, 32.00 + P&H.; 1st known translation of any Bible into German/English; helps establish validity of some passages “critics” claim were later interpolations (additions); sadly, only N.T. (and that fragmentary) with 1 or 2 passages of O.T. which have survived.
- The Footsteps of Divine Providence: or, The Bountiful Hand of Heaven Defraying the Expenses of Faith: Wonderfully Displayed in Erecting and Managing the Hospital at Glaucha without [outside] Halle, in the Prussian Dominions For the Education of Students in Divinity; and for the Reception, Cloathing, Feeding, and Educating of Poor Children Carried on by the instrumentality of that humble, and blessed servant of God, Augustus Herman Franck (1787) partial translation Franck’s, Segensvolle Fußstapfen (1709), 180pp., plastic comb-bound, 25.00 + P&H.
- Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1563), John Foxe, 409pp., small pb., 9.00 + P&H; Larger-size pb., 15.00 + P&H; Hb., 20.00 + P&H. A MUST; history of murders of Protestants from 1st century to 1500s.
- The Fraudulent Gospel, Smith, 168p., pb., 20.00 + P&H. Exposes World Council of Churches with ties to communism, catholic church, terrorism, etc.
- The Gate and the Cross or Pilgrim’s Progess in Romans (and Excursus and Parallelism) (1889), Rev. George B. Peck, , 182pp., plastic comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- The General History of Ireland (translated in 1841 from original Irish Language; written early 1600's), Jeoffry Keating D.D., 600pp. in 2 vol., plastic comb-bound; 50.00 + P&H. (very rare)
- Glastonbury: The Mother of Saints: Her Saints from A.D. 37 to 1539 (1927), Rev. L.S. Lewis, Vicar of Glastonbury, 108pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- God's Battalions: the Case for the Crusades (2010) Rodney Stark, 288pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H. True history of the Crusades.
- God’s Hammer: The Bible and Its Critics, Dr. Gordon H. Clark, 215pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. Every Christian needs to read this one, and his Atonement and What is the Christian Life?
- God’s Perfect Will (1901) G. Campbell Morgan, 108pp., plastic comb-bound, 10.00 + P&H.
- The Gothic History of Jordanes (1915; with Intr. & Commentary by Charles Christopher Mierow, Ph.D.) or De origine actibusque Getarum [Of the Origin and Deeds of the Goths] or [as abbreviated] Getica [Goths] [written c. a.d.550], vipp./188pp., plastic comb-bound, 15.00 + P&H.
- Grammar of the Gothic Language (1910) Joseph Wright, 383pp. [inquire]
- The Guardians of the Gate: The Serbe (1917), Rev., Maj. Laffan (Englishman of Irish or French descent), 300pp., plastic comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- Guthones (The Goths): Kinsmen of Lithuanian People (1929) Alexander Rackus, M.D.; 432pp., left page is in English/right page is in Lithuanian; list of words in Gothic and Lithuanian (and English) to show relation; plastic comb-bound, 26.00 + P&H.
- Historians’ History of the World: Scandinavia (1904) Henry Smith Williams, 519pp.+, pb., 7.3x9.25; excellent overall coverage; illustrated; 40.00 + P&H. Norway, Denmark, Sweden, (with brief info on Iceland, Greenland, and Finland).
- Historians’ History of the World: Switzerland (1904) Henry Smith Williams, 248pp., 7.3 x 9.25; excellent overall coverage; illustrated; 24.00 + P&H.
- Historical Outlines on Lithuania (1921) Hertmanowicz, 43pp., stapleback, rare book; modern publisher added extra photos of famous Lithuanians, 6.00 + P&H.
