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THE GREAT LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA

The Ptolemaic reign of Ancient Egypt undertook two innovative enterprises in Alexandria, the Lighthouse and the Great Library - one to light up the coast’s physical darkness, the other to light up the citizens’ intellectual darkness. While the Lighthouse was a renowned prowess of engineering, the Great Library was at one point the largest vault of human knowledge and the hallmark of Hellenistic scholarship. Comprising dozens of thousands of texts and parchments, the Library stood for centuries as the world’s learning hub.

THE HAPPIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH – DEMOS SHAKARIAN

Demos Shakarian, who has always presented himself as a simple farmer, was used by God in a surprising way through the global ministry of evangelization made up of ordinary professionals and entrepreneurs - the "Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International."

IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD – SINCLAIR B. FERGUSON

The title In the Year of Our Lord was picked on purpose, and while, according to the author, it doesn’t concern the church’s history, it does take in some of the most significant stories in these two millennia of Christianity. The book’s resolve has much to do with a notorious global tendency to diminish the influence Jesus Christ has had in the history of mankind.

FEATURED AUTHOR: INTERVIEW WITH ANASTASIOS KIOULACHOGLOU

Meet the Greek author and consultant responsible for the foundation of one of the earliest online forums dedicated to the study of God's Word - the Journal of Biblical Accuracy - still sharing the good news to this very day.

 

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SAVONAROLA’S DREAM

This is the story of Girolamo Savonarola and his dream of a holy Florence. Friar, fanatic, despot, martyr, heretic - many are the titles that throughout history have accompanied the name of Girolamo Savonarola, a figure that still baffles many historians both secular and religious to this very day. A Dominican monk sent to Florence in 1481, Savonarola gradually became the most influential preacher in the city, enthralling his listeners with vociferous disapproval of Florence’s immorality and political corruption. As his influence grew, so did the boldness of his claims: he attributed a prophetic element to them, seeing himself as divinely appointed to reshape Florence into a “New Jerusalem,” and deemed enemies of Florence and of the Church any who would oppose him.

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