Showdown at Big Sandy: Youthful Creativity Confronts Bureaucratic Inertia at an Unconventional Bible College in East Texas
Lulu.com, 01.10.2006. - 540 страница
Inside story of Herbert Armstrong's Worldwide Church of God as told by a student at the church-run Ambassador College, Big Sandy, Texas 1972-75. Story of youthful naivete and creativity in a world of biblical fundamentalism. "Difficult to put down" (Mac Overton, The Journal). "It's priceless" (Gavin Rumney, Ambassador Watch).
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The Story of the Worldwide Church of God
The 7000Year Plan
The Doctrine Against Interracial Marriage
How I Tried to Prove the United States is Ephraim not Manasseh
Afterward on AngloIsraelism Part I
Letter of the Law and Spirit of the Law
Quest for Immortality
Key Events in the 197374 Sacred Calendar And Other Timely Topics
Headquarters in Prophecy
The Most Important Holy Day
Faith Healing and Doctors
Creation and Origins
Afterward on AngloIsraelism Part II
Chaos Theory in Action
Is God Reproducing?
Meat Offered to Idols
The Return Home
the Song of the Quest
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