Download PDF or read online Shadows of an Iron Kingdom Book by C. Litka and published by Chuck Litka. This book was released on 2021-07-15 with total page 193 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : “I’d like to believe that I can take the rough with the smooth. I didn’t complain about the hundred petty inconveniences of the Iron Kingdom. Not too much. It was the werewolves, super-humans, and mad scientists who haunted its black forests and ruined castles that got to me. Still, what did I expect in the company of Vaun Di Ai?” – Rafe d’Mere from Shadows of an Iron Kingdom. Rafe d’Mere and Vaun Di Ai return in this sequel to The Secrets of Valsummer House. Rafe d’Mere, after turning the Fix-it-all Shop back over to its owner, follows his heart instead of his head. Concerned after not receiving a radio-packet from Lieutenant JG Vaun Di Ai for months, he sets out for the planet of VanTre to assure himself that she’s fine. There, he finds that she has resigned from the Patrol – an unthinkable act on her part. So, with some help, he follows her to the small, airless planet of Ironlode, merely, he tells himself, to find out what she’s gotten herself into this time. It was danger, of course. Danger in a Gothic inspired throw-back society. A primitive, almost feudal society where mythical werewolves, the size of large bears, were said to roam its dark forests. As d’Mere discovered, they were more than imaginary. And even so, they weren’t the most dangerous creatures that inhabited those forests. Di Ai, d’Mere, and Di Ai’s new colleague, the all too handsome and charming (in d’Mere’s opinion), Tarvis Byn, set out to find the secret of these monsters. Shadows of an Iron Kingdom is the third book in the Nine Star Nebula Mystery/Adventure series. Set in the same universe of The Bright Black Sea, these stories chronicle the early adventures of a character we first met in The Bright Black Sea, Systems Tech, Rafe GilGiles, a man of a hundred names. C. Litka writes old fashioned stories with modern sensibilities, humor, and romance. He spins tales of adventure, mystery, and travel set in richly imagined worlds, with casts of colorful, fully realized characters. If you seek an escape from your everyday life, you will find no better company, nor more wonderful worlds to travel and explore, than in the stories of C. Litka.
Download PDF or read online Iron Kingdoms Full Metal Fantasy Roleplaying Game : Core Rules Book by Brian Snoddy and published by . This book was released on 2012 with total page 359 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
Download PDF or read online Iron Kingdom Book by Christopher Clark and published by Penguin UK. This book was released on 2007-09-06 with total page 816 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : 'Of the "Great Powers" that dominated Europe from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, Prussia is the only one to have vanished ... Iron Kingdom is not just good: it is everything a history book ought to be ... The nemesis of Prussia has cast such a long shadow that German historians have tiptoed around the subject. Thus it was left to an Englishman to write what is surely the best history of Prussia in any language' Sunday Telegraph
Download PDF or read online Prospects of the Ten Kingdoms of the Roman Empire considered ... Being the Third Series of ... Aids to Prophetic Enquiry Book by Benjamin Wills Newton and published by . This book was released on 1849 with total page 284 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
Download PDF or read online Iron Kingdoms Monsternomicon Book by Iron Kingdoms and published by Privateer Press. This book was released on 2006-06-01 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
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Download PDF or read online The Art & Making of Fantasy Miniatures Book by Jamie Kendall and published by Pen and Sword. This book was released on 2020-02-19 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : “Copiously and brilliantly illustrated with fine examples of what can be achieved in the realms of fantasy and dungeons and dragons wargaming.” —Books Monthly The Art and Making of Fantasy Miniatures is a showcase of some of the best talent in the industry. Compiled with the cooperation of eleven of the most innovative companies from Europe, the UK and USA, it shows what goes in to the creative process of taking an initial concept from two-dimensional sketches and translating it into a three-dimensional figurine ready for collectors and tabletop gamers. Game designers, artists and sculptors explain their part in bringing these miniature works of art to life. The book is lavishly illustrated with over 1,000 images, including concept art, work-in-progress sculpts and beautifully painted miniatures. The book features miniatures from games and companies such as Aradia Miniatures, Alkemy (Alchemist Miniatures), Avatars of War, Godslayer (Megalith Games), Guild Ball (Steamforged Games), Relicblade (Metal King Studio), WARMACHINE and HORDES (Privateer Press), RUMBLESLAM (TTCombat), Drakerys (Don’t Panic Games), Kings of War (Mantic Games) and Freeblades (DGS Games). “So if you’re interested in learning more about the miniature design process from innovative wargame companies, make sure to grab this book and start exploring the great artistic journey your miniatures undergo on their way to the tabletop!” —Wargame News and Terrain “Hobbyists can glean tips about making and painting large or smallscale figures or just sit back and enjoy the show.” —Toy Soldier & Model Figure “If you are collecting the various models then this has to be the best guide to see what is out there.” —SF Crowsnest
Download PDF or read online The Stand Book by Scott Burgess and published by TEACH Services, Inc.. This book was released on with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : Scott Burgess has crafted a most intriguing commentary on Revelation's Old Testament counterpart. Readers will treasure The Stand: Jesus in the Book of Daniel for its educational and devotional value. It not only aids in deciphering mysteries and symbols but also encourages and promotes complete dedication to our Lord and Savior as it highlights the central theme of standing unsullied in the end-time judgment. The author upholds the traditional Adventist methodology of allowing Scripture to interpret itself, and looking to history to confirm fulfilled prophecy. With that said, he also introduces a number of fresh insights. He highlights fascinating linguistic and conceptual connections with other portions of Scripture that many of us have not identified before. Those who pore over this tome will find a number of areas they readily agree with, and other areas that will require prayerful reflection before forming a decision, but nearly all will acknowledge Burgess' skillful manner of provoking prayerful thought and contemplation. What makes any book like this truly worthwhile is the presence of Christ. Burgess stresses the ubiquity of His manifestation throughout the book—as the One who rules the universe, past, present, and future; and as the One who empowers His people to withstand the fiercest opposition for the sake of faithfulness to Him and His commandments. Jesus offers the same empowerment to us, especially as imminent events parallel what the four Hebrews experienced. This 2,500-plus-year-old document speaks to us today.