- Historic Background and Annals of The Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and of Their Remote Ancestors, From the Middle of the Dark Ages, Down to the Time of the Revolutionary War (1917), H. Frank Eshleman, 392pp., [Inquire]
- Historical Traditions and facts Relating to Ancient Gwent or Siluria: Part 1: Prehistoric and Roman Periods (1897) W. N. Johns, 166pp., plastic comb-bound. Very rare. 16.00 + P&H; Part 2: The Saxon Period, 16.00 + P&H; Part 3: Norman and Early English Period, 16.00 + P&H. [This was a total of in 6 Parts, the other 3 being: Part 4: Edward III. To Mary; Part 5: Temp. Elizabeth To Charles I; Part 6: The Church During the Puritan Period.] [part 1 is done; others will be prepared upon first order.]
- The History of the Anglo-Saxons (1841) Sharon Turner (he was a London attorney), complete set in 2 volumes, 1,284pp., plastic comb-bound, 70.00 + P&H; Excellent Book! the classic/definitive work on topic.
- The History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1867; 1885 ed.), Martin Haverty; plastic comb bound in 2 vol., 8.5x11 (original size), 1,162pp., many nice illustrations, additional chapters on Celtic literature & geography of major counties of Ireland (not in 1867 ed.) 85.00 + P&H;)] This is not “The Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, by the Four Masters” (7 vols./4,000pp. rare & very expensive). Haverty drew directly from The Annals..., gleaning most relevant; and from modern editors of The Annals... (Dr. O’Donovan, Professor Eugene Curry, The Rev C.P. Meehan, Dr. R.R. Madden, and other eminent scholars). Haverty’s is considered finest work on Irish History. The entire text is in tact, however, the last 6 pages of the index in the back are missing, as are 1 or 2 minor pages of illustrations that are not pertinent to the text; also contains a short history of “The Annals...” & brief biography of The Four Masters, editors & translators (& photos), Haverty, & others who wrote classic works on the history of Ireland (such as Geoffrey Keating, Villanueva, etc.) written and compiled by modern publisher.
- The History of the Northmen or Danes and Normans, From the Earliest Times to the Conquest of England by William of Normandy (1831), H. Wheaton, 367pp,. plastic comb-bound, 22.00 + P&H.
- The History of Providence: As Manifested in Scripture (c.1888) Alexander Carson, (c. 1776-1849; Ireland), 242pp., 17.00 + P&H.
- History of the Reformed Church, Dutch; The Reformed Church, German and the Moravian Church in the United States (1895) Corwin/Dubbs/Hamilton, 548pp., pb., 43.00 + P&H.
- History of the Rise of the Huguenots of France (1895), Henry Baird, 2 volumes, 1127pp., with 26pp. of index; 2 volume set plastic comb-bound 8.5x11 2x2 xerox, 60.00 + P&H; pb., 92.00 (reg. 96.00) + P&H; Hb., 110.00 (reg. 126.00) + P&H.
- History of Scandinavia: Denmark, Sweden, and Norway (1839), S. A. Dunham, Vol. 1, 328pp., (covers from earliest times to c. a.d.1020.), comb-bound, 22.00 + P&H.
- The History of the Swedes (1832-36 in Swedish), E. G. Geijer; from Swedish by G. H. Turner, ESQ., M.A. (c.1845); earliest times to 1654 ascension of Charles X.; xvi.pp.,/348pp., 8.5x11, plastic comb-bound, 30.00 + P&H; landmark text on the topic.
- History of the Wars (Books V. & VI.): The Gothic War, Procopius, written c. a.d. 460. by Procopius, an attache of (Germanic) Roman General Belisarius. re-typeset, c.230pp., & (Books III. & IV.): The Vandalic War, re-typeset, c.230pp.,; 2 volume set, 30.00 + P&H.
- Hosea: The Heart & Holiness of God (1934), G. Campbell Morgan, 159pp., plastic comb bound, 12.00 + P&H
- How Life Began, Heinze, 158pp., pb., 8.50 + P&H. easy to understand, easily refutes evolution.
- The Huguenots or Reformed French Church (1870), Foote 627pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H (reg 45.00).
