The Bible is esteemed by many religious institutions and especially conservative Christians to be the inspired, inerrant Word of God. This doctrinal position affirms that conviction.
This case-bound treasure holds precious historical information about one of America’s most controversial heroes.
John Knox had a life of adventure, harsh imprisonment and brilliant scholarship.
With the support of Reagan's own words and writings and firsthand interviews with his family, friends and co-workers, Mary Beth Brown weaves a magnificent story of Reagan's quiet, strong devotion to God, sure to both inform and inspire.
John Bunyan's famous work, "The Pilgrim's Progress" is, next to the Bible, the most popular book ever published. This heirloom-quality reproduction will enrich your soul and your bookshelves!
In its pages can be found the fascinating history of the ancient world from the Genesis creation to the destruction of the Jerusalem temple. Updated from the 17th-century original Latin manuscript, this text has been made available for the first time!
This special edition copy of the Constitution of the United States was printed by the National Center for Constitutional Studies. It also includes the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27 and the Declaration of Independence.
F.A. Hayek gives an impassioned warning against the dangers of applying collectivist ideals to economics. This bestseller shows how increasing government control on economics leads to situations equivalent to those of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy.
In the 40th Anniversary Edition of this classic text, Milton Friedman describes his economic philosophy, explaining how capitalism is vital for economic and political freedom.
First published in 1952, “Witness” recounts the famous trial in which Whittaker Chambers claimed that Alger Hiss was a spy for the Soviet Union. This compelling account of espionage, treason and terror gives insight into 20th-century America.
In this research-based commentary, Paul Johnson presents a fascinating array of opinions and stories on the people, events and discoveries of the 20th century.
This gripping and epic masterpiece in Soviet literature contains Solzhenitsyn's views of Soviet life under Stalin. In this first volume, Solzhenitsyn describes in blunt and moving style the corrupt system that has absolute control over him.
The Federalist Papers are some of the most important documents in American history, yet their complex 18th-century language is daunting to most readers. Mary Webster’s essential translation is in modern American English – and addresses modern politics.
The central driving force of capitalism, according to Marx, was in the exploitation and alienation of labor. Karl Marx’s “Das Kapital” was the book that formed the economic and political systems that, in the 20th century, dominated half the earth.
A classic discussion about the relationship between economics and freedom, this international bestseller illustrates the alarming rate at which our personal freedom has been eroded by government regulations and agencies.
“Atlas Shrugged” expresses Ayn Rand’s renowned philosophy of objectivism. Rand weaves philosophy with narrative as she explores the role of human achievement and intellect in society.
Ayn Rand's instant classic is written with a ferocity that stems from her deep belief in the power of the individual. “The Fountainhead” tells the story of Howard Roark, a young architect who struggles violently against convention and conformity.
Bastiat's essay here is timeless because applies whenever and wherever the state assumes unto itself different rules and different laws from those by which it expects other people to live.
Pitted against the most destructive of human weaknesses, temptation, the great man must battle evil on a new planet – "Perelandra" – when it is invaded. The outcome of Dr. Ransom's mighty struggle alone will determine the fate of this peace-loving planet.
"Out of the Silent Planet" begins the adventures of the remarkable Dr. Ransom. Here, that estimable man is abducted by a megalomaniacal physicist and his accomplice and taken via spaceship to the red planet of Malacandra.
The final book in C. S. Lewis's acclaimed Space Trilogy, which includes "Out of the Silent Planet" and "Perelandra," "That Hideous Strength" concludes the adventures of the matchless Dr. Ransom.