Bookstore/Library of Bible Study Aids

List and a description of the content of reviewed, reference materials that will enhance your Bible studies.

(Search Hint: Most browsers have a "Find Word" option. Check your task bar at the top of this screen. If you have an option to "Find" then type in the word that you are interested in finding a book about. For every one of our books we supply a description of the contents, you may find what you need like that. Otherwise, we categorize them as below.)

CATEGORY LISTING :

  1. Bibles

  2. Comparisons of Biblical Versions and Biblical Mss. (Manuscripts)

  3. Languages; Concordances, Lexicons, and Transliterated Mss.

  4. Bible Dictionaries

  5. Great works by E.W. Bullinger (Biblical Mss. Scholar)

  6. Books by E. Raymond Capt (Biblical Archaeologist)

  7. Other books

  8. Suppressed Titles - hard to find truth - controversial (of course)

  9. Computer Software, Pictures and Chart books...

 
       Just click on any of the "underlined book title" (hyperlinks) below and you will be directly transferred to the distributors order page (Amazon.com), at the exact item you selected, for ease of ordering (All books are in English, and the language translation books are written for the English reading student). God bless you, and may these reference materials be a blessing to your studies.

NOTE:     We have so many more great reference books to bring to you, and we will continue to update this list. If you have run across a good, accurate reference book, please leave a message To The Editor and share it with us, we may include it in our recommended book list after reviewing it. (Please include the ISBN number if possible).


 

BIBLES:
| Back to Category Listing  |

We recommend only the King James Version Bible for two very good reasons;

1). The Strong's word numbering system in the Strong's Exhaustive Concordance (listed below) is based on the King James Version Bible (KJV) and most of the other word reference books are based on the Strong's KJV word numbers.

2). The startling omissions in the so-called easier to understand newer versions.  Below is just one of hundreds of examples of how the corrupt New International Version (the best selling Bible version today world-wide) butchers God's Word.  Here they denied the Divinity of Jesus Christ with the stroke of their pen:

The below Scripture is speaking of Adam (from the Garden of Eden) and Jesus Christ the Saviour.

Compare how the newer version attacks the Lord, look what they cut out of the Scripture; the NIV omits that Jesus is the Lord from Heaven.  This is foundational Christian belief they have tread upon!

The Time-tested and trusted King James Version:
1 Cor 15:47

47 The first man is of the earth, earthy: the second man is the Lord from heaven. (KJV)
 

The so-called "easier to understand" New International Version:
1 Cor 15:47
47 The first man was of the dust of the earth, the second man from heaven. (NIV)

This is only one example the shocking omissions in the new "easier to understand" Bible versions.  We ask this:  "Easier to understand" what?!?  Get a King James Bible version or you're spinning your wheels.  Don't worry, you can handle all the thee's thou's and thy's; it's not difficult at all.  For a detailed study including many side by side verse comparisons, see our: Adulterations in the Newer Bible Versions (NIV, NASB...); Proof that the King James Bible (KJV) is the True Word of God

 

  • King James Compact Giant Print Bible

    This particular Bible has pictures, maps, and Christ's spoken words in red type. It has read-along references in the margin which list parallel scriptures. It has a small concordance, and best of all, it has large print with plenty of room in the margins to make your own study notes. The King James Version of the Holy Bible is the only recommended Bible version to study from. Nelson Bibles; $19.79

Read-Along References®
Words of Jesus in red
Self-Pronouncing text
Concordance
8-page Full-color Family Record Section
8-page Full-color Bible Map Section
Type Size: 11.2 pt.

  • Companion Bible (Large print edition): (Highly Recommended!) The text of the King James Bible (New size, same printing plates, same content as the regular size version). This is a larger print version of the original. The same printing plates were used and the text is identical except that it is larger and easier on the eyes. Here is an invaluable reference Bible for access to vast amounts of collateral historical information. It was put together by E. W. Bullinger in the late 1800's. It contains the text of the King James Bible with a right hand column packed full of tidbits of information seldom found anywhere else. It also has 198 appendixes that are full of "must read" information. The parallel column in the Old Testament contain notes taken from the Massorah (compiled by Ginsburg, but written during the time of Ezra and Nehemiah) that are pertinent to the understanding of the Scripture. At this time the Companion Bible is the only source for the English reader of the Massoretic text. This work will help you to discover what, "Thus saith the Lord" and why. (Approx. $46) For a picture of a page {Gen 1:1-8} from the Companion Bible, go to: Companion Bible Page.
  • Holy Bible : The 1611 King James Version: This is the only word-for-word reprint of the first edition of the KJV, and is also one of the few editions that reprints the Translator's Preface to the Reader (Cambridge University Press publishes a couple of Bibles with the preface), which is alone worth the price of this volume, and the main reason I purchased it. I have also read this edition from cover to cover, and noticed a few minor changes between it and later editions (other than spelling). The only complaint I have is that there are many typos--this edition reprints the original word-for-word, including the typos. Nevertheless, it is a marvelous edition of what is still the best English translation of the Holy Scriptures, and would make a great gift for any KJV lover. (Approx. $25)
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible; The Oldest Known Bible: Editor's note: As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Review: This book is for anyone interested in the Dead Sea Scrolls. For instance, it helps clear up the debate between the 'ben Asher' text of the Artscroll Tanach (Jewish Bible) and the Hebrew Old Testament text used in the King James Bible, the 'ben Chayyim Rabbinic text' regarding Psalm 22:16: "They have pierced my hands and my feet" in KJV Bible, as opposed to "like a lion are my hands and feet" in the Artscroll Tanach. Naturally, as any Christian knows, the verse reads "have pierced" and it is a messianic prophecy (prophecy of the Messiah Jesus Christ), in where His hands and feet were to be pierced as He would be nailed to the cross 1000 years after psalm 22 was written. The Dead Sea Scrolls support the KJV Bible's "pierced." This is the first and only complete English translation of the important Biblical texts found at Qumran. This is not the complete text of the Old Testament, as the scrolls are sometimes fragmentary due to cave worms and rot. They do include the Scroll names (ie: 4QLevg ....) These texts date back a 1000 years earlier than the ones used for most English Bible Translations. Some of these texts date to 200 BC. This book will allow the lay person access to these important texts. The layout is easy to follow and the footnotes are handy for anyone needing to compare variant ancient readings. In addition to the books found in the Hebrew Bible, some other texts that were held in high regard at Qumran are in the book, these contain some dangerous concepts and should be read with caution. 2000 years old. Hardcover - 649 pages (December 1999) Dimensions (in inches): 1.90 x 9.55 x 6.52 (Aprox $27-$28)

  • Green's Interlinear Bible, OLD and NEW Testaments WITH Strong's numbers above words: Hebrew/Greek/English by Jay Green (Translator). Editor's note: As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Reveiw from Amazon.com: This Bible has the Hebrew or Greek (depends on which passage you are reading) in one column and the English next to it in another column. Also in the Hebrew/Greek column the literal translation for each word has been placed below the word and the Strongs number above the word. This makes it so you can look up the word without knowing Hebrew or Greek. The texts used are the Masoretic and the Received Text. As far as the translation goes it is painfully at times literal (this is good for study). For example what is traditionally translated, “the bank of the river”, would be translated, “the lip of the river”. Unfortunately the names in the Greek portion (NT) did retain their British influence instead of the “literal” Greek and Hebrew. For example Miriam in the Hebrew section is Mary in the Greek. Jacob in the Hebrew and James in the Greek. The only other complaint would be about the translation is that on a rare occasion the translation is not consistent. For example in Mt 13:15 the translator uses the word convert (change from one thing to another) and in Isa 6:10 which is where this verse is quoted he translates the same word as “turn back” (not change from one thing to another but go back to what you originally knew). Unfortunately this particular bias and others that are akin to it are seen throughout. Overall I would say this is the best study Bible available and well worth the money. (Hardcover - 960 pages Hebrew - Greek - English edition (March 1997); Dimensions (in inches): 2.21 x 11.35 x 8.89 ) (Aprox $55-$56)
  • The [Goodspeed] Apocrypha : An American Translation: by Edgar Johnson Goodspeed: This is a more complete Apocrypha than others. For instance, in this Goodspeed Apocrypha you have a description of what happens to your soul when you die in [2nd Esdras 7:77-], but most Apocrypha's do not contain those verses, they stop chapter seven short. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Paperback - 493 pages ©1938; Reissue edition (October 1989) ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.02 x 8.02 x 5.26 ($13.50)

    Correct-Manuscripts Original Language Bibles
    (King James Bible Manuscript Text Type ben Chayyim Old Testament and Textus Receptus New Testament):

