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Teaching CDs Transformed into Kindle Books


Most of Scroll Publishing's book titles are now available as Kindle books. The Kindle price is normally less than the regular retail price of the printed version. All Kindle books have to be purchased from Amazon, as Amazon does not allow others to sell Kindle books. You can purchase the Scroll Publishing titles available in Kindle format by clicking on the various links below.

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David Bercot. God didnít place us on earth so that we can build our own personal kingdoms. No, He intends for us to make lasting contributions to His Kingdom during our lifetimes. Drawing heavily from Jesusí parable of the talents (Mt. 25), Bercot shows that building up Godís Kingdom is not optional for Christians. Jesus requires it!


This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book:  Be Ashamed to Die--Until You Have Won Some Victory for the Kingdom
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D. Bercot. In this message, Bercot explains what the kingdom of God is, why it was the theme of Jesusí and the apostlesí preaching, and what difference it makes in the life of a Christian when we understand the Kingdom of God.

This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to Amazonís Kindle book of The Kingdom of God: Kingdom of God


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What the Early Christians Believed About Entertainment. Discusses the arena, theater, and sporting events of that time period and explains how the early Christians were different from the world of their day.


This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book:   What the Early Christians Believed About Entertainment

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What the Early Christians Believed About the Head Covering, or woman's prayer veil. What was Paul referring to in 1 Corinthians 11? A veil? Long hair? A custom that only applied to the Corinthians?

This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book: What the Early Christians Believed About the Head Covering


S-What-We-Could-Learn-Kindl.jpg Kindle book: What We Could Learn From the Early Christians--But Don't
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There are many things that Christians today could learn from the early church, such as: a better understranding of New Testament Greek, grasping the mindset of New Testament Christians, and obtaining accurate historical and social background information. So why don't we? In this message, Bercot explains why we don't learn from them, but what you as an individual Christian can do about it.


This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book:  What We Could Learn From the Early Christians-But Don't
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What The Early Christians Believed About the Two Kingdoms. The average Christian today has never even heard of the doctrine called "the two kingdoms." Yet, it was a fundamental belief of the primitive church. Without understanding the concept of the two kingdoms, we cannot really embrace apostolic Christianity.

This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book: What the Early Christians Believed About the Two Kingdoms


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What The Early Christians Believed About War. Jesus taught his followers to love their enemies. Did this mean that they could not go to war against them? How literally did the early Christians take Jesus' teachings?

This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book: What the Early Christians Believed About War


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In this audio message, David Bercot introduces his listeners to the most important figures in the early church (A. D. 90-325). This helpful disc includes church leaders, writers, martyrs, and heretics. He provides biographical information about each of these persons and explains why they are remembered. . . . more.

This message was originally presented as an audio CD. That audio recording has now been transcribed and is available to read as a Kindle ebook. To purchase the Kindle book, please click on the following link. It will take you directly to this Amazon Kindle book:   Who Is Who in the Early Church