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50 Christian Books: Scripture History Theology Spirituality and Fiction - cover

50 Christian Books: Scripture History Theology Spirituality and Fiction

Pope Gregory I, Dante, Saint Augustine, Martin Luther, Friedrich Nietzsche, Thomas Paine, Leo Tolstoy, Athanasius of Alexandria, Gregory of Nyssa, Basil the Great, John of Damascus, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Thomas à Kempis, St Teresa of Ávila, Brother Lawrence, David Hume, Ludwig Feuerbach, Charles Spurgeon, Andrew Murray, G.K. Chesterton, Arthur Pink, John Milton, John Bunyan, Voltaire Voltaire, Lew Wallace, Henryk Sienkiewicz, Charles M. Sheldon, Henry Van Dyke, Grace Livingston Hill, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ralph Waldo Emerson, H. Emilie Cady, James Allen, Prentice Mulford, Florence Scovel

Translator George Eliot, Thomas Carlyle, Constance Garnett, Philip Schaff, Jeremiah Curtin, Alexander Walker, Benedict Zimmerman, William Benham, Helen Zimmern, Thomas Common, James Donaldson, R. S. Grignon, John Wycliffe, Alexander Roberts, Andrew Rutherfurd

Publisher: e-artnow

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e-artnow presents to you this unique Christianity collection with carefully picked out religious works from the earliest times to modern days, showing the development of Christian religion and spirituality. 
First Clement
Second Clement
Epistle of Barnabas
Shepherd of Hermas
The Infancy Gospel of Thomas
Apocalypse of Peter
History of the Christian Church (Philip Schaff)
Creeds of Christendom (Philip Schaff)
Philosophy of Religion:
The Confessions of St. Augustine
On the Incarnation (Athanasius)
On the Soul and the Resurrection (Gregory of Nyssa)
On the Holy Spirit (Basil)
Pastoral Care (Gregory I)
An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith (John of Damascus)
Summa Theologica (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
The Imitation of Christ (Thomas à Kempis)
A Treatise on Christian Liberty (Martin Luther)
The Interior Castle (St. Teresa of Ávila)
The Practice of the Presence of God (Brother Lawrence)
The Age of Reason (Thomas Paine)
The Natural History of Religion (David Hume)
The Religious Affections (Jonathan Edwards)
The Essence of Christianity (Ludwig Feuerbach)
Beyond Good and Evil (Nietzsche)
All of Grace (Charles Spurgeon)
Humility (Andrew Murray)
Orthodoxy (Chesterton)
The Everlasting Man (Chesterton)
The Sovereignty of God (Arthur Pink)
The Kingdom of God Is Within You (Tolstoy)
Religious Fiction:
Divine Comedy (Dante)
Paradise Lost (John Milton)
The Pilgrim's Progress (John Bunyan)
Zadig (Voltaire)
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (Lew Wallace)
Quo Vadis (Henryk Sienkiewicz)
In His Steps (Charles M. Sheldon)
The Story of the Other Wise Man (Henry Van Dyke)
The Ball and the Cross (Chesterton)
The Enchanted Barn (Grace Livingston Hill)
The Grand Inquisitor (Dostoevsky
Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (Goethe)
Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Nietzsche)
The Conduct of Life (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Lessons in Truth (H. Emilie Cady)
As a Man Thinketh (James Allen)
Thoughts are Things (Prentice Mulford)
The Game of Life and How to Play It (Florence Scovel Shinn)
Available since: 03/31/2021.

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