- Human Cost of Soviet Communism, Prepared at Request of Sen. T. Dodd for Subcom. to Investigate Administration of Internal Security Act and other Internal Security Laws of Committee on Judiciary U.S. Senate, 1971, 40pp., 5.00 + P&H. (180 million European Christians murdered by Bolshevism)
- The Incarnation, Dr. Gordon H. Clark, 91pp., pb., 9.00 + P&H.
- In the Day of Thy Power: The Scriptural Principles of Revival, Arthur Wallis, 297pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. This is a book on God moving in His Spirit to bring them to repentance, not a book about “revival meetings.” An incredible book.
- Josyp Terelya: Witness To Apparitions and Persecution in the USSR: An Autobiography, 344pp., pb. [Inquire.] Despite Catholicism, an excellent picture of the Soviet takeover of Ukraine & plan of dechristianizing the nation & corrupting the people, especially youth.
- Lancelot Andrewes (1952) Florence Higham, 128pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H. [Bishop Andrewes (1555-1626), Bible and language scholar, headed the translation of the King James Bible.]
- The Law of Liberty in the Spiritual Life (1910), Evan H. Hopkins (one of founders of Keswick Convention & 1st editor of Life of Faith), 128pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- The Law of the Lord: The Common Law (1928), Goard, 130pp., comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- Lex Rex (1644), Rutherford, 340p., Hb., (framers of Constitution drew idea “consent of governed” from here; rulers have authority from God, through people, only when rulers obey God), 22.00 + P&H.
- The Life of David Livingstone (1888), Worcester, 127pp., comb-bound, illustrated, 9.00 + P&H.
- Lithuania: Awakening of a Nation (1924) Age Meyer Benedictsen, translated from the Danish, 248pp., 8.5 x 7, pb., 24.00 + P&H. Rare book.
- Lithuania: European Adam (translated from the German into English in 1979), by the Swiss scholar Dr. Joseph Ehret, 51pp., stapleback, 5.00 + P&H.
- Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence (Southern Classics Series), Heros von Borcke (a huge Prussian who carried a large broadsword and struck fear into the hearts of the enemy), 464pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Memorial-Days of the Renewed Church of the Brethren (1895), 232pp., pb., 25.75 + P&H. [Moravian Brethen, not to be confused with Plymouth Brethren.]
- Moses: The Economist (1947) C. F. Parker, 93pp., comb-bound, 11.00 + P&H.
- Narrative of A Revolutionary Soldier: Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and Suffering of Joseph Plumb Martin (Previously titled Private Yankee Doodle), 260pp., mm-pb. (Signet) 7.00 + P&H.
- New Knowledge About Old Testament (1933) Marston, 182pp., comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- The New Life: Talks With Christians on Practical Victory (1932) Captain Reginald Wallis, & The New Life Clarified (complementary and corrective supplemental notes), R. A. Balaicius; 140pp, comb-bound, 13.00 + P&H.
- The New Walk (1939) Captain Reginald Wallis, & The New Walk Clarified (complementary and corrective supplemental notes), Robert Alan Balaicius; 120pp, comb-bound, 11.00 + P&H.
- Norway (1889) Sigvart Sörensen, 353pp., plastic comb-bound, computer-enhanced, facsimile reprint; 20.00 + P&H. Very good history, divided according to the rules of its kings.
- The Origin of Mankind Viewed from the Standpoint of Revelation and Research (1935) 160pp., plastic comb-bound, Sir Ambrose Fleming (eminent physicist), 14.00 + P&H.
- Origins of the Common Law (1966), Hoague, 272pp., Hb., 20.00 + P&H; pb., 10.00 + P&H.
- Our Aryan Ancestors: The World’s Historical People (1935), Fleming Howell, M.D., 421pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H; very rare book, (covers: Aryans in general, Celts, Cymri, Teutons, Slavs, as well as Afghans, Hindoos, Medes, Persians) very detailed study.
