When Warriors Fall

When Warriors Fall Author Carolyn Marie Hudler
ISBN-10 9781449754860
Year 2012-06-25
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher WestBow Press

Travel inside the mind of the man and woman of God who have fallen on the battlefield of sin. Realize the struggles and heartache of each one who has confronted elements of loss, defeat, and death. Delve into the heartbeat of many who loved God, yet found themselves steeped in sin, fighting an unseen warrior and struggling to find their way back into fellowship with the Lord. Discover God’s redemptive power and transforming grace that encamps around the fallen, who will once again believe that God loves them, and has a plan for their lives. Learn from Roni Simone about the confusion and social pressures that lead a woman to choose abortion, and walk with her through the trials she endures, in her fight to overcome and choose life. Struggle with Amos, who is enslaved by the temptation of pornography, and watch carefully as the forces of evil horde in to steal, kill, and destroy. Walk through the maze of disillusionment that is spun in Mara’s life by the spirit of bitterness. Prepare to change. You may in some way see yourself in the life of one of these characters, and discover there is hope. Steady your heart for the doors that will open as you realize Jesus can set you free. Armor up, as the Holy Spirit prepares you to go in to the battlefield to rescue a fallen warrior, and know that He will bring to mind the need for restoration in your life, or in the life of someone near you.

Proxy Warriors

Proxy Warriors Author Ariel Ira Ahram
ISBN-10 9780804773591
Year 2011-01-26
Pages 194
Language en
Publisher Stanford University Press

The book explains why some Third World states have centralized, conventional military forces while others rely on militias, paramilitaries, and other non-state actors using detailed case studies of Indonesia, Iraq, and Iran and offers policy recommendations for dealing with weak states based on this analysis.

The Templars

The Templars Author Dan Jones
ISBN-10 0525428305
Year 2017-09-19
Pages 384
Language en
Publisher Viking

A major new history of the knights Templar--holy warriors, bankers, priests, heretics--by the bestselling author of The Plantagenets Jerusalem 1119. A small group of knights seeking a purpose in the violent aftermath of the First Crusade decides to set up a new order. These are the first Knights of Templar, a band of elite warriors prepared to give their lives to protect Christian pilgrims to the Holy Land. Over the next two hundred years, the Templars would become the most powerful religious order of the medieval world. Their legend has inspired fervent speculation ever since. But who were they really and what actually happened? In this groundbreaking narrative history, the bestselling author of The Plantagenets tells the true story of the Templars for the first time in a generation, drawing on extensive original sources to build a gripping account of these Christian holy warriors whose heroism and depravity have so often been shrouded in myth. The Templars were protected by the pope and sworn to strict vows of celibacy. They fought the forces of Islam in hand-to-hand combat on the sun-baked hills where Jesus lived and died, finding their nemesis in Saladin, who united Syria and Egypt to drive all Christians out of the Middle East. They were experts at channeling money across borders, immune from taxation, and beyond the control of kings. They established the medieval world's first global bank and waged private wars against anyone who threatened their interests. Then, in 1307, bogged down in a faltering war in the Middle East, the order fell foul of the king of France. On Friday, October 13, hundreds of brothers were arrested en masse, imprisoned, tortured, and disbanded amid accusations of lurid sexual misconduct and heresy. They were tried by the Vatican in secret proceedings, but were they really heretics? Dan Jones goes back to the sources to tell their story, often in their own words. At once authoritative and compulsively readable, The Templars brings their dramatic tale, so relevant to our own times, to life.


Samurai Author Thomas Louis
ISBN-10 1402763123
Year 2008-08-01
Pages 205
Language en
Publisher Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

"'Samurai' explores the essence, truth, and wisdom of these remarkable warriors. It features renowned samurai warriors, their weapons, armor, and military strategies and illuminates their unwavering "Bushido" philisophy--the strict code of honor requiring absolute loyalty to their master above all else, and ritual suicide in preference to dying a dishonorable death. This book explores the spirit, body, and minds of these sublime paladins who long ago passed into legend, but still live on today" -- back cover.

