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The Ransom (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 2), Ammerman, Mark
The Ransom (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 2)
Ammerman, Mark
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Letters to Barbara
Meeter, Glenn
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The Calling of Dan Mattnews, Wright, Harold Bell
The Calling of Dan Mattnews
Wright, Harold Bell
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The Ransom (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 2), Ammerman, Mark
1 Ammerman, Mark The Ransom (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 2)
0889651353 / 9780889651357; Some cried War! And spilled the blood of man upon the soil. Some preached Peace, and begged the blood of God upon the soul. "Most of the people you will meet in these pages are real people whose stories were first told in the journals, diaries, pamphlets, books, and town records of the 17th century New England colonists The culture of the New England Indian and the New England colonist is widely documented - I have tried very hard to walk in the moccasins of the one and the shoes of the other, thinking their thoughts and speaking their hearts. I found that my own conception of both the Indian and the Puritan had been skewed by Hollywood and Hawthorne, and that the actual record tells us a tale far more complicated and fascinating. Through a dark glass we can still see it. " Mark Ammerman 392 pages including bibliography, glossary of terms, and historical notes. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Horizon Books
Camp Hill, Pa, U. S. A., 1997, First Edition
Trade Paperback
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000783; 
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2 Meeter, Glenn Letters to Barbara
0802835570 / 9780802835574; This book, the first for this author, presents the struggle of an ethnic and religious minority to come to terms with life in modern American in the late fifties. The tone of this book is gentle and compassionate throughout, revealing finally the authors keen appreciation for what is human. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Eerdman's Publishing Co.
Grand Rapids, MI, 1981, First Edition
Hardcover
Fine in Fine dust jacket


000283; 
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3 Redfield, James The Celestine Prophecy : an Adventure
044651862X / 9780446518628; In the rain forests of Peru, an ancient manuscript has been discovered. Within its pages are 9 key insights in life itsef - insights each human being is predicted to grasp sequentialy, one insight then another, as we move toward a completely spiritual culture on Earth. The DJ had rubbing on the front. 246 pages, no marks or tears. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Warner Books, Incorporated
New York, Ny, U. S. A., 1994, 
Hardcover
Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


001139; 
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As We Forgive, Vandenberg, Frank
4 Vandenberg, Frank As We Forgive
The plot of this story is unusual. The theme is a basic love that outlived long years of separation, suffering, and loneliness though it was hidden, stifled, and crushed. Herman and Jan were brought up in a Christian orphanage and then left to their own resources out in the world. They both became soldiers of fortune and went to the Dutch East Indies. Jan later came to America and met Kathryn and was engaged to her. While away at the Spanish-American war Kathryn married his rival. That left a dreadful hurt. After a series of world adventures he returned again to America and received some important news which ended in forgiveness, reconciliation and joy. Best of all were the spiritual blessings which resulted from it. This book shows the importance of a Christian education, implanting the truths of the Gospel in the hearts of the young. 160 pages, jacket has minor chips to the top and spine head. 5 1/4" x 7 3/4" tall
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Grand Rapids, MI, 1946, 
Hardcover
Fine in Very Good dust jacket


003414; 
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The Calling of Dan Mattnews, Wright, Harold Bell
5 Wright, Harold Bell The Calling of Dan Mattnews
The main point of this novel is that a man who cannot reckon his life worth it's face value is to be untrue to his own heart and soul convictions. Harold B. Wright served as pastor of a Christian Church in Missouri from 1905 to early 1907. He then accepted an invitation to pastor a Christian Church in California. But before the end of the year Wright had left the ministry for good. He decides to go into business rather than to pursue the ministry and immediately he began work on this story of a young preacher who courts a woman. This book is largely autobiographical: Dan Matthews, the hero of the book, leaves pastoral ministry to be true to himself, although he was asked to leave his pastorate at the request of the elders of the church. Corners and spine ends of the burgundy cover are lightly worn. There is an ink stamp on the inside cover, ffep, and Table of Contents pages from a library in 1910. The date is included; on the back free end paper there is a portion of (I think) the jacket pasted in that describes this book. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
The Book Supply Co.
Chicago, IL, 1909, First Edition
Hardcover
Near Fine with no dust jacket

Illustrated by Keller, Arthur I.; 
003971; 
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