     
  • Old Testament Hebrew and English  Tthis is the correct Ben Chayyim text (correct manuscripts) as found in the 1611 A.V. (the King James Bible). English and Hebrew side by side.  Review:  The significance of this facing translation Hebrew-English Old Testament is that it provides the Hebrew Received Text ("Textus Receptus" or "TR") from which many Old Testaments in Christian Bibles were translated. Those favoring the TR (and who are thus likely to distrust the Ben Asher edition) will appreciate that this is the Ben Chayyim edition, published by Daniel Bomberg in 1524-25, republished by Meir Letteris in 1866. This edition is also known as the Second Great Rabbinic Bible. Judging by the high print quality, it appears the modern publisher (the British and Foreign Bible Society, not the American Bible Society as the book description states above) took the time to reset the Hebrew portion, and this makes the Hebrew very crisply rendered and a pleasure to read. American Bible Society; Hardcover; Buy New: $41.99 (used may be available)

     
  • Spanish, Flush Cut Bible, Vinyl Cover   Spanish Bible of 1865 which is superior to the 1909 and 1960 Spanish bibles and matches the KJV and its Received Text (Textus Receptus). Durable vinyl cover, beautiful text. Black only.  Published by: Local Church Publishers of Lansing Michigan (Bearing Precious Seed)  Cover: Durable vinyl cover. Size: 5 3/4" x 8" x 1 1/4" (inches) Price: $7.50  To read why the 1865 Spanish Bible is superior, click here [Important Editor's Note:  We do not agree with the Theology or interpretations of the site that carries this book (i.e., Biblebelievers.com).  They are kind of 'way out there,' if you know what I mean.  But they do have the book in their Bookstore, and it is rather hard to find this version.  Use discernment as always.]

     
  • Greek New Testament (Trinitarian Bible Society)  This is the Trinitarian Bible Society's edition of the "Textus Receptus" form of the Greek text underlying the Authorized (King James) Version of the New Testament.  By Scrivener, Fha & Beza, Theodore. Binding: Hard Cover  Publisher: Trinitarian Bible Society, London  Date Published: 2000
    ISBN: 0907861873  Cost: $14.76 


 

COMPARISONS OF BIBLE VERSIONS AND BIBLICAL MANUSCRIPTS:
| Back to Category Listing  |

 

 

  • New Age Bible Versions: (Highly Recommended!) An Exhaustive Documentation of the Message, Men & Manuscripts Moving Mankind to the Antichrist's One World Religion by G. A. Riplinger Reviewer: Dennis E. House: She's right on the mark! Giants of theology would agree as well, eg, Robert Dick Wilson, Dr. D. O. Fuller, Dr. Edward F. Hills, Dr. D. A. Waite, and numerous others. An old saying goes like this, "throw a rock into a group of pigs, and the one that squeals the loudest is the one you hit". She has hurled some serious rocks, shaken more than a few trees, so it is inevitable that criticisms would ensue. Sadly, however, most people will never take time to research and find out for themselves whether or not her research is accurate. I have personally researched this topic over the last 12 years, out of a desire to know which bible is THE bible, and have come to the conclusion that today's scholarship is simply a clone of the gross errors of earlier misguided pseudo scholars. This explains why most "scholars" today support the "new" bibles...at the college level, they are not given ALL the arguments for the KJV and against the clearly corrupted minority manuscripts which underlies ALL "modern" translations. These errors have perpetuated for more than 100 years and are solidly entrenched in virtually all bible colleges, seminaries, and universities today. This does not, however, mean they are correct. Case in point, "phyletic gradualism" (slow, gradual, "Darwinian" evolution) has been taught for years to be "the" definition of the origin of species, but is now all but defunked in favor of "punctuated equilibrium". Few credible scientists still insist upon Darwinian evolution today, but it is still in virtually all scientific textbooks and is still taught as the de facto explanation for the origin of life. People really need to do some SERIOUS research for THEMSELVES before they condemn this author and this book, because I believe that if they did they would find both the author and book far more in line with the actual empirical evidence. Kudos to G. Riplinger for her courageous stand in the face of all the "stuck pigs"! (Approx. $14-$15)  
    NOTE:  Gail Riplinger also has a very good cassette tape called "Sword Slays the Dragon: Riplinger lecture series; Detailed Update (2 hours), Q & A with Pastors Gospel Light Baptist Church"  It can be ordered from A.V. Publications, P.O. Box 280, Ararat VA. 24053 (1-800-435-4535).
     
  • The mythological Septuagint  by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman
    Regarding the Septuagint (LXX), which was another fraud at the hands of Origen, read a great book on the subject (if you can get past the author's caustic style you will find many pearls): The mythological Septuagint  by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman, ISBN# 1-58026-093-4 (If you can't find a copy, visit or write to Bible Baptist Bookstore, PO Box 7135; Pensacola, FL. 32534).  I highly recommend this book, but caution the reader that the author, though very well learned, often sounds childish in his critiques of certain other "scholars."
  • Which Bible is God's Word?: by G. A. Riplinger: Reviewer: Mike Reed: With so many fussing about how hard it is to understand the whole debate over the different bible versions, this book was a well-written, easily understood synopsis of some of the most important issues on the subject. Taken from a radio interview, this lays out some of the arguments, and is specifically written with the layman in mind. Ms. Riplinger's extensive collation is right on the money, and all those who like to refer to the "original Greek", need to realize none of them exist anymore! Read this book prayerfully, and follow it up with "New Age Bible Versions" for a complete understanding. (Approx. $7-$8)
  • The Language of the King James Bible: by G. A. Riplinger: Reviewer: John Pearson et al: A most incredible look at the built in tools in the King James Bible (and only the KJV) left by God for its understanding. Though word usage has changed, word meaning has not. The word definitions of the King James are "fixed" or set as is promised in Psalms 119:89. Truly a scholarly work by the best kind of scholar, a Bible believer. In this book, Riplinger reminds the reader of the nuances of the English language. I was surprised to discover how much English grammar is not taught today. For instance, Riplinger points out that there are specific differences between the words "shall" and "will", and between "thou", "thee", "ye", and "you". The part of the book that does deal with the language of the King James Bible is very interesting, and demonstrates the superiority of that translation. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Let's Weigh the Evidence: by barry Burton:Reviewer: Allen W. Waldo: This book shows evidence why the RSV, ASV, NIV, NEV and others are attacks on the Deity of Christ, Salvation by Grace, Atonement and The Virgin Birth. It shows why the KJV c.1611 should be the Gold Standard. (Approx. $4-$5)
  • Praxis in the Manuscripts of the Greek Testament: by Charles F. Sitterly: The mechanical and literary processes involved in their writing and preservation. With tables of Alphabets and MSS. (Manuscripts) and fifteen Facsimile plates (illustrations). New reproduction of the 1898 book using the same printing plates. Hard to find! Dimensions (in inches): 0.27 x 10.83 x 8.43 (Approx. $15-$16)
  • Old Bibles - An Account of the Various Versions of the English Bible: by J.R. Dore: New reproduction of the 1876 book using the same printing plates. Hard to find!: The Old Bibles book by Dore provides a chronological account of Biblical scripture from Gildas, AD 546 through translations into English concluding with King James Version of 1611. "The hole byble was long before Wycliffe's days by vertuous and well learned men, translated into the English tong; and by good and godly people with devotion, and soberness, wel and reverendly red." (Misspelling in the original) This fascinating account reflects Dore's painstaking research to authenticate the historical origin of the various English language Bibles. Dimensions (in inches): 0.31 x 8.32 x 5.45(Approx. $15-$16)

 

 

LANGUAGES: CONCORDANCES, LEXICONS, AND TRANSLATED MANUSCRIPTS:
(All books are in English, and the language translation books are written for the English reading student)
| Back to Category Listing  |

 