- Outline Studies in The Covenants of The Bible (c.1930) Dr., Rev. James S. McGaw (Scottish Covenant minister and leader); with added biographical info and photo 100pp., 8.5" x 7" pb., 14.00 + P&H. Modern Publisher’s Preface to the Reader; Introductory; Edenic; Fallen Man; Noahic; Abrahamic; Jacobic; Blessings Upon Joseph; Health; Sinaitic; Covenant of Marvels; Phinehas; Palestinian; Davidic; The New; The Covenant of Peace.
- The Persecutor (1973), Sergei Kourdakov; Russian Secret Police Officer; job was to beat & torture Christians; he was converted to Christ, jumped ship off North American Coast, defected to America, began speaking against communism; he later died “while cleaning his gun” (assassinated). Out of print, good used copies available. A must. [Inquire]
- Political Sermons of the American Founding Era, 1730-1805, 2-vol., 1779pp., Hb., set 30.00 + P&H. (reg. 35.00); pb., set 22.00 + P&H. (See also: American Political Writings...)
- The Post-Captivity Names of Israel, (1934) Goard, 128p., pb., 10.00 + P&H.
- Prevailing Prayer: What Hinders It? (1884), D.L. Moody, 126pp., plastic comb-bound, 11.00 + P&H.
- Relations Between Ancient Russia and Scandinavia & Origin of Russian State (1877), Vilhem Thomsen, 150pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.
- Robert Murray McCheyne (1913) Alexander Smellie, D.D., 232pp., plastic comb-bound, 20.00 + P&H. (very rare original/unabridged edition)
- The Russian Primary Chronicle (12th Cent. by Nestor(ius)/Chronicle of Nestor/Nestorius/Laurentian Text); transl. 1930 by Cross; 245pp., comb-bound, 22.00 + P&H.
- Sacred Truth Expository Commentary The Gospel of John 18-21: Passover, The Betrayal, Arrest, Jewish & Roman Trials, Crucifiction, Resurrection, Post-Resurrection, & Ascension of our Lord, and Pentecost, with a Harmony of the Gospels, the Making of the Apostle Peter, and the Intricate Depth of Irony Revealed, Balaicius, 800pp., pb. 40.00 + P&H. Many mysteries revealed no other commentator has uncovered, deep spiritual truth, harmonization of Gospels, several charts, shows relation of half of disciples to Christ, Christ’s genealogy, consultation of 60 other commentaries distilling their best valid thoughts, and much more; hard to put down; incredible depth and insight. Author’s magnum opus.
- Saint Joseph of Arimathea of Glastonbury or Apostolic Church of Britain (1927), Rev. Lionel Smithett Lewis, 54pp., 8.00 + P&H.
- St. Paul in Britain (1860), Morgan, 128pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- St. Paul & Britain (1910), Edwin Wilmshurts, 18pp., 2.00 + P&H.
- The Secret History of the Oxford Movement (1898), Walter Walsh, 480pp., pb., 34.00 + P&H (reg. 38.00); Hb., 47.00 + P&H (reg. 53.00) The Oxford Movement was a ‘scholarly” confederation at Oxford University, a method by which the Catholic church infiltrated the Protestant Church and sought to undermine the work of the Reformation.
- The Secret Holocaust, Mullins, 34pp., 4.00 + P&H. (against European Christians). A MUST for those who don’t know this; see also Human Cost of Soviet...; 66 MILLION Christians exterminated by Bolshevism.
- Seventy Years in Archaeology (1932) Prof. Sayce, 364pp., plastic-comb-bound, (actually 307 book pages and many pages of photos with blank page on the other side, which were not numbered in the book). 25.00 + P&H.
- Six Old English Chronicles (Ethewerd’s Chronicle, Asser’s Life of Alfred, Geoffrey of Monmouth’s British History, Gildas, Nennius, and Richard of Cirencester) (1848), J.A. Giles, editor; 512pp., comb-bound, 30.00 + P&H.
