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Christian History and Spiritual Movements: CDs


Click on any of the titles below to read more about that title. Many of these titles are also available on audio cassette.

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Early Christian Writings In Audio Format
Hear the early Christians speak for themselves! In this audio CD, David Bercot reads some of the stirring writings of the 2nd century Christians that describe what Christianity was like in that era.
75 min. Audio CD.

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Dean Tayor The Anabaptists have constituted one of the most important Kingdom movements in the history of Christianity. In this series of exciting messages, Taylor first talks about the early Christians and kingdom movements prior to the Anabaptists. He then thoroughly explains the events and people who were important in the birth of the Anabaptist Movement in the 16th Century. From there, Taylor describes the Amish-Mennonite division and other key events in the history of the Anabaptists through today. This set of 22 CDs covers the following topics:
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D. Bercot. The Book of Acts ends with Paul’s first imprisonment in Rome. But what happened after that? What eventually became of Paul? What about Peter, John and the rest of the apostles? How far did Christianity spread in the 1st and 2nd centuries? Who led the church after the apostles died? What challenges did the new church face?

Happily, we don’t have to guess about such matters. The historical record of the 2nd century sheds considerable light on what happened during the 1st century after the Book of Acts was written. This message covers the period from A.D. 30 to the middle of the 2nd century.
60 min. audio CD.

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Alexander Campbell was one of the key leaders of the 19th century Restoration Movement, which sought to restore New Testament Christianity and end Christian sectarianism. In this pointed message printed in the Movement's newsletter, The Christian Baptist, Campbell speaks out against those in the Movement who, in his words, were becoming "Pharisees." A worthwhile message for all Christians to hear today.
60 min. CD

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An audio account of the history and beliefs of the Anabaptists—from their origins during the Reformation in 16th century Europe down to the changes in the 19th century and continuing through today. Bercot not only relates history but explains what made the Anabaptists so special.
70 min. CD

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The Anabaptist Vision was a message preached by Harold S. Bender at Columbia University in 1943. It is a radical Christian manifesto calling Christians back to the kingdom message of Jesus Christ. As Bender explains, “The Anabaptists were concerned most of all about a true Christian life, that is, a life patterned after the teaching and example of Christ.” This is Bender’s original message, read by Dean Taylor, author of the recent best seller, A Change of Allegiance. more.

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In this CD, Bercot discusses the history of Judea from the time of Nehemiah up through the birth of Christ and the reign of Herod. He goes into detail about the Jewish revolt under the Greek ruler, Antiochus IV, and the eventual establishment of an independent Judea. Among other things, he discusses the origin of the Septuagint, the history of the Pharisees and Sadducees prior to Christ, and how the Romans came to rule over the Jews.
70 min. Audio CD

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The Apology of Tertullian in Audio Format

There is no 2nd century work that gives the reader such a broad overview of early Christianity as Tertullian’s famous Apology—which we have made available in abridged audio format.
60 min. Audio CD.

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D. Bercot. Did the early Christians really meet in the catacombs? Did they hide there during persecution? Why were the catacombs built? What do the paintings on the walls of the catacombs tell us? In this audio CD, Bercot cuts through popular misinformation about the catacombs, and he answers the questions most people ask about them.
70 min. CD.

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D. Bercot.
The Roman Catholic Church claims that Peter was the first pope. It further claims that the pope, or bishop of Rome, has been vested with primary authority over all other Christians as "Christ's vicar on earth." The Catholic Church also claims that the pope is infallible when defining matters of faith and morals.

But is this what Christians originally believed? Bercot quotes from Scripture and the early Christians to demonstrate that Rome's claims have no basis.
70 min. CD

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D. Bercot. In the age of Constantine, the Donatists were the first ones to stand up and ask, "What does the emperor have to do with the church?" It was a question that needed to be asked, but the Donatists paid a heavy price in blood for asking it. Although by no means without their own faults, the Donatists left an enduring witness that is remembered to this day.
70 min. CD

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D. Bercot. The Scriptures speak of the “faith which was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). Yet, some Christians claim that the Church has the authority to further develop the faith. Did the original faith lack something? In this message, Bercot explains what the earliest Christians believed—those who had received the faith firsthand from the apostles.
70 min. audio CD

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David Bercot. Many Christian books and commentators today portray Jesus as the first feminist. These commentators typically point to the Mishnah to argue that Jesus’ treatment of women was nothing short of revolutionary in His day. However, Bercot demonstrates how feminist commentators have fabricated history in an attempt to show that Jesus overthrew the very order of headship that He—as our Creator—instituted.
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David Bercot. The essence of Christianity is an obedient love-faith relationship with Jesus Christ. Since the days of the apostles, very few Christians have had such an obedient love-faith relationship with Jesus, as did Francis of Assisi. Born into a wealthy family in medieval Italy, Francis gave up wealth and honor for the kingdom of God. He was even disinherited by his father. However, he and his band of brothers preached the gospel of Jesus throughout Europe and set an example for all Christians on what it means to truly live by the Sermon on the Mount. Francis even preached Christ to the Muslim sultan of Egypt.