  • Strong's Exhaustive Concordance: (Highly Recommended!) If you could only have two books, this would be number two (after the KJV Bible) for the accurate study of God's Word!!! This is the work of Dr. Strong S.T.D. & L.L.D. He was a Christian Professor of Exegetical Theology at Drew Theological Seminary for many years. He lived between 1822 - 1894 and devoted twenty-seven years to the preparation of his Concordance. He was the first to make a Bible Concordance and many have come behind him with their own Concordances for different Bible versions, but Dr. Strong's work is by far the most accurate and reliable. (Approx. $27-$28)
  • The Brown - Driver - Brigg's Hebrew And English Lexicon: With an Appendix Containing the Biblical Aramaic : A Lexicon is a translational dictionary that gives you further definitions into a word than the Strong's Concordance and is coded to the Strong's numbers. Coded With the Numbering System from Strong's. A classic made easier to use. The classic BDB has been improved in this revision of the most complete 1906 edition, making it by far the most useful Hebrew lexicon for the Old Testament available to the English-speaking student. This edition is coded to Strong's, thus allowing even those who do not know Hebrew ready access to this valuable tool. larger format makes referencing even easier. (Approx. $24-$25)
  • Thayer's Greek Lexicon: A Lexicon is a translational dictionary that gives you further definitions into a word than the Strong's Concordance and is coded to the Strong's numbers. This is a very useful Greek lexicon for the New Testament, available to the English-speaking student. This edition is coded to Strong's, thus allowing even those who do not know Greek ready access to this valuable tool. larger format makes referencing even easier. Coded With the Numbering System from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. (Approx. $17- $18)
  • Green's Interlinear Bible, NEW Testament: This is a unique opportunity for the English reader to have a copy of the original manuscripts that the King James writers used to translate the King James Bible in AD 1611, as well as the revised version in AD 1886 (Commonly called the King James Bible [KJV]). In the right column it has the original language (Greek) with the strong's word number above every word. In the left column it has the transliterated text in English. This volume is most accurate English language Biblical manuscript translation available. This is a tool that no Christian should be without. With all the skeptics, and College professors that think they know Greek, this is essential. Not all of us have time to Go to school and learn Greek, but given the right tools we can check up on people who talk about it. Add to this an exhaustive Strong's concordance and some practice and you're set to argue with the scholars. (Approx. $19-$20)
  • Green's Interlinear Bible, OLD Testament: This is a unique opportunity for the English reader to have a copy of the original manuscripts that the King James writers used to translate the King James Bible in AD 1611, as well as the revised version in AD 1886 (Commonly called the King James Bible [KJV]). In the right column it has the original language (Aramaic, and Hebrew) with the strong's word number above every word. In the left column it has the transliterated text in English. This volume is most accurate English language Biblical manuscript translation available. This is a tool that no Christian should be without. With all the skeptics, and College professors that think they know Aramaic, and Hebrew, this is essential. Not all of us have time to Go to school and learn Aramaic, and Hebrew, but given the right tools we can check up on people who talk about it. Add to this an exhaustive Strong's Concordance and some practice and you're set to argue with the scholars. (Approx. $90)
     
  • The Apocrypha: An American Translation By Edgar J. Goodspeed: The Apocrypha consists of the books that are found in the Greek version of the Jewish Bible--the Septuagint, the earliest complete version of the Bible we possess--but that were not included in the final, canonical version of the Hebrew Bible. For this reason, they were called 'Apocrypha', the hidden or secret books, and while they formed part of the original King James version of 1611, they are no longer included in modem Bibles. Yet they include such important works as The First Book of Maccabees, the Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiastlcus, and the stories of Susanna, Tobit, and Judith, and other works of great importance for the history of the Jews in the period between the rebuilding of the Temple and the time of Jesus, and thus for the background of the New Testament. These works have also had a remarkable impact on writers and artists. Beyond this, they are often as powerful as anything in the canonical Bible. The translation into contemporary English is by Edgar J. Goodspeed. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. (Approx. $11-$13)
  • The Language of the King James Bible: by G. A. Riplinger: Reveiwer: John Pearson et al: A most incredible look at the built in tools in the King James Bible (and only the KJ) left by God for its understanding. Though word usage has changed, word meaning has not. The word definitions of the King James are "fixed" or set as is promised in Psalms 119:89. Truely a scholarly work by the best kind of scholar, a Bible believer. In this book, Riplinger reminds the reader of the nuances of the English language. I was surprised to discover how much English grammar is not taught today. For instance, Riplinger points out that there are specific differences between the words "shall" and "will", and between "thou", "thee", "ye", and "you". The part of the book that does deal with the language of the King James Bible is very interesting, and demonstrates the superiority of that translation. (Approx. $10-$11)

 

 

BIBLE DICTIONARIES:
| Back to Category Listing  |

 

  • Smith's Bible Dictionary: (Highly Recommended!) One of the first and oldest Bible Dictionaries. (older is better in Bible reference works if you feel that the newer translations have deviated from the original texts) Smith's Bible Dictionary has been the best known standard Bible reference work for years. It provides the reader a single-volume reference book that will answer questions about people, places, customs, history, geography, and textual content of the Bible. In addition to thousands of entries, every proper name is also translated for you. ie: 'Job' means: 'The persecuted one'. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Vine's Complete Expository Bible Dictionary: This reference makes it possible for the students with substantial, limited, or no background in Greek or Hebrew to study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages. Through the extensive use of Strong's numbering system and other references included in Vine's indexes, the student will be able to bridge Vine's entries with those of the standard technical lexicons used by Bible scholars worldwide. (Approx. $17-$18)
  • Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary: An Authoritative One-Volume Reference Work on the Bible, With Full-Color Illustrations. An illustrated source book of biblical information from an evangelical perspective, written for general readers and Bible study classes. Covers people, places, things, and doctrine. This dictionary puts at the reader's disposal a wealth of the most current findings and insights to enrich one's study and teaching of the Bible. Editors have drawn from the world's finest evangelical scholars--no other dictionary features as much up-to-date information. A new 48-page section includes a guide to the most effective use of the dictionary for personal study or lesson preparation. (Approx. $27-$28)
  • The New Unger's Bible Dictionary: Hardcover - 1400 pages Rev& Updated Revision of Unger's Bible dictionary (1966) with new bibliographies and maps. Based on the New American Standard translation. Entries give pronunciation, often an encyclopedic description and literature citations, cross-references. Has 15 keyed maps in color, a proper concentration of illustrations (black and white and color) and maps interspersed with entries. More than 6,700 entries are included in this dictionary, supplemented with detailed essays, colorful photography and maps, and dozens of charts and illustrations to enhance your understanding of God's Word. It does not champion any particular school of Bible interpretation, although it is obvious that the editors hold to the fundamentals of the Christian faith and the inerrancy of the Scriptures. (Approx. $27-$28)
  • Almanac of Bible Facts: Includes a history of the Bible, a survey of the everyday world of the Bible, detailed maps of the journeys of the Bible's most famous figures, lists of miracles, angels, women in the Bible, and much more. Learn about the history of the Bible, examine detailed maps of the journeys of its most famous figures, and acquaint oneself with its everyday world, including customs, clothing, music and social life. An easy-to-use, all-in-one reference, this book also contains a "Who's Who" section of important characters in the Bible, an overview of Bible-making and translation through the ages, and notes on geographical places in the Bible. Very reasonably priced. Paperback - 256 pages (June 1997); Dimensions (in inches): 0.79 x 6.91 x 4.24 (Approx $5-$6)

 

 

GREAT WORKS BY E.W. BULLINGER:
| Back to Category Listing  |

Ethelbert William Bullinger (1837-1913) was the foremost Christian Bible manuscript authority in the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek languages. So able and respected among contemporaries was Bullinger that Dr. Ginsberg, the Jewish scholar, only allowed one Christian in the world to proofread the notes on his work with the Massorah, that Christian scholar was E.W. Bullinger.

 