Buddha s Warriors

Buddha s Warriors Author Mikel Dunham
ISBN-10 0144001047
Year 2005
Pages 433
Language en
Publisher Penguin Books India

The Chinese Invasion And Occupation Of Tibet Has Been One Of The Great Tragedies. More Than A Million People Have Died As A Result. An Ancient Culture With Its Buildings, Literature, And Artifacts Has Been Largely Destroyed. In Kham, Eastern Tibet, In Particular, Where People Retained The Warrior-Like Qualities Of Old, Groups Of Men Banded Together To Oppose The Chinese By Force&. And I Am Glad That Mikel Dunham Has Been Able To Tell These Brave Men S Story In This Book, Much As They Told It To Him. His Holiness The Dalai Lama, From The Foreword In The Last Sixty Years, Tibet Has Been So Mythologized And Politicized That The Outside World Remains Confused About What Really Happened When Mao Tse-Tung Invaded In 1950. Buddha S Warriors Is The Story Of The Tens Of Thousands Of Tibetans Who Violently Resisted The Bloody Occupation Of Their Country And The Desecration Of All That Was Holy To Them. From The Farthest Reaches Of Tibet Kham, Amdo And Golok The Most Feared Tribes In Asia Mounted Their Warhorses And Rode Together For The First Time In History. By Their Side Were Thousands Of Buddhist Monks Who Renounced Their Vows Of Nonviolence, Grabbed Swords, And In The Name Of Freedom Charged Into Enemy Lines. Tibet S Only Source Of Outside Help Came From A Small Group Of Cia Agents, Who Secretly Trained And Armed The Freedom Fighters. Author Mikel Dunham Spent Seven Years Interviewing The Warriors Who Fought The Chinese, Collecting Stories That Otherwise Would Have Been Lost To History. He Also Befriended The Cia Officers Who Trained The Young Tibetans. These Firsthand Accounts Bring Faces And Deeply Personal Emotions To The Forefront Of The Ongoing Tragedy Of Tibet. Buddha S Warriors Is A Sweeping History Of A Nation And An Ancient Culture Under Siege. The Saga Of The Tibetan Resistance Movement Is One Of Brave Soldiers And Cowardly Traitors, Courage Against Repression, Buddhism Against Atheism, And, Ultimately, Of What Happens To An Isolated Civilization When It Is Thrust Almost Overnight Into The Horrors Of Modern-Day Warfare.


THE FALL OF PURPLE STAR Author Melanie Brown
ISBN-10 1477223576
Year 2012-08-16
Pages 132
Language en
Publisher Author House

Purple star is an angelic being, who is a star that shines in the night sky but also can transform into human shape living on the spiritual realm. This book is her story to what she has witnessed with the fight between heaven and hell and how earth is always in the middle. Purple star is a seerer and can see the path in which knights and warriors are to take. She is also known as a path finder as she sees things that others do not. This book is all based on the spiritual realm known as the angelic realm. She tells of fights between the light and the dark, a rescue mission and how her life becomes in danger, and a dark star angel that lives in the dark and who has fallen in love with purple star, and she knows it, but they both accept their own path and side they live. Many keep them apart, and the dark will not release him to be with her in the light. He is punished many times for protecting her to the point his life force flows from his body. Together they are a mighty fighting force their gifts combined, and they would withstand all that is thrown at them; one protects the other, and nobody would be able to come between them. The light accepts him as he has harm none.

