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Scripture Views of the Heavenly World
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Scripture Views of the Heavenly World

By Edmondson, J., edited by Thos. O. Summers

Nashville, Tennessee: Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South, 1891. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 249 pages. Illustrated by black and white frontispiece drawing. A vision of what Heaven will be like, supported by scripture descriptions. Blue binding with decorative imprint on front cover and gilt titles and design on spine. Cover spotted, some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, back cover scrubbed and spotted, interior pages tanning with some spotting of end papers, binding tight.

$12.00

Strange Facts About the Bible
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Strange Facts About the Bible

By Garrison, Webb

Nashville, Tennessee: Festival Books, 1976. Later edition. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 350 pages, indexed. Mysterious and fascinating facts from the land and time of our ancient biblical ancestors. Black illustrated wraps with red and white titles. Some creasing and edge wear to cover, back cover stained and darkened, interior pages tanning, some spotting of page edges, binding appears tight.

$8.00

"Shoe Leather" Faith
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"Shoe Leather" Faith

By Rosell, Garth and Merv

Saint Paul, Minnesota: Bruce Publishing Company, 1960. Not stated. Hardcover. Good +/good. Unpaginated, with index. 552 inspirational stories and quotations including "intimate stories of dynamic people." Red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Light edge wear with minor bumping of corners and spine ends, small scratch on back cover, gift inscription on front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight. Blue illustrated dust jacket with white titles on front cover and spine shows some edge wear with a little chipping, some scrubbing of back jacket, a little tanning, not clipped.

$10.00

The Divine Life and the New Birth
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The Divine Life and the New Birth

By Craik, Rev. James

Boston: E. P. Dutton and Company, 1869. Later printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 359 pages. A study of Christian doctrine and theology. Decorative green binding with gilt titles on spine, brown end papers. Spine darkened, with edge wear, some scrubbing and spotting of cover, corners and spine ends bumped, hinges a little weak, gift inscription "Betty Bruce Williams, From M. R. P., Nov 1917"on front fixed end paper, other inscriptions "Edmund H. Pendleton, Cincinnati, May 9th, 1882," and "Betty Bruce Williams" signature on blank page before title, purple stamp "Edmund Pendleton, Montpelier Manor, Laurel, Prince George Co., Maryland" also below other names, interior pages lightly tanned with a little spotting, binding tight.

$18.00

Magic, The Book of Symbols
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Magic, The Book of Symbols

By Langley, Kate

San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1994. Probable first edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. 39 pages, heavily illustrated. Charming little book exploring the magic and myth of symbolism throughout time. Rich purple illustrated cover with black titles, green spine with black titles, green decorated end papers. Very minor wear, slight bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages bright, owner's name on title page with date, binding tight. Dust jacket duplicates cover with minor edge wer, small crease at bottom of front near fold, not clipped.

$9.00

The Faith Club
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The Faith Club

By Idliby, Ranya, Suzanne Oliver and Priscilla Warner

New York: Free Press, 2006. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. 308 pages with questions and bibliography. Three women of different faiths come together to try to understand issues of prejudice and fundamentalism. Sky blue boards with matching cloth spine cover, gilt titles on spine. Minor edge wear, a little bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages a little tanned. Illustrated white dust jacket with red and gold titles shows a little edge wear, tiny tear at base of jacket spine, not price clipped.

$12.00

From Jerusalem to Jerusalem
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From Jerusalem to Jerusalem

By Montgomery, Helen Barrett

North Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1929. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 240 pages with index and illustrated with black and white plates. A brief survey of the expansion of the Christian Church and missions through the centuries. Illustrated gray cloth binding with black titles on front cover and spine. Some edge wear, spotting, corners and spine ends bumped and a bit frayed, interior pages tanned, a few pencil marks, former owner's name and dates on front free end paper with small number and blacked out area at top corner, binding tight.

$12.00

Modern Secret Societies
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Modern Secret Societies

By Blanchard, Charles A.