  • Biography of E.W. Bullinger: E.W. Bullinger continues to be recognized as one of the great Bible scholars of the early twentieth century. Bullinger's comprehensive and detailed study of figures of speech in the Bible has never been superseded. His Bible commentaries, Greek lexicon, textual notes, and numerous expositional studies continue to inform students of the Scriptures. Behind his many interesting scholarly works, however, is the engaging life story of a young chorister from Canterbury Cathedral whose voice would be heard around the world through the printed page. This revised and expanded edition of the first Bullinger biography brings to life the fascinating story of the man behind the books, looking at his background, education, family, and scholarly work. It includes a number of rare photos from Bullinger's life and a complete chronological list of his works. Of special interest are the many excerpts and quotes from Bullinger on a myriad of religious and Biblical topics. (Approx. $11 -$12)
  • The Name of Jehovah in the Book of Esther: Many have noticed the fact than "God" is not once referred to in the Book of Esther. There may have been local and temporary reasons for this. However, the name of Jehovah does occur in Esther, hidden away in acrostics. With his usual attention to detail, accompanied by clarity, Bullinger brings to life the text of Esther, revealing and showing the name of Jehovah in various acrostics. (Approx. $3.00)
  • Figures of Speech Used in the Bible: This book catalogs and shows how God utilizes over 200 types of figures of speech to call attention to what He views as most vital in His Word. No other work approaches the scope and knowledge that Bullinger had in this field. The understanding of the figures of speech clarified many points in the Scripture. And this increased the vitality to the concepts. This in-depth review of the words and phrases used in the Bible. Should be on every desk of the serious student of the Bible (Approx. $31-$32)
  • The Names and Order of the Books of the Old Testament: (Highly Recommended!) Before Christ came, the Hebrews Scriptures were translated in Greek. The Greek translation, the Septuagint changed the 'names' of the books and altered their 'order', for reasons no one knows. This was carried over into the Latin Vulgate and into our current Bibles. However, thanks to extensive work by the author, E. W. Bullinger, Bible students of today can again be acquainted with God's original order and names, and there are many lessons to be learned from seeing God's original names and order. (Approx. $3)
  • Number in Scripture: Here is yet another great book by the insightful E.W. Bullinger. Number is Scripture is fascinating and shocking, as it sheds light on the hidden footprints of the Holy Spirit in the scripture. Readers learn about the significance of what previously seemed like meaningless numbers. Everything in the Bible has a meaning, numbers included. Don't miss reading the book along with the Bible. Some of the tidbits in this book are worth a king's ransom, such as where 360 degrees came from, why there are 12 zodiac signs, why certain numbers are used in the Bible, etc. The book helps in making the Bible fun to read. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Witness of the Stars: E.W. Bullinger spells out the meaning of the stars and the zodiac, in their spiritual, uncorrupted state. In our day in age, the astrology is thought of as something for mystics, and generally viewed as satanic by Christians. But did you know that the fathers of astrology were the Bible Patriarchs themselves! God has used the stars as his "storybook in the sky" to reveal His plan of redemption for mankind. In The Witness of the Stars, Bullinger fascinates readers showing them how "the Heavens reveal the glory of the Lord." Just as the ancients taught their sons God's plans through the study of the stars, so you too can experience God's Word through the Heaven's manifestation. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Great Cloud of Witnesses in Hebrews Eleven: This is an in-depth study of each of the triumphs of faith by those written of in Hebrews chapter eleven (also known as the faith chapter) This book will help you understand the only kind of faith that God is pleased with. A must for persons trying to understand their faith in God. (Approx. $11-$12)
  • Word Studies on the Holy Spirit: This unique book is both a concordance and a concise commentary on every verse in the New Testament that uses the word pneuma (Spirit). It enables the serious student of the Word to examine each reference and compare Scripture with Scripture. Is there any better way to discern the mind of the Lord on a given subject? (Approx. $8-$9)
  • Companion Bible (Large print edition): (Highly Recommended!) This is a larger print version of the original. The same printing plates were used and the text is identical except that it is larger and easier on the eyes. Here is an invaluable reference Bible for access to vast amounts of collateral historical information. It was put together by E. W. Bullinger in the late 1800's. It contains the text of the King James Bible with a right hand column packed full of tidbits of information seldom found anywhere else. It also has 198 appendixes that are full of "must read" information. The parallel column in the Old Testament contain notes taken from the Massorah (compiled by Ginsburg, but written during the time of Ezra and Nehemiah) that are pertinent to the understanding of the Scripture. At this time the Companion Bible is the only source for the English reader of the Massoretic text. This work will help you to discover what, "Thus saith the Lord" and why. (Approx. $45)

 

 

BOOKS BY E. RAYMOND CAPT
| Back to Category Listing  |

E. Raymond Capt (M.A., A.I.A., F.S.A. Scot.) was a Biblical Archaeologist and his many works support the great historical truths contained within the Bible. He gives much technical information in an easy to understand format for the layman. It is refreshing to see science and archaeology studied and presented by a Christian scholar as opposed to the heathen that are so very prevalent in the field now.

 

  • The Abrahamic Covenant (Highly Recommended!) by E. Raymond Capt.  An Interesting historical evidence tied in with Biblical prophecy regarding God's covenant people.  Follows the migrations of the Ten 'Lost' Tribes of Israel.  We can only find this book at (The Shepherds Chapel) Book store, item # 8 ($10.00). Order at: (501) 787-6026 or send payment to:  (The Shepherds Chapel).  P.O. Box 416, Gravette, Ar. 72736 (include something for postage).

  • Study in Pyramidology: Another extensive work by E. Raymond Capt covering the spiritual aspects and prophecy revealed in the construction of the great Pyramid at Giza. Covers God's plan for humanity architecturally embodied in it's construction. (Approx. $15)
  • Great Pyramid Decoded: This is a fascinating book which details very specific weight, volume, mass, perimeter, and interior measurements of the great pyramid in relation to the earth, solar system, stars, and events in time. (Approx. $8-$9)
  • Lost Chapter of Acts of the Apostles: You will notice that the end of the book of Acts does not end with "Amen" in your Bible. Learn of the missing 29th chapter that was discovered in the Sonnini manuscript. It has 26 verse and ends in "Amen." It speaks of Paul's travels and the final history of Pontius Pilate. Does the 29th chapter belong in Act's? You decide for yourself. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. (Approx. $6-$7)
  • Jacob's pillar: Learn how the stone pillow of the Patriarch Jacob traveled from the wilderness of Luz to it's place under the Coronation chair where every English Royal was crowned. (Approx.$4)
  • Petra: Learn of the lost city called 'Selah' and 'Mt. Seir' in the scriptures, and of it's 'High Places' spoken against by God as places of the worship of other gods. God's prophecies regarding Petra have of course come to pass. Packed with pictures! (Approx.$8)
  • Stonehenge and Druidism: Tells of the famous rock circle in the Salisbury plain of England, how it was built, and the astronomical design of it. Also traces the Celtic Druids back to the ten lost tribes of Israel. (Approx.$5)
  • Traditions of Glastonbury: (Highly Recommended!) Where was Jesus between the age of 12 and 30? This book documents the travels of Jesus and Joseph of Arimathea in England. As with most all of Capt's books, this one is packed with pictures. (Approx.$8-$9)
  • Missing Links Discovered in Assyrian Tablets:  Loaded with maps, pictures, and illustrations! By the deciphering of the discovered ancient Assyrian Tablets (clay writing pads) we learn of the different names affixed to the Ten Tribes by their captors and deporters (the Assyrians), and with this key we can literally follow their migrations across the earth by the archaeological remains of their civilizations as they moved North and West into their future promised land - Europe and eventually the Americas. Where did the Ten Tribes of Israel disappear to? This book gives solid support for the wanderings and the destinies of God's covenant people. Don't wonder any longer. This book is excellent and provides sound supportive evidence to back up its claim. We need more people like E. Raymond Capt who are not afraid to divulge the truth.  (Approx.$17.00)

 

 

OTHER BOOKS:
| Back to Category Listing  |

  • Hope For The Wicked; The Master plan To Rule The World:  (Highly Recommended!)  By Ted Flynn.  It's the best book on the new world order I've ever read. It is extremely well researched documented and foot noted. Unlike many books on the new world order this book is straight up facts no silly conspiracies about alien bodies UFO's or military bases on the moon, just well documented history.  The book is 550 pages with 82 photographs and 1,200 footnotes, with a strong historical basis to show that there is a global elite working to end the sovereignty of nations, to place all under the United Nations. Areas explored are: the plan to bring America into the New World Order, the altered roles and make-up of the family, how a global elite is working to change the form of money, the abuse of technology, the Shadow Government, Executive Orders, the role of the Federal Reserve and who owns it, the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, identities of the global big wigs and wonks, how the agenda has no ideology and is neither Democrat nor Republican but about control, the erosion of freedoms and rights, the planned collapse of the world economy to bring a new order from chaos, the intentional dumbing-down of American education, and many other issues that are bothering you in your gut, but that you can't put your finger on. (Approx.$22.00)

  • Masonry : Beyond the Light: by William Schnoebelen:  Reveiwer, Amazon.com Reviewer  R. W. Dundas, June 7, 2000:  "Freemasonry is a Luciferian Religion!   Mr. Schnoebelen's book absolutely blows the lid off of the religion of Freemasonry!  The author provides a detailed, in depth look into this insidious cult of Satan and he does so in a very logical, easy to follow manner.  Masons who claim to be Christian will, of course, flatly deny that Freemasonry is a religion and will furthermore dismiss Mr. Schnoebelen and others as "phonies."  This book will provide more than adequate ammunition to refute any Mason who would insist that the Lodge is Christian.  Give him the names of a couple of his illustrious Lodge brothers: Aleister Crowley; infamous Satanist, Anton LeVay; author of the satanic bible!  Ask him about General Albert Pike, the Grand Commander, Sovereign Pontiff of Universal Freemasonry who said that the "Masonic Religion should be ....maintained in the purity of the Luciferian doctrine.....Lucifer is God!" Ask him about Baphomet, Mah-hah-bone, Jabulon or Abaddon!   Why does the Shrine (A.A.O.N.M.S) require that it's initiates swear an oath to Allah with his hand on the Qu'ran.  I also recommend "Freemasonry" by former worshipful master, Jack Harris. (Starting on page 117 read about the deathbed confession of Henry L. Valance of the murder of Capt. William Morgan!)  The bottom line is that the deception, lies and secrets of the religion of Freemasonry have been exposed.  The evidence is irrefutable and damning. The prosecution rests, Your Honor!"  (Price approx. $10.00)

  • Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright by John H. Allen. Reviewer: reader from Arkansas: The destiny of Israel and the destiny of Judah. The primary value of this book is to clearly show the distinctions between Israel and Judah and how their destinies differ; the continuation of the throne of David; Judah to bring forth the Messiah and Israel to become the multitude without number in their own independent (many) nations. The only mistake the author made is the failure to see that Jesus took the throne of David continuing the line o Kings of David's descent. This is 1 of 5 books every minister of the gospel should read. Hardcover (June 1946). ($12.00).  4 week delivery time.  Or get the book (in stock) from (The Shepherds Chapel) Book store, item # 29 ($15.00).  Order from the Chapel at: (501) 787-6026 or send payment to:  P.O. Box 416, Gravette, Ar. 72736 (include postage).
  • Cult Watch Reviewer: A reader from Atlanta, Georgia: An excellently researched, very controversial book, July 21, 1999. I have to disagree with the prior reviewer completely [someone who gave a bad review on amazon.com].  Ankerberg and Weldon [the books authors] write some of the best documented and footnoted books in existence, and Cult Watch is no exception. In actuality, it is a compilation of their "Fast Facts on..." series of booklets, but should not be looked down upon because of that. The prior reviewer's primary objection to this book seems to be that the authors take a very hard-nosed stance against both the various "Christian" cults and the various aspects of the New Age Movement, which of course is not very PC. Say what you may, however, you cannot deny that this work backs up its statements with a truckload of references and solid reasoning. Bottom line: If you're not a Christian, this book will probably offend you, but I'd recommend you read it anyway. If you are a Christian, this book is an invaluable resource to have in your library. Paperback - 370 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 1.08 x 9.02 x 6.02  ($11.99)
  • The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion: [WBSG Note: We have done a thorough review of this book in study form, the link to that study is: Protocols The following review is from the Amazon.com site]. Reviewer: A reader from Washington, DC. April 11, 2000: Go to the Source. After reading the plethora of reviews on this site that overwhelmingly mock the book, one would easily be inclined to brush this book aside (as is the intention of such remarks). However, I would encourage individuals who have the slightest interest in exploring to delve into this book. It is full of "typos" and other annoyances of such, but in the overall view the book actually can make one think, a feat indeed in today's world. What does one think? Decide for yourself. If this book is the forgery that many claim, then you will ask the question, "why is it that everything is going according to their plan?" Is it because the picture was painted with such a broad brush so as to encapsulate any possibility? Far from it. This book presents a concise plan that can be easily followed through the past 100 years if one has a fairly strong broad understanding of history. Without a good basis in history however, much of the power of the book is lost. However, that is the case in life itself. A firm knowledge of history can always tell us where we are going. (Approx. $7-$8)
  • Biblical Mathematics: Dr. Vallowe has succeeded in making numerics accessible to and meaningful for Bible students. This book not only presents God's use of key numbers in the Bible in layman's terms, but also provides a basis for further investigations. His methods derive solidly from the Biblical context in which the numbers are used. Through this timely book, God releases a long-awaited blessing to His people so that in these last days His Word may be understood in greater fullness and detail. Move over, E. W. Bullinger states: Ed Vallowe has written the seminal introduction to the subject of Biblical numerics. By: Ed F. Vallowe. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Number in Scripture: Here is yet another great book by the insightful E.W. Bullinger. Number is Scripture is fascinating and shocking, as it sheds light on the hidden footprints of the Holy Spirit in the scripture. Readers learn about the significance of what previously seemed like meaningless numbers. Everything in the Bible has a meaning, numbers included. Don't miss reading the book along with the Bible. Some of the tidbits in this book are worth a king's ransom, such as where 360 degrees came from, why there are 12 zodiac signs, why certain numbers are used in the Bible, etc. The book helps in making the Bible fun to read. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • Manners & Customs of the Bible: (Highly Recommended!) This book fills a gap left by Bible dictionaries, concordances, and atlases. This is a valuable resource book through the Bible, explaining many customs practiced in Bible times. Not only is it easy to understand, but it is also filled with many helpful illustrations. Recommended to get a feel for the way people thought, and why they did what they did by custom back in Biblical days. By James M. Freeman. (Approx. $14-$15)
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible; The Oldest Known Bible:(Highly Recommended!) This book is a must for anyone interested in the Bible. For instance, it helps clear up the debate between the LXX (Septuagint) and the Masoretic text regarding [Psalm 22:16]. This is the first and only complete English translation of the important Biblical texts found at Qumran. This is not the complete text of the Old Testament, as the scrolls are sometimes fragmentary due to cave worms and rot. They do include the Scroll names (ie:4QLevg ....) These texts date back a 1000 years earlier than the ones used for most English Bible Translations. Now you can read what some Biblical texts said at the time of Jesus. Some of these texts date to 200 BC. Abegg, Ulrich and Flint have done an excellent job producing a book that will allow the lay person access to these important texts. Any one who takes the Bible seriously should have this on their self. The layout is easy to follow and the footnotes are handy for anyone needing to compare variant ancient readings. In addition to the books found in the Hebrew Bible, some other texts that were held in high regard at Qumran are in the book. Read for yourself what the Bible said 2000 years ago. Hardcover - 649 pages (December 1999) Dimensions (in inches): 1.90 x 9.55 x 6.52 As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. (Aprox $27-$28)
  • The [Goodspeed] Apocrypha : An American Translation: by Edgar Johnson Goodspeed: This is a more complete Apocrypha than others. For instance, in this Goodspeed Apocrypha you have a description of what happens to your soul when you die in [2nd Esdras 7:77-], but most Apocryphas do not contain those verses, they stop chapter seven short. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Paperback - 493 pages ©1938; Reissue edition (October 1989) ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.02 x 8.02 x 5.26 ($13.50)
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered : The First Complete Translation and Interpretation of 50 Key Documents Withheld for over 35 Years: Now available to the public, the long-suppressed, previously inaccessible material comprising the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. Two scholars compile and interpret fifty documents that are key and previously inaccessible portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls. This groundbreaking volume features revelatory material--available primarily for the first time. These 50 documents cast a startling light on events in Palestine at the dawn of Christianity, alluding not only to doctrines we now recognize as Christian, but also to the precursors of Islam and Jewish Cabbalism. Includes Photos. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. (Approx. $11-$12)
  • Magnificent Numbers of the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge: By Bonnie Gaunt, this is in-depth mathematical analysis, written in every day plain English, regarding the dimensions and positions of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh Egypt, and the Stonehenge Rock Monuments in the Salisbury plain of England. After reading this book you will come to realize that the construction of both inspired by the same architect who laid the plan for the Earth, Sun, and moon. (Approx. $9-$10)
  • Celt, Druid and Culdee: History of the transition of Druidism to Christianity. This is an excellent book for historical students and religious students. It is the only book that I have found that shines light on the Church founded by Christian refugees from the then Roman held Britain that were accorded sanctuary in Ireland by the Kings and Druids, and granted land to establish their church. This short books begins with a compacted review of the Celtic People and religion. The book than gives a moving account of the establishment of the Christian Church, known either as the Irish Church, the Culdee Church, or the British Church. The latter chapters deal with the Roman Church's initial attempts to dominate the Irish Church, and their rebuttal. This is followed by a violent takeover, involving great loss of life, by the Roman Church. (Approx. $9-$10)
  • Josephus; (Paperback) OR Josephus; (Hard cover): This book is a paraphrase of Whiston's translation, part 'The Antiquities of the Jews' and part 'The Jewish war,' combined into one chronological narrative. It should be easier to read than Whiston. This book is not scripture nor does it claim to be. It is history written by a Jewish historian that was contemporary with the times shortly after Christ during the writing of the New Testament. The writings of Josephus do tend to slant favorably toward the Jews, of whom he was one. But it is valuable from a historical perspective regarding places, names and history during the times of the writing of the New Testament, and it aids in the understanding of many events that the Prophets and Apostles only touched on. That is the value of the writings of Flavius Josephus, Born AD 37-38, and died AD 100. Josephus (Paperback) (Approx. $4-$5). For a hard cover edition click on Josephus (Hard cover) (Approx. $18-$19)
  • The Rapture Plot: By Dave Macpherson, a eye opening documentary of the dubious origin of the various Rapture 'doctrines'. A must read for anyone who is staking their soul on the validity of the so-called Rapture Theory. Packed full of facts and history. (Approx. $14-$15)
  • Incredible Cover Up: Excellent piece of documentary work! This book is some of the best Christian research I have ever read. It tends to be a little dry at times but hey its not fiction after all. The way Dave MacPherson researched the issue of the Rapture historically reads like he left no stone unturned. This book has given me a new way to look at my life and a new defense of my feelings that the "Rapture" is not part of God's word. The Incredible Cover-Up needs to be in every church library and every Christian should read it. (Approx. $5-$6)
  • The New World Religion: by Gary H. Kah: (Highly Recommended!) One of the most Important new books of the year! From the occult roots of global government to the United Nations "spiritual" influence within education, this books covers the subject of the "New World Religion" like no other. I found Kah's coverage of the United Nations affiliated "United Religions Initiative" -- a type of UN for religion -- to be of vital importance. You need to know about this organization and the events surrounding it! More than that, Gary published the Jesuit oath in the appendix. This is one of the most revealing pieces of documentation I have ever seen! If you want a book that intelligently tackles international events, exposes the occult roots of world government, and documents the move to a one-world religion, this is it! The documentation alone is worth the price -- there must be almost three hundred endnotes! But don't let that scare you, Kah wrote this in such a way that practically anyone can read it. And with a topic that's as in-depth as this one, readability is vital. Gary Kah did a bang-up job. Get this book. (Approx. $10-$11)
  • En Route to Global Occupation: by Gary H. Kah: Reviewer: Reader from Canada March 2, 2000: This book is good in general and an eye opening for what's going on behind the closed doors of global economy and politics, including top and influential figures in US and foreign governments as well as their collaborators who for money or better position are ready to sell their own souls and country people and cope even with devil. But they're only the tools in the hands of power hungry monsters, which in reality belongs to influential bankers, businessmen and media and they really pull all the strings and want everyone to dance to their music. I'm surprised that G.Kah is mostly being silent about those "secret" leaders' family background and family roots, but if you like you can find some more info in other books as well as their old family ties with Illuminati and medieval Europe. For example Henry Ford in his famous book wrote about their Talmudic education and money as their "god", and "Protocols of Zion" written at the beginning of XX century are just fulfilling itself. Those guys are trying every trick and everywhere, even in Vatican to mix all religions in one devil's bowl or in European Union to create one big cage. (Approx. $8-$9)
  • Hidden dangers of the rainbow: The New Age Movement and our coming age of Barbarism: Reviewer: A reader from Detroit, Michigan:October 15, 1999: Constance Cumbey has done an excellent job trying to open Christians' eyes to the evil situation that is escalating about them. She portrays well documented evidence of the workings of Satan as God opened her eyes to his schemes. Her shock is genuine and sincere. She isn't an end of time alarmist and she doesn't even proclaim herself to be an author. She is merely a shocked Christian, trying to reveal a hideous situation that God has made clear to her. I have read this book a number of times over the years. The first time I read it was perhaps in 1988. It has been over ten years and I have continued to watch this movement she identified as satanic ten years ago. Everything she said about them 10 years ago has proven to be true and this group of people isn't as secretive in 1999 as they were in 1988. It's much easier to keep an eye on them now than before, but I wouldn't have ever been alerted had God not stirred her up to write those two books. Thank you Constance Cumbey. (Approx. $9-$10)
  • Idioms in the Bible Explained : And, a Key to the Original Gospels: (Highly Recommended!) World-renowned Bible translator and commentator George M. Lamsa explains nearly one thousand crucial idioms that will enrich reading of the Old and New Testaments for students and general reader alike. Lamsa, who was raised speaking Aramaic in a community that followed customs largely unchanged since the times of Christ, offers fresh, accurate translations of important idioms, metaphors, and figures of speech found in the Scripture and provides clear explanations of their meaning of Biblical context. Just as Shakespeare, Milton, and Browning wrote in the vernacular for English-speaking people, Moses the prophets, and the apostles wrote for their own people in the plain language of their times, so that even the unlearned might understand God's Word. Over the centuries, inaccurate translations and misunderstandings of customs and concepts have led to difficulties in bringing the Biblical message to contemporary English-speaking readers. For example, when a man says to Jesus, "let me bury my father," and Jesus replies: "Let the dead bury their dead." [Lk 9:60].   Lamsa points out that this expression means, "Let me first take care of my father until he dies." Traditionally, scholars assumed that this man's father was dead and that Jesus was not interested in his burial. Lamsa's scholarship offers a more accurate understanding of the intent and spirit of this passage. (Approx. $11-$12)
  • Almanac of Bible Facts: Includes a history of the Bible, a survey of the everyday world of the Bible, detailed maps of the journeys of the Bible's most famous figures, lists of miracles, angels, women in the Bible, and much more. Learn about the history of the Bible, examine detailed maps of the journeys of its most famous figures, and acquaint oneself with its everyday world, including customs, clothing, music and social life. An easy-to-use, all-in-one reference, this book also contains a "Who's Who" section of important characters in the Bible, an overview of Bible-making and translation through the ages, and notes on geographical places in the Bible. Very reasonably priced. Paperback - 256 pages (June 1997); Dimensions (in inches): 0.79 x 6.91 x 4.24 (Approx $5-$6)
  • Saint Paul in Britain: The origin of British Christianity. It is falsely taught that St. Augustine first brought Christianity to Britain. This book documents that St. Paul was in Britain over five centuries before. (Approx. $6-$7)
  • The Book of Enoch the Prophet: (Apocryphal, non-canonized) As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Fascinating reading with the scrutiny of the Bible. Jude quotes from this book [Jude verse 14-15]. It is interesting that many of the early church fathers (Theodotes, Origen, Tertullian, etc.) quote from it and consider it as scripture. It seems to have fallen out of favor with the later fathers and didn't make it into the canon. However, Jude, Hebrews and Revelation were also almost kicked out of the canon. Jude particularly because it quotes Enoch. But, Peter gets his details regarding the "angels that sinned" being cast into Tartarus from Enoch. Nowhere is this particular detail about the Genesis 6 "sons of God" mentioned in our Bible. Also, when Jesus describes "Abraham's bosom", His description either was directly from God, or from the book of Enoch, because Enoch describes the underworld in exactly the same way. Another interesting thing is that Enoch said the angels that sinned were to be judged after 70 generations. It is exactly 70 generations from Enoch to Jesus according to the gospel of Luke. if Enoch is really truth, it would go a long way to explain ancient earth history regarding some of the oddities of evidence regarding visitors from outer space and ancient knowledge seemingly superior to ours. Personally I didn't find anything in the book that contradicts our Holy Scriptures. It is very colorful reading even if you do not consider it as scripture. Also, I would ignore the translator's commentary that is interlaced throughout. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. (Approx. $11-$13)
  • The book of Jasher: one of the Sacred books of the bible long lost or undiscovered:(Apocryphal, non-canonized) As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them. Purported to be one of the Sacred Books of the Bible long Lost or Undiscovered. With testimonies and notes, critical and historical, explanatory of the text to which is prefixed various readings and a preliminary dissertation proving the authenticity of the work. "Is it not written in the book of Jasher"[Joshua 10:13]. Some feel that the Book of Jasher is one of the sacred books which should have been included among the other books of the Bible but which was omitted as were many other Apocryphal books. As with all writings outside of the King James Bible, caution should be used when reading them.(Approx. $14-$15)
  • Discovery of Ancient America: By David Deal. The Ten Commandments have been discovered written in Paleo Hebraic characters in America. This fine book covers how they got there, who wrote them, and what is to be derived from it. (Approx. $12-$13)
  • The Two Babylons: (Highly Recommended!) Where did the practices and beliefs of Roman Catholicism come from? In this scholarly classic, first published over eighty years ago, Alexander Hislop reveals that many Roman Catholic teachings did not originate with Christ or the Bible, but were adopted from ancient pagan Babylonian religion, and given Christian names. Learn the true origins of: The Mother and Child, The Mass, The Wafer (Eucharist), Purgatory, The Sovereign Pontiff, Prayers for the dead, The Rosary, The Sign of the Cross, The Confessional, Clothing & crowning of images, Priests, Monks and Nuns, Relic worship, Worship of the Sacred Heart, Extreme Unction... Plus much more! Although it is difficult reading, this historically-accurate book provides a fascinating in-depth examination of the shocking similarities between the practices of ancient Babylonian religion and those of today's Roman Catholic church. See how a religion that was started by Nimrod and his wife spread to various regions, taking on different names, but keeping the same pagan rituals and trappings. These same rituals embody the Catholic church of today.