Winged Warrior Forgotten Legacy 7

Winged Warrior  Forgotten Legacy  7 Author Richard S. Tuttle
Year 2004-04-10
Language en
Publisher KBS Publishing

In ancient days, the mightiest of dragons were fearless in battle against the foes of Kaltara. Those special dragons were called Winged Warriors, and they were revered by the elves. In Winged Warrior, the Torak meets a Winged Warrior and learns that she is to become his battlesteed. The Time of Cleansing fast approaches as the Motangans plant a spy deep within the ruling circle of the Sakovans. The mage-spy Aakuta is discovered on the Island of Darkness and condemned to death, while rebellious Khadoran lords conspire to overthrow Emperor Marak. The elven nation is beset by plotting from antiwar factions, while the Jiadin of Fakara threaten to abandon their defensive positions. With the whole world on the brink of a war where there will be no surrenders, no prisoners, and no negotiations, Vand's minions sow the seeds of destruction as they prepare to launch the invasion that will destroy all life.


Res Author Francesco Pellizzi
ISBN-10 9780873658621
Year 2012-01-09
Pages 372
Language en
Publisher Peabody Museum Press

RES 59/60 includes “The making of architectural types” by Joseph Rykwert; “Traces of the sun and Inka kinetics” by Tom Cummins and Bruce Mannheim; “Inka water management and display fountains” by Carolyn Dean; “Guaman Poma’s pictures of huacas” by Lisa Trever; “Peruvian nature up close” by Daniela Bleichmar; and other papers.

Destiny s Warriors the Beginning

Destiny s Warriors the Beginning Author R. Putnam
ISBN-10 9781453694527
Year 2011-01-24
Pages 678
Language en
Publisher Destiny's Warriors

The first in a series of 10 novels, a fantasy romance. Each novel is a cross of genres to include, science fiction, thriller, horror, action and adventure. Something for everyone Destiny's Warriors The Beginning by R.M. Putnam is an epic fantasy tale submersing its readers in a world of might, magic, mystery and myth. Passions run high in this grand literary opus. In Destiny's Warriors The Beginning, the reader is privy to a world where Gods demand bloody human sacrifices and mortal man is forced to appease the powers that rule over them. It is a world where lovers fall victim to their lust and mighty heroes face unspeakable terrors created by their own hearts. All of this is set against the backdrop of an ancient prophesy foretelling of great and terrifying events that will change the world of Gods and Men forever. A tale of betrayal, murderous plots, rivalry and forbidden love as guided by the hand of Destiny. What results is an exhilarating journey into the dark Underworld whereupon the heroes face the Lord of Evil and his henchmen. Destiny's Warriors The Beginning inspires its readers to empathize with the characters while they try to survive in an ancient, harsh world of magic, horrific monsters and the brutality of war. (2nd book in the series: Destiny's Warriors The Last Sacrifice, 3rd book in the series: Destiny's Warrior's Pure Evil) Paperback and eReaders

The Fall of the Roman Empire

The Fall of the Roman Empire Author Peter Heather
ISBN-10 0199741182
Year 2005-12-01
Pages 608
Language en
Publisher Oxford University Press

The death of the Roman Empire is one of the perennial mysteries of world history. Now, in this groundbreaking book, Peter Heather proposes a stunning new solution: Centuries of imperialism turned the neighbors Rome called barbarians into an enemy capable of dismantling an Empire that had dominated their lives for so long. A leading authority on the late Roman Empire and on the barbarians, Heather relates the extraordinary story of how Europe's barbarians, transformed by centuries of contact with Rome on every possible level, eventually pulled the empire apart. He shows first how the Huns overturned the existing strategic balance of power on Rome's European frontiers, to force the Goths and others to seek refuge inside the Empire. This prompted two generations of struggle, during which new barbarian coalitions, formed in response to Roman hostility, brought the Roman west to its knees. The Goths first destroyed a Roman army at the battle of Hadrianople in 378, and went on to sack Rome in 410. The Vandals spread devastation in Gaul and Spain, before conquering North Africa, the breadbasket of the Western Empire, in 439. We then meet Attila the Hun, whose reign of terror swept from Constantinople to Paris, but whose death in 453 ironically precipitated a final desperate phase of Roman collapse, culminating in the Vandals' defeat of the massive Byzantine Armada: the west's last chance for survival. Peter Heather convincingly argues that the Roman Empire was not on the brink of social or moral collapse. What brought it to an end were the barbarians.