Download PDF or read online The Last Chapter Book by Lorence A. Falkenberg and published by Xulon Press. This book was released on 2008-07 with total page 178 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : "Heaven and earth will pass away but my words will by no means pass away." To determine God's Word is omnipotent and true, one only has to examine the God-given prophecies of historical times which are now today's reality. God's prophetic words for the future reveal many events that will significantly affect mankind. This book is the culmination of years of studying and cross-referencing God's words as they pertain to the end-times. Designed to help the reader follow from Old Testament to New Testament, the map God has laid out for the earth's future, discussions include: 1.Christ's removal of the Church prior to the tribulation period 2.The seven-year plus seventy-five-day tribulation period ruled by Satan, the antichrist and the false prophet, culminating in the battle at Armageddon 3.God's responding wrath and judgements 4.God's promised Millennial kingdom 5.The great white throne judgement. Lorence Falkenberg is a retired geological engineer who enjoyed fifty-plus years in the oil and gas industry. Geology demands scrutinizing data and information down to the smallest of details, using an engineer's capacity for analysis. For Lorence, this attention to the facts and details carried over in his search for the truth about prophesied end-times. In his younger Christian life he readily accepted what many authors had written and what speakers expressed on the subject. It was not until he consecrated his personal search of God's own words that he realized there was only one omniscient source that could provide truth and reality, and that God's words needed to be rightly divided as according to II Timothy. He has been teaching end-times for more than a decade and was persuaded to write this book as a culmination of his years of study and teaching on these events.
Download PDF or read online Iron Kingdoms World Guide Book by Iron Kingdoms and published by Privateer Press. This book was released on 2006-06-01 with total page 400 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : Fantasirollespil.
Download PDF or read online The Political Destiny of the Earth, as Revealed in the Bible. [By William Cunningham.] Book by and published by . This book was released on 1833 with total page 54 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
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Download PDF or read online Nebuchadnezzar's Dream Book by Jay Rubenstein and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2018-12-03 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : In 1099, the soldiers of the First Crusade took Jerusalem. As the news of this victory spread throughout Medieval Europe, it felt nothing less than miraculous and dream-like, to such an extent that many believed history itself had been fundamentally altered by the event and that the Rapture was at hand. As a result of military conquest, Christians could see themselves as agents of rather than mere actors in their own salvation. The capture of Jerusalem changed everything. A loosely defined geographic backwater, comprised of petty kingdoms and shifting alliances, Medieval Europe began now to imagine itself as the center of the world. The West had overtaken the East not just on the world's stage but in God's plans. To justify this, its writers and thinkers turned to ancient prophecies, and specifically to one of the most enigmatic passages in the Bible the dream King Nebuchadnezzar has in the Book of Daniel, of a statue with a golden head and feet of clay. Conventional interpretation of the dream transformed the state into a series of kingdoms, each less glorious than the last, leading inexorably to the end of all earthly realms-- in short, to the Apocalypse. The First Crusade signified to Christians that the dream of Nebuchadnezzar would be fulfilled on their terms. Such heady reconceptions continued until the disaster of the Second Crusade and with it, the collapse of any dreams of unification or salvation-any notion that conquering the Holy Land and defeating the Infidel could absolve sin. In Nebuchadnezzar's Dream, Jay Rubenstein boldly maps out the steps by which these social, political, economic, and intellectual shifts occurred throughout the 12th century, drawing on those who guided and explained them. The Crusades raised the possibility of imagining the Apocalypse as more than prophecy but actual event. Rubenstein examines how those who confronted the conflict between prophecy and reality transformed the meaning and memory of the Crusades as well as their place in history.
Download PDF or read online The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine). Book by and published by . This book was released on 1830 with total page 542 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
Download PDF or read online Discussion Between ... John L. Shinn, of the Universalist Church and ... Mark H. Forscutt, of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Held at Rock Creek, Ills., August 10th-13th, 1875 Book by John L. Shinn and published by . This book was released on 1876 with total page 196 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis :
Download PDF or read online Daniel in the Preterists' Den Book by Thomas A. Howe and published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. This book was released on 2008-06-01 with total page 742 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/synopsis : In recent years, there has been rise in popularity and visibility of the debate about the last things. Preterists and Futurists have published books, articles, and even movies promoting their respective views. This debate has elevated the interest of the Christian public in eschatological issues. Along with the increased interest in eschatology, there has been a rise in popularity of the Preterist view, which holds that most or all of the prophecies about Christ's coming have already been fulfilled--that the "second coming" took place in 70 AD. Most of the discussion from those who espouse the Preterist view, however, revolves around certain passages in the New Testament, and their treatment of Old Testament passages is sporadic and selective. The importance of the book of Daniel in these discussions cannot be overstated. However, most commentaries on Daniel from a Futurist perspective have not dealt with the Preterists' interpretations of the key prophetic passages. There simply is no detailed commentary on the book of Daniel that addresses the Presterist interpretations of this important book. This book is a commentary on the entire book of Daniel from a Futurist perspective that specifically addresses the Preterist interpretations of the key prophetic passages. This is not a book that selects passages out of the context of the book and attempts to explain their prophetic significance. Rather, this is a commentary on the entire book of Daniel that places these critical prophetic passages in their literary and historical context, and then deals with the various interpretations of these passages as they fit into the context of the book as a whole.