    Unless your mind is open to considering the truth about modern Catholicism, I would not recommend reading it. This book is an excellent source of all the similarities between the Christian and pagan festivals, symbolisms and dogmas. If one has a hard time accepting the facts presented in this book, one merely needs to converse with someone who practices paganism to validate its premise and conclusion. The most shocking thing I have found through my own investigation is that people who attend seminary or religious studies for the purpose of becoming a member of the clergy know all about these facts, but choose to ignore them and not teach then based on their blind faith. I have known such people who have left the clergy or gave up on the church because of what they learned in their studies. It is not difficult to confirm the premise and conclusion of this book with a little independent investigation suggest talking to Wiccans about the spring and fall festivals. Even a quick glance at an encyclopedia will reveal how pagan All Saints and All Souls days are, not to mention Halloween and Easter. (Approx. $10-$11)
     

  • The Drama of the Lost Disciples by George F. Jowett.  Follows the 12 after the crucifixion.  Interesting historical evidence of matters where the Bible is silent.   Documents the travels of the disciples after they left Judea and journeyed to distant lands carrying the Gospel Message. Read about Joseph of Arimathea, Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Lazarus, Paul, Peter and a score of others.  . . . the resurrection of Jesus Christ. From this unique and unparalleled event sprang the greatest missionary movement of all time as His disciples began to take His Kingdom message (as He had instructed them to do) to the "lost sheep" of the House of Israel. This book documents the travels of not just the twelve disciples, but many more after they left Judea and journeyed to distant lands as they carried the Gospel message. The list includes Joseph of Arimathea, Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Lazarus, Paul, Peter and scores of others. Although the title implies the disciples were "lost", they were really only lost to history for a while.
     
