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  • Christian Horror: On the Compatibility of a Biblical Worldview with the Horror Genre

    by Mike Duran
    To most, the term "Christian horror" probably seems like an oxymoron. Nevertheless, there are very good arguments to be made that "horror" is an eminently biblical genre and that Christian artists should be at the forefront of reclaiming it. In this work, novelist Mike Duran explores the Judeo-Christian roots of contemporary horror, the religious themes that frame much of the horror art, and how evangelical culture has come to distance itself from such a potentially rich and powerful medium. Dur... more
  • Nostradamus Predictions and World War 3 in the Year 2025

    by Ken Bist

    Nostradamus considers WW 3 to be the most imortant event in World History. This is not only due to the large loss of life during WW3, but also due to the negative changes to the environment which will last decades. It is these negative changes to the environment that will cause the death of billions of people following WW 3. 

    Nostradamus also predicts a military coalition between Russia and China, that will last a few years prior to WW 3.



  • God vs. The Universe: Essays on Religions, Spirituality and More

    by Mukesh Prasad
    A rationalist overview of world religions (includes Christianity, Islam and Hinduism) and modern thoughts. Presents rational explanations of how Christianity converted the Roman Empire and how Islam conquered the Middle East.
  • Public Schools - The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History

    by Jim Blockey
    Sending our children to public school is equivalent to the worst form of child abuse; we disable our children by enabling them, allowing them to run havoc through the hallways of our schools all in the name of self-esteem. Until we revert back to focusing on the drop-in rate rather than the drop-out rate of schools, our children are doomed to a mediocre existence. “Public Schools - The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History” is a book that reveals what is really taking place in our clas... more
  • The Idolatry of Belief

    by Jim Byrd
    The Idolatry of Belief is a short book consisting of five interrelateed essays on the subject of religion in postmodernity. The ultimate aim of the book is to reimagine religion in a future without faith, and to introduce a new way of being religious: Radical Orthopraxy.
  • My Dad Used to Say: The Philosophy of Common Sense

  • RSVP from Heaven

    by Marie Saint-Louis
    ARE YOU READY TO JOIN US? THE SPIRITS HAVE ARRIVED. This is the true story of psychic medium Marie Saint-Louis as she shares guidance with those searching for answers regarding life’s important questions. Along with powerful healing messages from loved ones that passed away, she shares remarkable details which can only be verified by those who come to her. Told in a down to earth and often intimate style, RSVP from Heaven is filled with memorable scenes from the most remarkable parties an... more
  • Ruc's Retail Store Guide Book: What All Consumers Need to Save Money and Shop Smarter

    by Roxana U. Chikezie

    Never go shopping unprepared again!

    Whether you hate it or you love it, shopping is an unavoidable task.

    RUC's Retail Store Guide Book has everything you need for a smooth shopping experience--from groceries to clothing to high-end luxury items.

    Fifty of the nation's top retailers are listed for your convenience.

    Included under each store are:

        Store Hours
        Merchandise/Services Offered
        Gift ... more

  • Businessman First: Remembering Henry G. Parks, Jr. 1916-1989 Capturing the Life of a Businessman Who Was African American a Biog

    by Maurice Dorsey
    This is a true story of a businessman who was African American who with no money to start a business, navigated the free business enterprise system and became the first African American to issue stock pubically on the New York Stock Exchange. The story tell how this was achieved with family history included. The backdrop of the story is the civil rights movement of the 50's, 60's, and 70's. The story is told by his friend who is 30 years younger. They both lead a gay lives.
  • Your Dream Job: Use Dating Secrets to Get Hired and Build a Career You Love

    by Dom Bokich
    In this provocative book, career expert Dom Bokich explores the similarities between the job search and dating. Both involve looking online for your perfect match or being set up by your friends. After that you'll need a great icebreaker to score an interview. When you meet face-to-face, you'll dress up, tell your best stories, and ask good questions. Your Dream Job takes you step-by-step through the hiring process and shares insider secrets on how to find a job you love! You'll learn: ... more
  • Bridging the Gap: A Simple Guide to College

    by Chelsea L. Dixon
    Do you want to go to college but don’t know how to start the planning process? Bridging the Gap: A Simple Guide to College is an easy to read, easy to follow guide that gives you the information and confidence you need to get started. Its useful and practical information will get you on the right path by providing an introductory overview of the college planning process. Inside you’ll find: chapters on financial aid, standardized tests, admissions and application process, tools, resources, helpf... more
  • Who's Going to Watch My Kids?

    by Rachel Lesser Levy
    Who’s Going To Watch My Kids? is the true story of working mom Rachel Levy Lesser’s struggles to find and hold on to a nanny for her two young children. It also includes the stories of 15 other working moms and their humorous and heartfelt nanny tales. Each mother longs to employ the modern day Mary Poppins - that perfect nanny who they soon learn doesn't exist. This book explores the unique relationships that develop between working mothers (and fathers) and the nannies and the kids they care f... more
  • Moo of Writing: How to Milk Your Potential

    by Nan Lundeen
    Moo of Writing is a unique guide that combines science and meditative wisdom. Poet and journalist Nan Lundeen inspires writers with contemporary scientific research and gentle advice based on her lifetime experience as a writer. Moo of Writing empowers new and established writers, building self-confidence, nudging them along with tips and writing exercises, and drawing on their own inner wisdom through meditation. Discover how walking ten minutes a day can jump-start creativity. Learn how holdin... more
  • Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men

    by H. Sharif Williams
    Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men is a collection of short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, personal narratives, critical essays and visual art produced by 61 cisgender and transgender bisexual, pansexual, polysexual and fluid men from the United States, Canada, Chile, India, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. This compelling anthology—which also includes a resource section—is a significant contribution to literature available about and by bisexual men and expands our understandi... more
  • Make A Killing On Kindle

    by Michael Alvear