Chicago: National Christian Association, 1906. Fourth edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 294 pages plus appendix and advertisements. Fascinating little book that explores Freemasonry and related secret societies. Advertisements provide an interesting list of existing societies of the time. Tan cloth binding with gilt? titles on front cover and spine. Titles faded, some spotting of cover with edge wear, small tears in cloth at top and bottom spine gutter, corners and spine ends bumped, front hinge weak showing webbing, front free end paper missing, former owner's name and address "Rev. E. J. Fleming, 2923 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri" stamped on front fixed end paper, some spotting of inner pages, one or two ink notations, light tanning of pages, binding otherwise tight.

$15.00

The Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged
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The Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged

By Unknown

New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1889. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 664 pages. table of contents, indexes. Lyrics to 679 songs plus doxologies. No music. Black leatherette binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine, gilt page edges, black end papers. Wear to cover with scuffing and spotting, gilt titles bright, gilt on page edges worn, front free end paper tattered at leading edge, writing on black pages, front hinge weak showing webbing, some page corners bent, leading page edge or two torn off not affecting text, binding otherwise tight.

$20.00

The Other Side
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The Other Side

By Pike, James A. With Diane Kennedy

Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968. Book Club. Hardcover. Good +/good. 398 pgs. Biographical account of the controversial bishop's experiences in contacting his son after death. Inside the book is a newspaper clipping about Pike's death in Israel. Gray cloth binding with black titles on spine. Normal shelf wear to book, corners and spine ends slightly bumped, interior pages bright, binding tight. White dust jacket with black titles on front cover and spine is a bit darkened with age, spotting, wrinked and chipped slightly at edges, one crease in front near fold, not clipped.

$10.00

A University at Prayer
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A University at Prayer

By Payne, Alfred C.

Blacksburg, Virginia: Virginia Tech Foundation, 1987. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/good. Pienkowski, Joni. 53 pages, illustrated with portrait frontispiece. A handsome collection of the prayers of the minister that presided over public prayer at Virginia Tech for more than two decades. A very nice memento for an alumnus. Blue binding with gold titles on spine. Very light shelf wear with minimal bumping of spine ends, a little spotting, interior pages clean and bright, binding tight. Number 72 of 250 signed and numbered copies from 1000; author's signature on title page. Blue illustrated dust jacket with drawing of author and black titles is spotted slightly and has some edge wear, short tear and crease at top of back jacket inner fold, scuffs, small chip at bottom of front cover, a little creasing, number written in bottom corner of dust jacket near spine under ISBN, not clipped.

$15.00

First Christians
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First Christians

By Maier, Paul L.

1976. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Good +/good. 160 pages, illustrated with black and white photographs and color plate section. The rise of the Christian church in Asia Minor, Greece and Rome, following the ministry of Peter and Paul. White boards with gilt titles on spine. Very light edge wear, a little spotting, corners and spine ends a bit bumped, interior pages bright, binding tight. Green illustrated dust jacket with white and black titles on front cover and black titles on spine has short tears at top edge with creases, some scrubbing and a little spotting, tanning along edges, crease in upper corner of inner flap, not price clipped.

$10.00

Quit Your Meanness
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Quit Your Meanness

By Jones, Sam P.

Cincinnati: Cranston & Stowe, 1886. First edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 507 pages, illustrated with tissue protected portrait frontispiece and black and white plates. Introduction by W. M. Leftwich. The only authorized subscription edition. Dark red cloth binding with black decorations on front cover and spine, gilt titles on front cover and black titles on gilt title block onspine, beveled edges. Cover worn, scrubbed, with a little spotting, corners and spine ends bumped and frayed, spine cocked, spine a bit faded with most of title block rubbed away, hinges weak and showing webbing, tissue on frontispiece spotted and wrinkled, interior pages tanned and foxed, some plates detached from shaken binding.

$20.00

Pilgrim Aflame
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Pilgrim Aflame

By Augsburger, Myron S.

Scottsdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 1967. Not stated. Hardcover. Good +/good. 288 pages. A historical novel about Michael Sattler, a leader in the rise of the Anabaptist movement during the 16th century. Orange tweed cloth binding with black titles on spine. Minor shelf wear, gift inscription and former owner's address label on front free end paper, interior pages clean and lightly tanned, binding tight. Orange and white illustrated dust jacket with orange and white titles on front cover and spine shows a little edge wear, small chips along edges, particularly at spine front, spine darkened, a little spotting of jacket, inner corners clipped but $4.00 price intact.

