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Angels in Iron
The year is A.D. 1523 and the island
has just fallen to the Turks. Those sailing away
in defeat from this
bastion are members of an anachronistic crusading
the Knights of St. John. Among
dejected company is a stalwart young knight named
Jean Parisot De La
Valette. Were it up to him, the order would have
defended the island to
the bitter end.
Forty-two years later,
history has repeated
The knights are again besieged by the relentless
this time the scenario is different -- La Valette
wears the Grand
Master's cape. More...
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mother dead, 17-year-old Aemilia arrives at
Soissons in Roman
Gaul in search of her Roman father whom she has
never met. She knows
only that his name is Tarunculus and that he is
a former centurion. She
finds an old man fixed on the past, attempting
in vain to kindle a
spark of patriotism in his countrymen.
Soon, Aemilia is caught up in her father’s
schemes to save the Empire
and the intrigues of the Roman nobility in
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I Am A Christian
Authentic Accounts of Christian Martyrdom and Persecution from the Ancient Sources
by A. P. Schiavo, Jr.
Christians of today face questions that would have seemed absurd to our ancestors. Did Jesus exist? Isn't the New Testament just a fairy tale? Aren't the accounts of the early martyrs just fables? I Am A Christian: Authentic Accounts of Christian Martyrdom and Persecution from the Ancient Sources aims to remedy this deficiency by providing a collection of the earliest and most trustworthy eye-witness accounts from Roman antiquity. More...
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Leave If You Can
by Luise Rinser
"Set in war time Italy, Leave if You Can
is basically one
long letter relaying the journey of two young
women as they struggle
with the direction God is calling them to
go....The book's back cover
describes the novel as exploring 'the challenge of
God's mystical call
versus the overpowering allure of the world.' I'd
add that that it not
only takes on the challenge to heed God's call,
but also how someone
might feel the draw to religious life." More...
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