Francis’ life is not only inspiring and challenging, but it teaches us much about God’s grace and His love for all people.
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"The Error of Imputed Righteousness" and
"How Should Christians Dress"


In this CD, David Bercot reads two of John Wesley's works: The Error of Imputed Righteousness and How Christians Should Dress. Wesley strongly opposed the teaching that Christ's blood does not actually deliver us from sin, but rather simply covers us so that we continue to live in sin. He also strongly preached that if we have truly been born again, it should be reflected in how we dress.
60 min. CD

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In the spring of 2006, headlines appeared across the world announcing that a new gospel had been found—the Gospel of Judas. National Geographic, who sponsored the translating of this work proclaimed: “The Gospel of Judas gives a different view of the relationship between Jesus and Judas, offering new insights into the disciple who betrayed Jesus.”

Really? The truth of the matter is that the Gospel of Judas is nothing new. In A.D. 170, Irenaeus described this Gnostic work in detail. In this message, Bercot explains what every Christian needs to know about this work and the other “newly discovered Gospels” that are making headlines today.
60 min. CD

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6 CDs for the price of 5!!
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Only $24.75 for the set of 6

Ever since the time of Constantine, “conventional” Christianity has compromised with the world. However, not all Christians have gone along with this compromise. In these messages, David Bercot introduces you to six movements of “kingdom Christians” who stood against the world:

Donatists     Novatianists     Nestorians
Waldensians     Lollards     Anabaptists

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The Lollards grew out of the reform movement of John Wycliffe. They (not Wycliffe) translated the first English Bible, and they turned 14th century England upside down with their preaching and kingdom witness. Although persecuted, they continued as an underground movement right up to the Reformation.
60 min. CD

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"My Testimony" and "The New Birth"

In this CD, David Bercot reads two of Menno Simon's most important works: My Confession or Testimony and The New Birth. These messages are just as challenging to the modern-day believer as they were in Menno Simons' day.
60 min. CD

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D. Bercot. The Eastern Orthodox Church claims that there have been seven ecumenical councils, whose decisions have the same authority as Scripture. But is this true? What really happened at these seven councils? What were their pronouncements? Who called for the convening of them?

In this message, Bercot demonstrates that the claims made about these councils are quite mythical. Not only were their decisions not inspired by God, they often directly contradicted God’s written Word.
70 min. CD

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In the first century, the disciple Thaddeus brought Christianity to the Persian Empire, establishing what came to be known as the Church of the East. This kingdom-minded church took Christianity to China, India, Southeast Asia, Mongolia, and even Siberia. At one time, these Christians encompassed a geographical area greater in size than that of the Roman Catholic Church. However, when these Christians refused to give Mary the title, “Mother of God,” the Catholic Church branded them as heretics and labeled them as Nestorians.
70 min. CD

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D. Bercot. There were two primary heretical groups during the New Testament period: The Nicolaitans and the Gnostics. Revelation refers to the Nicolaitans, and both Paul and John allude to the Gnostics in their letters. But the New Testament tells us very little about what these groups believed and practiced.

Both of these groups grew larger once the apostles passed away, and the early Christian writings provide considerable information about both of these early heretical groups. In this CD, Bercot explains how both of these groups originated and what they believed and practiced.

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Novatian was a learned and spiritually-minded Christian who served as a presbyter in the church at Rome in the 3rd century. However, concerned with spiritual laxity in the church, he broke from the established church and helped to plant one of the first kingdom restoration movements in church history. The Novatianist church lasted 500 years, surviving both the Great Persecution under Diocletian and the church-state hybrid begun by Constantine. Here is an account of their fascinating history.
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The man known today as St. Patrick was one of the most effective missionaries who has ever lived. In this enthralling CD, Bercot tells the amazing story of the life of Patrick. This is not a retelling of the silly legends about Patrick that fill so many books. Rather, this is the story of the real man, based solely on Patrick’s own autobiography. Patrick was originally taken to Ireland as a captive slave. The account of his escape, more.

55 min. audio CD

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D. Bercot. In the 1990’s, David Bercot used to travel and lecture on the topic of “The Spirit of Early Christianity.” Now Bercot has revisited that subject and prepared a new message on that same topic—incorporating much of his original material, supplemented by what he has learned over the past eighteen years.

There were distinguishing characteristics of Christianity when it was still young. However, many of those earmarks have been lost over the centuries. But it is not too late to recover them!
70 min. audio CD

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The Waldensians were the most significant kingdom movement of the Middle Ages. They began around 1170 in the bustling medieval city of Lyon, France. Here lived a wealthy merchant named Waldesius. One day, touched by the kingdom gospel of Jesus, Waldesius gave away all of his wealth and began preaching about the kingdom of God in the streets and marketplaces. Soon, he attracted many Christian seekers and founded a movement that spread the gospel of the kingdom throughout Europe.
70 min. CD

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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.
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Mix or match up to 4 titles. For evangelism only.

These are the same printed CDs that we normally sell in CD cases. However, instead of being in cases, all 100 CDs are on a spindle. You must supply the paper sleeves, plastic CD cases, or whatever packing you want to distribute them in. However, these CDs must be given away for free.

When you add this spindle of 100 CDs to your shopping cart, a text box will appear in your shopping cart, in which you can inform us which titles you would like on your spindle. You may select up to four different titles. We will place these on the spindle in equal quantities. In other words, if you provide us with four different titles, we will place 25 of each on the spindle.


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