This book examines the historical, Koranic, cultural, political, and all-conquering character of many of the followers of Islam. It also exposes the strategic plan of the Muslim Brotherhood for the USA, the as yet unfulfilled obligations of the Islamic States under the UN Charter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Organization of the Islamic Conference and its fifty-six member states. It concludes with a direct analogy and historical precedent to controlling radical Islam today as an all-encompassing way-of-life, namely the elimination of state Shintoism in Japan under the Potsdam Declaration of the Allies in 1945.
Bring Down That Wall is an intelligent read focusing on the relationship between church and state. Nicholas Papanicolaou explores the relationship between the Founding Fathers of the United States and further examines evidence that dissects the First Amendment, analyzes the Constitution. Well-documented sources enhance the author's insightful commentary and allow this piece fusing politics and religion to unfold in a clear and straightforward manner. Readers are provided with an education on republics and democracies and other politically charged content, resulting in a much-needed reading.
Since biblical times there may not be a more extraordinary, courageous, and inspiring story than that of the Knights of St. John, also known as "The Kinghts of Malta." There may never have been such a small force to so impact the courses of history. We are in need again of such noble and resolute souls who will stand against the great darkness of the times, refusing to retreat until the darkness is pushed back.
The Final Quest is a panoramic vision of the ultimate quest. It is about the greatest and last battle between light and darkness, which is happening now. Published in nearly fifty languages, it continues to call all who will go on to the greatest and most notable adventure of the age.
Leadership and creativity are two of the most powerful forces on earth. Together they have dictated the course of history. They can be used for good or evil, creating a wide swath across the human landscape. This book is a study of these two forces using interesting, real-life examples. It is also a simple, straightforward course on how you can develop leadership and creativity in your own life.
THE PATH is Book One in the Series Fire on the Mountain by Rick Joyner. The lion that is inside of you is greater than any lion. Written in the genre of The Final Quest trilogy, this is a prophetic allegory that goes deeper, further, and higher, illuminating some of the most important truths of our time.
Rick Joyner is the founder and executive director of MorningStar Ministries and Heritage International Ministries and is the Senior Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church. Rick is the president of The Oak Initiative,an interdenominational movement that mobilizes Christians to engage in the great issues of our time. He is the author of more than forty books, including The Final Quest Trilogy and There Were Two Trees in the Garden, The Harvest, and Church History.
General Jerry Boykin is one of the original members of the Delta Force and has spent the majority of his career in Special Forces. His work in this area of the military placed him in many battles--some of them legendary. He was commander of the Delta Force team portrayed in the movie Black Hawk Down.
We may not wear a uniform, eat in a mess hall, or dodge actual bullets for a living, but we are in a war--a very crucial one. Just walk into any room of people and you'll find immeasurable pain and wounds. On the outside we wear our camouflage well, but on the inside, deep within our own souls, we realize life is conflict. It is traceable to a single source: Satan, the adversary of our souls.
This study is the result of months of analysis, discussion and drafting by a group of top security policy experts concerned with the preeminent totalitarian threat of our time: the legal-political-military doctrine known within Islam as "shariah." It is designed to provide a comprehensive and articulate "second opinion" on the official characterizations and assessments of this threat as put forth by the United States government. The authors, under the sponsorship of the Center for Security Policy, have modeled this work on an earlier "exercise in competitive analysis" which came to be known as the "Team B" Report.
Tom Barrett has been publishing weekly commentary on his website, www.ConservativeTruth.org, for 14 years. In that time he has published over 1,000 articles. In response to demand from his readers, 100 of the best of these articles have been compiled by the Editor, Phil Perkins. These can best be described as commentary on social, moral and political issues from a Biblical world view. Endorsed by Christian leaders such as Dr. Nicholas Papanicolaou, and with a forward by Gen. Jerry Boykin, this is a book that is both enjoyable and thought-provoking.
Is God on America's side? Is it possible a providential hand intervened at critical junctures during America's wars? Is freedom important to the Almighty? Larkin Spivey, a decorated Marine Corps officer and respected military professor, believes so. In God in the Trenches, Spivey shows that when the nation's survival seemed uncertain, even doubtful, fate seemed to turn America's way, giving way to mysterious—if not miraculous—events. These events altered the course of history, leading to victory for the American military and enduring freedom for America's citizens.
In Stories of Faith and Courage from the Vietnam War Larkin Spivey shows real people fighting and living through a difficult conflict and confusing era of American history. His stories are presented in a daily devotional format with scripture readings each day, revealing the amazing ways in which God acts to empower believers and answer doubts. Every person of faith will come closer to God through these pages, and religious skeptics will see many of their own questions explored in depth.
Author Larkin Spiver uses the historical record to build a case that was it not for divine intervention, the American colonists would have lost the Revolutionary War.
I am a retired Marine that came to Christianity late in life. I have continued a lifelong interest in military history, but I now write about God's perspective on our history and the power of faith among those have fought our wars. As a former religious skeptic I always have the doubter in mind when I write.
It was through faith-fueled hope, diet, prayer and non-traditional natural treatments that Karen was cured, without radical surgery, harsh chemical treatments or astronomical medical expenses. She produced this book to share her story and natural healing methods with the world. In this book you will learn: How to maintain your health naturally; How to restore your health, even after years of abuse; How to increase your faith, etc.
Dr. Richard Drake and his wife, Karen, founded Good Samaritan Ministries and the Food 4 Work Initiative in Tennessee which became the Army of Compassion. Governor Don Sundquist of Tennessee dubbed him a "Four star general in the Army of Compassion" and recommended him to President Bush to direct the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Office of the White House in 2001.
Sex. Graphic killings. Profanity. Adultery. Flip on the television, head for the movie theater, or open a newspaper and you can't get away from it. How do you raise a family in a world supersaturated with media extolling toxic values that are not your own? Media critic Dr. Ted Baehr and legendary entertainer Pat Boone draw from their own extensive experiences and interviews with experts to help readers understand the power of the media and its influence on families.