Knighthood of Christian Warriors

Knighthood of Christian Warriors Author Donald Bell
ISBN-10 9781615795697
Year 2009-12
Pages 392
Language en
Publisher Xulon Press

THIS BOOK ADDRESSES VITAL QUESTIONS CONCERNING ENDTIME EVENTS DEPICTED IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION AND THE CALLING OF WARRIOR-SPIRITED CHRISTIANS OF THIS GENERATION. We are right on the verge of devastating events that will create great fear and chaos throughout the world and especially in our comfort-seeking nation. These are end-time events that are quite mystifying but extremely critical for this generation of Christianity to understand. The mission of this book is to provide a clearer understanding of these times by looking at biblical prophecy through our 21st century eyes. It is intended to feed the warrior spirit within that Christian remnant who are aware of the tremendous challenges that lie before us and are seeking guidance as to what we are about to confront, and how to "be ready." Hopefully, this book will encourage many Christians who are discerning that troubling times are about to descend upon the United States, as well as the entire world, to begin preparing now. Those who have seriously prepared will be among the Christian leaders in the Army of God who will stand strong in the glorious power of our Lord in the midst of these catastrophic times. This in-depth study of the Book of Revelation is truly a serious field guide to help prepare Christian warriors for the great tribulations which will precede the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ to restore His kingdom on the earth. Don Bell is currently a partner in a CPA firm in the Pacific Northwest. Additionally, he served in the Marine Corps for twenty years including two tours on the front-lines of Vietnam. He retired as a major at age 38, but was also enlisted for six of those years. Don also attended seminary where he received a Masters in Divinity and sometime later, a Doctor of Ministry specializing in Strategic Leadership. www.knighthoodofchristianwarriors.com

Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warriors Author ROBERT C. VALLIERES
ISBN-10 9781612345833
Year 2014-02-01
Pages 216
Language en
Publisher Potomac Books, Inc.

Robert C. Vallieres struggled to find his ônew normalö when he returned home after serving in the military. An accident in Kuwait left him suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) internal injuries, leaving him in constant pain. After clinics, bottles of painkillers, and behavior modification pills, hope seemed to vanish. Then a local weekly newspaper ad caught his eye: a bird-watching trip to see raptors in the mountains of New Hampshire. An Emily Dickinson poem that states, ôHope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tuneùwithout the words, and never stops at all,ö sprang to his mind. Wounded Warriors is VallieresÆs story of self-healing from crippling ôinvisibleö wounds through the help of birds. The problems of TBI and post-traumatic stress disorder do not have definitive solutions. His story of recovery offers a winged hope to thousands of military personnel who suffer these physical and mental battles.

Eagle Eye and the Fall of Creek Canyon

Eagle Eye and the Fall of Creek Canyon Author Ted Moore
ISBN-10 9780595431335
Year 2007-11
Pages 112
Language en
Publisher iUniverse

In 1871, Richard DuFour, a factory engineer from Saratoga, New York, receives a telegram from the federal government requesting his assistance in the development of a nitroglycerine factory in Creek Canyon, South Dakota. The copper industry is booming, and DuFour's expertise will facilitate its growth. He convinces his wife, Pamela, to leave their family inn in the care of her sister so that she and their ten-year-old son, Johnnie, can accompany him. As the family sets out on their journey, DuFour experiences an almost overwhelming sense of doom in the form of a vision in which people are crying out in terror. In their travels, they witness a tornado in Indianapolis and experience the effects of the great Chicago fire. Once in Creek Canyon, DuFour assists an old medicine man who has been cruelly harassed by some cowboys. Disturbed, DuFour reports to work and immediately tells the sheriff about the abuse he witnessed toward the native man. But the authorities and the local residents aren't as compassionate: they believe that the Indians are holding up mining operations, and they don't take kindly to the DuFours for supporting them. It's soon evident that DuFour must fight against the very people he was sent to help.