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Religion and Beliefs

Holy Bible - Free Bible - King James Version
Holy Quran: English translation
The Hidden Treasure by Nathan Pitchford
Images of The Savior by Nathan Pitchford
Images of The Savior from the Pentateuch by Nathan Pitchford
100 Moral Stories by Akramulla Syed
Does God Exist? by Akramulla Syed
Knowing Our God by Nathan Pitchford
Biblemerica by Jack Brackitt
A Humble Courage by James R. Cowles
Logological Fragments by J.J. Loe
Hell is Bigger than Heaven by Mark Higham
Walking with Jesus in the Gospel of Luke by Anthony Perry
The Apostolic Successions - Bishop J.J. Payyapilly
The Hands of the Buddha by Susan Brassfield Cogan
Four Kinds of Knowledge by Loyd L Fueston, Jr
Essays on God and Freud by Sam Vaknin
Walkabout by Gregory Greene
Understanding Isaiah by Nathan Pitchford
Studies in John by Nathan Pitchford
The Living Word by Nathan Pitchford
Knowing Ourselves by Nathan Pitchford
Is Jesus an evolutionist? by Mike L Anderson
Self, Stuff, & Stomach - Anonymous
Introduction To Christian Apologetics By Dr. Johnson C. Philip & Dr. Saneesh Cherian
Five Quick Sermons by E Marie Seltenrych
Articles About Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy
Answering Christianity And Judaism - Vol 1 by Wael El-Manzalawy
Questions And Answers About Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy
Answering Atheism And Agnosticism: Hume by Wael El-Manzalawy
An excerpt from religion and beliefs free ebook Four Kinds of Knowledge by Loyd L Fueston, Jr: 'As St. Thomas Aquinas knew: things are true. Things are true just because they are manifestations of thoughts of God. I’m going further to claim that truths are thing-like, concrete in that they come to us, creatures, as aspects of created things, but more so in that they also are thoughts of God though they seem to be manifest in a different way than helium atoms or Mt. St. Helens. Then again, it might be that Aquinas did say this ...