The Great Secret
by Maurice Maeterlinck
Publisher: The Century Co. 1922
Number of pages: 288
This book, written by Nobel Prize-winner Maurice Maeterlinck, should be the essential text for those seeking the hidden origin of religion and the meaning of life itself. The author explored the world's hidden mysteries for many years until stumbling upon a startling insight.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Freda Hawkes - Smashwords
These studies pick out important parts of the bible, from the Genesis, to the last book, Revelation. Each study has notes helping you understand the context and the unusual words. By the end you'll have a good idea of what the bible is all about.
by Ralph Allan Smith - Canon Press & Book Service
The Trinity is the heart of the Christian gospel, but Father, Son, and Holy Spirit seldom occupies that position in contemporary discussions of the Christian worldview. This book helps fill the need by unveiling the Trinity at the center of reality.
by William Wrede - Harper & brothers
The present brief treatise on The Origin of the New Testament was originally delivered by the late Professor Wrede to an educated audience of lay folk. The reader will perceive marks of this in the direct personal style of address throughout.
by Jason King - Smashwords
A brief study guide to the principle construction, themes and topics of the biblical story. Covers both Old and New Testaments. Suitable for group or individual study. A recommended introduction and prerequisite to other comprehensive study guides.