  • Sargon The Magnificent: (Highly Recommended!)  by Mrs. Sydney Bristowe.
    Book Description:  Written in 1927, within this book, the author explains her reasons for believing that archeological discoveries in Babylonia prove that Cain (Gen 4:1) was Sargon The first in the ancient inscriptions.  Excellent hard to find data & documentation.  This book comes and goes in and out of print; and is always hard to find.  Now for a time I see that Amazon.com has some new & used copies (I could never find it with them in the past).  The only objection that I have is that the author fails to make the connection between Cain and the Kenites, also, that she does not come right out and say that Cain was of the Serpent, but does give inscriptions and other archeological evidences that their people worshipped the Serpent.  But this is a scholarly but easy to read book that fills in many of the blanks in the search for the true identify of the Kenite of the Bible.  For instance, the author gives evidence and reason that Ham, Nimrod's grandfather (Gen 10:8ff) married Naamah (Cain's only named female descendant - Gen 4:22).  This of course, is significant to the researcher interested in such things.  If your trying to search for the early history of the Kenites this is a must have book! ($19.00 new, they have used copies sometimes)

  • Tracing Our Ancestors: (Highly Recommended!)  by Frederick Haberman.  Becoming harder and harder to find.  Where did the Caucasians of America come from?  Did they originate in Europe?  Who were the Aryans?  Where was the Deluge, or Noah's Flood?  Who are "the Covenant Race"?  The answers to these questions are given as our ancestors are traced Eastwards.  Also covered is "the Golden Age of Phoenicia" Druidic Britain.  Ancient Ireland, the Throne of David and the United States in prophecy. (Approx.$7 - going out of print!
     
  • Tongues, Prosperity, & Godhood by Dr. Cathy Burns
    Explains the sham and the danger of the movement and the phenomenon in the title.
     
  • Uncovering the mysteries of your hidden inheritance by Robert Alan Balaicius.
    Book Description:  Reviewer Mr. D. Hill states: "This book reveals important facts that have been pushed into a dark corner by today's society. Very well researched by Mr. Balaicius, the reader will be taken on a synopsis of the history of God's true chosen servant people. Included in this book are the symbols of Israel, Heraldry, and many more excellent topics including my favorite...'True Israel Hall of Fame', which is a list of the distinguished people who confessed belief in the fact that the Anglo-Saxon peoples are indeed the very Israel people of the Holy Bible.  If you are skeptical about this theory, or even think it's hogwash...I challenge you to give this a quick read. I could almost guarantee your thoughts would be changed forever after reading this. One would have to read over hundreds of books or more to get the information in this one volume. Get the book and lift the veil of blindness from your mind. Get your Hidden Inheritance!!!!!"  Reviewer Dr. K. Simpson states:  "Other than the Holy Bible 'Uncovering the Mysteries of Your Hidden Inheritance' has more truthful and eye opening information in it than any book I have ever read. Extensively researched and footnoted this is one book that should be read by everyone seeking the truth of the Bible. It should be in every true Christian's home and recommended reading by all children and adults who are confused with and in today's society." (Approx $12.00-15.00)


 


 

  • Suppressed Titles - hard to find truth -
    controversial (of course)
    | Back to Category Listing  |

    GENERAL DISCLAIMER FOR THE BELOW BOOKS

         We believe the literature below is of Interest to eyes-open Christians. While chosen with some discretion, we do not necessarily agree with every statement of every author. In the spirit of fairness, we present them to you in hope that the Holy Spirit will lead and guide you in all truth and wisdom (John 16:13-14).

         We have only been able to find the below books at the below small independent publishing houses.  At any moment they could be shut down.  We supply the below books because of the wealth of suppressed information that they contain.  Some of the titles contain statements that some may be considered racist or so-called anti-Semitic to some.  If you are sensitive then perhaps the below books are not for you.  We believe that are able to make your own mind up.  We also reject censorship.

         We do not agree with all the content of all the below books, but there is much truth in them that cannot be found anymore due to censorship and control of the elite.  These are the books that so-called avant-guard mainstream booksellers like Amazon.com would not carry.  We have always received our orders from them in a fair and timely manner.


    Weisman Publications

    The below supplier takes orders on line and the links in the book title take you to their shopping cart/payment center.  below is their description of their bookstore:

    Weisman Publications is an independent publisher, bookseller, and researcher featuring books and pamphlets on pertinent topics for the times we live in. We offer material on controversial issues, historical facts concealed by the educational system, forgotten legal rights, insights to our heritage and culture, Scriptural truths that have been corrupted by mainline churches, etc.  Our aim is to help you seek out the truth and find information in such areas without relying on establishment sources.

    "Seek, and you shall find." --Matthew 7:7
     

    God's Covenant People Yesterday, Today and Forever (Highly Recommended!), by Evangelist Ted Weiland.  The question of who are God's people was a fundamentally important and key issue throughout Bible history. Due to God's promises, blessings and prophecies, the issue is still important today -- for God's Israel people are the same "yesterday, today and forever." No one can truly understand the Bible or current events without understanding who are God's people and who are not. Contents include:

    * God's Plan for Physical Israel -- Shows why God still works with a physical rather than a spiritual people.
    * Israel in the New Testament -- Why the New Testament was written for and about the same race of people as in the Old Testament.
    * Are Today's Jews Israelites? -- Reveals how the modern day Jew is falsely identified as Israelites.
    * The Aspects of Israel's Scriptural Identity -- Scriptural evidence  from a National, Geographical and Spiritual perspective showing the white Europeans as God's Israel people.
    460 pages, 700+ footnote references, soft cover, $16.00

     

    WHO IS ESAU-EDOM? (Highly Recommended!) By Charles A. Weisman.  Identifies modern day so-called Jews, not as of Israel, as they would have you believe, but rather as blood descendants of Esau.  There are more direct quotes by Jews about Jews than most could fathom.  This book isn't so-called antiSemetic, but the truth, most times from the Jews themselves about Jews.

         Thorough, documented and illustrated study of the Edomites (descendant of Esau, Jacob's bother), yesterday and today. Understand their present role in world politics, and their soon demise.

             In the ancient time and land of the Bible, nearly 4,000 years ago, Rebekah, the wife of the patriarch Isaac, was informed by God that she would give birth to twins whose fate would be as diverse as their character. 

           The dissimilar and conflicting character and destiny of these twins, Esau  and Jacob, would have the most profound impact on future events in the world.  This book traces the life & destiny of  Esau and his descendants, the Edomites, to the present day, and   their connection with modern Jewry.
     
           The analysis of the history and Scriptural insight of Esau and the Edomites will unveil and explain many of the problems in the world; it will offer a new perspective on wars, economic crisis,  hate crimes, political conspiracies, Zionism, anti-Semitism,  anti-Christianity, government corruption and the Jewish issue.

          The question of "Who is Esau-Edom" undoubtedly involves the most stupendous drama ever enacted in the annals of man.  136 pages, soft cover, 170 footnote references, $8.00
     

      


     

    The below are from another supplier, this one doesn't accept orders on-line.