$10.00

The Broken Chalice
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The Broken Chalice

By Augsburger, Myron S.

Scottsdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 1971. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. Wallace, Edwin B.. 136 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. A novelized account of a family's involement with the Anabaptist movement in Friesland during the years around 1540. Illustrated boards with white titles on front cover and spine, maps on end papers. Minor shelf wear, some spotting of cover, minor bumping of spine ends and corners, gift inscription and former owner's address label on front free end paper, a little spotting of inner pages, which are otherwise bright, black mark on back fixed end paper with a little chipping of binding edge, binding tight.

$15.00

A Whisper in a Dry Land
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A Whisper in a Dry Land

By Eby, Omar

Scottsdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 1968. Not stated. Hardcover. Good +/good +. 175 pages, illustrated with black and white photographs. The touching story of a young Mennonite missionary who was killed in Somalia by a fanatical mullah. Mustard cloth binding with red titles on spine. A little discoloration of cover in spine gutter, minor spotting and age wear, very light bumping of corners and spine ends, gift inscription on front free end paper, interior pages bright and clean, binding tight, top edges of inner coverand base of spine soiled. Illustrated dust jacket with purple titles on front cover and spine shows a little spotting, minor edge wear, corners clipped on inner folds but $3.50 price intact.

$25.00

Motherpeace
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Motherpeace

By Noble, Vicki

San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1994. Not stated. Trade Paperback. Good/No jacket. 276 pages with index, illustrated with black and white drawings and color plate section. The classic feminist tarot handbook with a new foreword by the author. Illustrated blue wraps with white titles on front cover and spine. Light edge wear, interior pages a little foxed with tanning along edges, binding tight.

$11.00

L'ame Elevee A Dieu, Par Les Reflexions Et. Les Sentimens, Pour Chaque Jour Du Mois, Tome Second
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L'ame Elevee A Dieu, Par Les Reflexions Et. Les Sentimens, Pour Chaque Jour Du Mois, Tome Second

By Anonymous

Lyon: Rusand, 1792. Last Edition (Latest?). Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. In several sections and in French. Calf covered boards with marbled end papers, gilt decorations and titles on spine. Most of spine cover shipped away, wear, staining and scratches of leather, corners heavily bumped and much edge wear, hinges weak, creases at corner of front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding a little shaken but all pages attached, ribbon bookmark still present.

$25.00

Conferences Ecclesiastiques du Diocese D'Angers, Sur Les Lois, Tome Premier
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Conferences Ecclesiastiques du Diocese D'Angers, Sur Les Lois, Tome Premier

By de Vaugirauld, Jean

Angers and Paris: Pierre-Louis Dure & H. L. Guerin & L. F. Dealtour, 1755. New Edition. Hardcover. Poor/No jacket. Two books bound together, title plus "Resultat des Conferences D'Angers, Sur Les Loix." in French. Full calf binding, probably with gilt titles on spine, red page edges. Most of spine leather chipped away, heavy wear and spotting to cover with scuffs and scratches. corners bumped, hinges weak, calf glued to fixed end papers, part of binding showing at hinges, interior pages lightly tanned, binding a little shaken but all pages attached.

$20.00

Checks to Antinomianism, Volume IV
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Checks to Antinomianism, Volume IV

By Fletcher, Rev. John

New York: J. Soule and T. Mason, 1820. Third American Edition. Hardcover. Poor/No jacket. 382 pages. A discussion of salvation by works vs. salvation by faith alone. Full leather binding with black and red title blocks on spine, gilt titles and bands on spine. Cover much spotted, stained and scratched with edge wear, part of spine leather missing, part of black title block chipped away, corners and spine ends heavily bumped and chipped, boards a little warped, hinges a bit weak, former owner's sticker "Charles Borwn, No. 4" on front fixed end paper with faint pencil notation behind it, also former owner's name and inscription on front free end paper, interior pages stained, and foxed, some minor spotting, leading bottom corner creasing of some pages, chip in bottom of last pages at binding edge, binding appears tight.

$15.00

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