The Conflict of the Ages
A Unique Bible Commentary
You've probably never read anything like this series. Beginning
at the beginning, the author starts with the creation story and adds
insights and dimensions that are amazing. There has certainly
never been a more readable commentary.
From Creation through the reign of King David.
How did the universe begin? How did the world get here? Where and how
did the human race start? Patriarchs and Prophets is a book about
beginnings. In fascinating, easy-to-read language, it describes exactly
how planet Earth-and the people who live on it-began!
From Solomon's reign through Malachi.
Prophets and Kings is volume two of the five-volume set that covers
human history from the beginning of our time-and on into the future.
This book begins with the reign of King Solomon and ends just prior to
the first advent of Jesus Christ.
Desire Of Ages
This book covers
the time period of the life of Jesus Christ.
The inexpressible desire of all ages cannot be found in things, fame,
power or pleasure-seeking. It can be found only in a Person. The Desire
of Ages is His story. This book will be the end of your search. Hailed
by a former Librarian of Congress as the best book on the life of Christ
for practical Christian living, it reveals a picture of Christ that can
hardly be more beautiful.
Acts Of The Apostles
From the death of Christ until the just before the
destruction of the Jewish temple in 70 A.D.
You will again witness the enormous power of the early church as you
read The Acts of the Apostles, a remarkable commentary on the book of
Acts. Then you are invited to request it-and experience it-for yourself
and your church.
From the destruction of the Jewish temple in 70 A.D.
until the return of Jesus Christ.
The Great Controversy begins at the dawning of the Christian era, traces
the rise and fall of nations and religious powers down to our day, then
plunges ahead to preview the future. And what this book sees coming is
not based on guesswork. It is based on a source of predictions that has
never yet missed in its prophecies.