- Sketches From Slovak History (1930) Skulteny, 229pp., comb-bound, 20.00 + P&H.
- The Slovaks: Their History and Traditions (1947) Yurchak, 299pp., comb, 24.00 + P&H.
- The Slovenes: A Social History: From the Earliest Times to 1910 (1911) Dragotin Loncar, translated by Anthony Klancar (1939), 77pp.; very rare; 7.00 + P&H.
- Soviet Evidence at Katyn: Document USSR-54 at Nuremberg, 48pp., 7.00 + P&H. (see Death at Katyn) imported
- The Story of the Aitken Bible: The Bible of the Revolution & a Brief Biography of Rev. Francis Allison, 24pp., 2.50 + P&H.
- Time is the Ally of Deceit, Richard Rives (also Too Long in the Sun), 260pp., pb.; 18.00 + P&H. Traces abandonment of true Biblical Christianity resulting in a paganized form of Christianity.
- To Heal A Nation, 186pp. plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H. Repentence for our sins and obedience to God’s Ways is the only answer for our nation.
- Too Long In The Sun (1996) Richard Rives, 256pp., (traces sun worship from time of Tower of Babel (Chaldaen mysteries) through history to present date and influences upon present day “Christianity”) Sunday, Christmas, Easter, Romanism, Paganism in modern church; 18.00 + P&H. (Rives is partner and successor to Ron Wyatt’s archaeological research; see DVD section)
- Tortured For His Faith, Popov (Roumanian pastor suffered 18 years imprisonment/torture behind iron curtain) 146pp., pb., 8.00 + P&H.
- Uncovering the Mysteries of Your Hidden Inheritance, Balaicius, 6x9, 192 pages; Illustrated; pb., 16.00 + P&H; Hb., 26.00 + P&H. Bible history and prophecy are real; not mythology or fable; without understanding who you are and without understanding God’s Plan, there is no way you can know what God requires or how you are supposed to fit in that plan; if you don’t understand Bible History, you cannot understand Bible Prophecy. This book holds the key that unlocks the truth of the Scriptures; translated into Danish and Afrikaans and parts into Dutch and Slovak and it is being translated into Polish. This book is the one to start with. It will explain the Scriptures/history/prophecy.
- Vanishing Proofs of Evolution, Heinze, 94pp., pb., 7.00 + P&H. easy to understand, easily refutes evolution.
- The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success, Stark, Hb. 281pp., 26.00 + P&H; pb., 304pp., 16.00 + P&H. excellent book...
- War Is A Racket (1933) Maj.-Gen. Smedley Butler (who profits from war?) 36pp., retype-set w/ photos and brief biography of Butler, 4.00 + P&H.
- We Have a Guardian, W. B. Grant, 64pp., (God’s Divine intervention on the behalf of Britain in war), 8.00 + P&H.
- What is the Christian Life?, Dr. Gordon H. Clark 342pp., pb., 13.00 (which combines in this new printing/title, his two works Sanctification and Today’s Evangelism: Counterfeit or Genuine?)
- Wherein Have We Robbed God? Malachi's Message to the Men of Today (1898), G. Campbell Morgan, 131pp., plastic comb-bound, computer-enhanced, 12.00 + P&H.
- The Whole Tithe: A Study in Systematic Giving, Historical and Practical (1920) & All Thine Increase (1935) P. W. Thompson, 412pp. (2 books in 1), plastic comb-bound, 24.00 + P&H.
- Your Church Their Target (1966), by Kenneth W. Ingwalson (editor) being a collection of treatises by Harry R. Butman, Irving E. Howard, Kenneth Ingwalson, Howard E Kershner, James DeForest Murch, Edmund A. Opitz, Herman Otten, Herbert A Philbeck, Charles S Poling, G. Aiken Taylor, Wilbur G Williams, Rousas John Rushdoony, T. Robert Ingram, etc. 275pp, 2x2 xerox, comb-bound 1200 + P&H.
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