    Christian Research

         You may want to ask not to be put on their mailing list.  Ask for a catalog; it is quite extensive!  Order the below books directly from:


    Christian Research
    P.O. Box 385
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas [ 72632-0385 ]
    Phone / FAX: (501) 253-7185 * E-Mail

    RC143 WHO BROUGHT THE SLAVES TO AMERICA? (Highly Recommended!) Popular reprint documenting Jewish involvement in the slave trade, ship ownership, etc. SC 2.50

    ID035 ASSYRIAN INVASIONS AND DEPORTATIONS OF ISRAEL by J. Llewellyn Thomas. An overview of archeological evidence regarding the House of Israel's migrations during and following the Assyrian Captivity. Illustrated. SC 3.00

    SU130 DID SIX MILLION REALLY DIE? (Highly Recommended!)  By Richard Harwood. Also titled Six Million Lost and Found, this well-illustrated treatise (many photos) reviews the data: emigration figures, camp populations, the absurdity of using Zyklon-B as a method of mass extermination, the faked "atrocity photos," and more. Packed with pictures! SC 4.50

    SU150 FACTS ARE FACTS   by Benjamin Freedman. Here's one written by a (maverick) Jew. Correspondence between Jews concerning the seedier aspects of the Babylonian Talmud. SC 3.75

    SU240 JEWISH RITUAL MURDER (Highly Recommended!)  by Arnold Leese. Arguably the most controversial book in print, this looks at the Jewish ritual of Purim (a Talmudic mis-reading of the Israelite book of Esther), including child sacrifice and genocide. Talk show host Oprah Winfrey caught hell for airing the topic a few years ago. SC 3.75

    SU250 JEWS AND THEIR LIES by Martin Luther. Today's "more enlightened" Lutheran clergy (the ELCA) disclaim this diatribe, written late in the Protestant reformer's life, but only after he had examined the Babylonian Talmud. Read Luther's reaction to the Jews' debt-usury (fractional reserve) banking practice, which led to their expulsion from most European nations at one time or another. SC 4.00

    ID298 ICELAND'S GREAT INHERITANCE by Adam Rutherford. Despite habitual confusion of "Jew" and "Judah," this is a good study of promises to Benjamin's descendants. SC 2.50

    HS262 TRAGEDY AND HOPE by Carroll Quigley. An important overview of 20th century history from a Georgetown alumnus and mentor of Bill Clinton. Quigley was a philosophical one-worlder, but wrote frankly. HC 40.00

     


     

    Radical Truth in History
    by revisionist Michael A. Hoffman II

     

     

    Judaism's Strange Gods  by Michael A. Hoffman

    In this scholarly and deeply considered work, the author documents his provocative thesis that Judaism is not the religion of the Old Testament, but the newly formalized belief system of the Pharisees, which arose in Babylon with the commitment of the formerly oral "tradition of the elders" to writing, in the wake of the crucifixion of Israel's Messiah and the destruction of the Temple. Basing his findings on authoritative Judaic sources, Hoffman demonstrates that Judaism is a man-made religion of tradition and superstition, which represents the institutionalized nullification of Biblical law and doctrine. 6 x 9 quality paperback. 144 pp. Glossary, notes, bibliography, illustrations and index.

    Judaism was a newly formalized belief system of the Pharisees, which arose in Babylon with the commitment of the oral "tradition of the elders" to writing after the destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70. Judaism is a man-made religion of Talmudic tradition and Kabalistic superstition, which represents the institutionalized nullification of Biblical law and doctrine. Judaism's God is not the God of the Bible, but the strange gods of Talmud and Kabbalah and the racial self-worship they inculcate.

    Topics: The Karaites: persecuted by the rabbis for heeding only the Bible and refusing the Talmud. Magic and demonology in mainstream Judaism. Only fully complete list in print of libels against Jesus and Mary in the Gemara, Zohar and Toldot Yeshu. Jesus' sayings against the basis of the Talmud. The Kabbalah as the source for the secret philosophy of the Rosicrucians and Freemasons. Clear definitions and explanations of such complex categories as Aggadah, Gemara, Halakhah, Mishnah, Midrash, Tanakh, Torah, Targum, Zohar and the genre of Judaic folklore represented by the Toldot Yeshu. A mine of information, fully indexed for easy reference. 6 x 9 quality softcover. 144 pages. $ 12.95

     

    Talmud Exposés

    The Plot Against ChristianityThe Plot Against Christianity by Elizabeth Dilling (super-highly recommended by WBSG!!!)

     

     

     

    The Talmud Unmasked: The Secret Rabbinical Teachings Concerning Christians by I. B. Pranaitis

     

     

     

    Computer Software & Pictures and Charts...
    | Back to Category Listing  |

    All Computer Software has "SOFTWARE" in front of it, all others are books.

    SOFTWARE:  PC Study Bible Version 4 Reference Library Plus
    (Highly Recommended!  It's the Bible Software that we use in these studies.)

    PC Study Bible Version 4 Reference Library Plus

     

    BIBLESOFT
    Buy New $199.95!
     
    ESRB Rating: Everyone (Content suitable for persons age 6 or older.)
    Format: CD
    Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional Edition, Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95
    Hardware Platform: Windows

    Product Description: For those who want a more robust Bible software library, but do not want "too much", Biblesofts PC Study Bible Reference Library Plus offers additional commentaries and dictionaries as well as other valuable reference works. Heres what is included:
    BIBLES & CONCORDANCES: NIV, NKJV, KJV, ASV, NLT, NASB & NASB Updated Edition, RVR (Spanish), Exhaustive Concordances
    CROSS REFERENCES: Nave's Topical Bible, Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
    DICTIONARIES & ENCYCLOPEDIAS: Nelson, Fausset, New Unger, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
    COMMENTARY SETS: Matthew Henry, Jamieson, Fausset & Brown, Adam Clarke, Barnes' Notes
    GREEK & HEBREW HELPS: Strong's Concordance, Englishman's Concordance, Thayer's Greek Definitions, BDB Hebrew Definitions, Interlinear Bible [!] [Greek & Hebrew Manuscripts w/Strong's numbers]
    WORD STUDIES: Vine's Expository Dictionary
    OTHER STUDY HELPS: Bible Maps & Photos, Hymnal, Personal Notes, Biblesoft Authoring System, Appendable Clipboard, Bible Reading Planner
    BONUS CONTENT: Included: 50 free titles from famous Christian writers like Luther, Wesley, Bunyan, and more / Upon registration: Spurgeon's Encyclopedia of Sermons, The Apocalypse by J.A. Seiss, The Fundamentals of Christianity by R.A. Torrey
      (Approx. $200.00)

    • SOFTWARE: Biblesoft PC Study Bible New Reference Library 3.0: (Not complete library, but upgradable at a later time with add-on modules): This is the same program as the above version, however this one doesn't include all the resources, but you can upgrade as you go along. Platform: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT. Media: CD-ROM. Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours. Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. Features:Instantly provides information about every Bible passage or topic. Includes authoring system that allows user to create study materials. Can be expanded through addition of materials from user or third parties. Includes reference works and translations of the Bible. Bonus for registration includes Spurgeon's Encyclopedia of Sermons. System requirements: 80486 or higher processor (Pentium recommended). Windows 95, 98, or higher. 9 MB hard disk space minimum (221 MB for full installation). CD-ROM drive (2x or faster recommended) . Mouse or compatible pointing device. (Approx. $90.00)
    • SOFTWARE: Webster's 1828 Dictionary: (Highly Recommended!) The Webster's 1828 Dictionary is the first English Language Dictionary. The value to the Bible student of this particular dictionary is in that it explains the English words and definitions from the time of the 'Biblical English.' It defines those archaic words found in your King James Bible. It gives the definition of the 'Old English' words that were in existence around the time of the translation of the King James Bible. This is the first time this work is available in computer format, two written volumes on one disc. It allows for 'copy & paste' and printing of definitions. (Approx. $29.00)
    • Almanac of Bible Facts: Includes a history of the Bible, a survey of the everyday world of the Bible, detailed maps of the journeys of the Bible's most famous figures, lists of miracles, angels, women in the Bible, and much more. Learn about the history of the Bible, examine detailed maps of the journeys of its most famous figures, and acquaint oneself with its everyday world, including customs, clothing, music and social life. An easy-to-use, all-in-one reference, this book also contains a "Who's Who" section of important characters in the Bible, an overview of Bible-making and translation through the ages, and notes on geographical places in the Bible. Very reasonably priced. Paperback - 256 pages (June 1997); Dimensions (in inches): 0.79 x 6.91 x 4.24 (Approx $5-$6)
    • The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Temple: An unbelievable price for this book of pictures of a realistic model reproduction of the Temple - lifelike. Also pictures of the site of the Temple in Jerusalem. This is a book full of quality pictures. Handy reference guide to help you get a feel for the scriptures describing the Temple. Large 0.20 x 10.39 x 7.54 Dimensions (in inches). (Approx. $7-$8)
    • Atlas of the Bible Lands: A 9" x 11" book of pictures . This illustrated Atlas of the Bible contains terrain maps, photographs, city plans, diagrams, time charts of Bible history, and a gazetteer-index. Biblical sites may be found on easily readable up-to-date maps. Settings of stories are richly illustrated. Maps, plans, and photos combine to bring to the reader an immediate perception of the places in which events occurred.

    | Back to Category Listing  |

    In His Service:
                  Nick Goggin   

    Editor;
    WATCHMEN BIBLE STUDY GROUP

     Contact Editor  | Bible studies  | Newer students  |  Bible Q & A's  Study tools  | Search our site
    Library/Bookstore  Statement of faith  New material on site  | Join our mailing list  Home Page | Donate

    NOTE: To insure quality and content integrity, these In-depth Bible Studies are © copyrighted  and may only be downloaded for study and shared private use.  They may not be reproduced or distributed for sale or publication without prior written approval.  Other Christian Web sites are welcome to link up to this Website or any page on it.