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    • The Coming Prince

    • By: Sir Robert Anderson
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 5 hrs and 39 mins
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    Robert Anderson was the second assistant commissioner (crime) of the London Metropolitan Police from 1888 to 1901 and a theologian and writer. The Coming Prince is a classic study of the book of the prophet Daniel. It closely examines every aspect of prophecy related to the Antichrist or "Man of Sin". 

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    • By Anonymous User on 05-21-19

    Regular price: $24.49

    • Spirit Manifestations and the Gift of Tongues

    • By: Sir Robert Anderson
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
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    In this work, the well-known apologist Sir Robert Anderson examines spiritual phenomena like glossolalia by searching the Bible and taking history into account. He argues that the theology of the "gift of tongues movement" reveals enormous ignorance and that it perverts Scripture. As an example, he cites Pentecost and how the glossolalists’ observance of it subordinates the core events to secondary ones of limited worth.

    Regular price: $11.89

    • Daniel in the Critics' Den

    • By: Sir Robert Anderson
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins
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    Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918) was an Assistant Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police. This book is his response to F.W. Farrar who had dismissed the historical claims of the book of Daniel according to the method of "higher criticism". Anderson argues that the book of Daniel was indeed written by Daniel, a Jewish official in the Babylonian and Persian court.

    Regular price: $27.29

    • The Silence of God

    • By: Sir Robert Anderson
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 3 hrs and 33 mins
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    The book addresses the question of the silence of God, especially when people suffer. It also deals with miracles, and the Bible versus the church. Several indexes contain further discussions on the subject matter.

    Regular price: $20.99

    • Ten Days That Shook the World

    • By: John Reed
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 10 hrs and 59 mins
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    Ten Days That Shook the World (1919) is a book by the American journalist John Reed about the October Revolution. He was in Russia on an assignment for The Masses, a magazine of socialist politics. He provides a gripping account of the events in Petrograd in November 1917 when the Bolsheviks seized power. 

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    • Heretics And Heresies

    • By: Robert Ingersoll
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 1 hr
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    Robert G. Ingersoll (1833-1899) was an enlightened freethinker and an advocate of rational thought. He argues that heresy is the name given by the powerful to the doctrine of the weak. He praised heresy as “the eternal dawn, the morning star, the glittering herald of the day" and "the eternal horizon of progress.” 

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    • By Josh on 05-25-19

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    • The Rich Are Good Natured

    • By: William Graham Sumner
    • Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
    • Length: 20 mins
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    Today, we are obsessed with the lives and the morality of the rich, particularly the top one percent. William Graham Sumner, classic liberal social scientist, Yale teacher, first American sociology professor, and essayist, presents some fascinating opinions on the rich, as well as well-constructed points in favor of wealth, in this piece first published in 1883. 

    Regular price: $4.95