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Milk The Doctrine of Christ


This book is written in order to share the sincere Milk of the word so that Lambs may grow up into young Lions. Jesus commissioned Peter to feed His Lambs (John 21:15). Paul wanted to feed with Meat but most of the time he found himself having to go back to explain and lay the foundations of what is necessary for mankind to understand in order for them to be able to enter into the saving work of God by Jesus Christ. This little book will focus mainly on those most basic doctrines which Jesus & His apostles preached regarding Repentance, Faith and Baptism.

55 pages

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The Gospel of Freedom From Sin and other Articles


This book contains SC Watchman’s personal testimony of what Jesus did for him in saving him from Sin along with a compilation of related Facebook Articles. What is wrong with the Gospel of the modern churches? Find out inside.

83 pages

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The Deer’s Cry


The night was May 1, 433 A.D. Multitudes of people had filled the region of Tara in obedience to the annual summons. On this night no fire in all of Hibernia was to be lit until the great royal fire was ignited by the high king. As the last of the days light faded a small company lead by a man named Patrick made a stand on the nearby Hill of Slane. Outside the fortress of the high king the druids were preparing a great pile of wood for their own bonfire. Suddenly a voice cried out, “Behold, my Lords, The ancient and venerable rights of Tara have been violated with unhallowed fire!” But who was this St. Patrick really? What forces were really fighting against him? Where did his courage come from?

117 pages

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Re – Published Public Domain Works

Note-Taking Journaling New Testament: King James Version

A Simple, No-Nonsense, Note-Taking / Journaling, King James Version, New Testament in 8.5 / 11 in.
Arguably one of the most basic designs that you will find.

406 pages

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The Book of Enoch

(1917 Translation by R. H. Charles D.D.)

The Book of Enoch is not part of the Biblical canon used by either the Christians or Jews. Many Christian groups regard it as non-canonical or non-inspired, but may accept it as having some historical or theological interest. It is commonly known as Pseudepigrapha, meaning that it may not have actually been authored by Enoch. The oldest copies of the Book of Enoch were found among the Dead Sea Scrolls in Aramaic, and have also been preserved in Greek, Latin and Geez Ethiopic. Older sections (The Book of the Watchers, etc) are estimated to date from at least 300–200 BC, and later sections (The Book of Parables, etc) are sometimes estimated to be as recent as 100 BC.

The Apostle Jude however actually quotes from the Book of Enoch attributing the 14th and 15th verses of his letter to “Enoch the seventh from Adam” and says that they were spoken prophetically.

The Apostle Peter also makes reference to the “angels that sinned” being “cast … down to Tartarus” and bound in “chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment” in 2 Peter 2:4.

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The Book of Jubilees

(1902 Translation by R. H. Charles D.D.)

The Book of Jubilees, or The Little Genesis, is an ancient Jewish religious work of 50 chapters. Jubilees is considered one of the Pseudepigrapha by Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant Churches.
It was well known to Early Christians, as evidenced by the writings of Epiphanius, Justin Martyr, Origen, Diodorus of Tarsus, Isidore of Alexandria, Isidore of Seville, Eutychius of Alexandria, John Malalas, George Syncellus, and George Kedrenos. The text was also utilized by the community that originally collected the Dead Sea Scrolls. No complete Greek or Latin version is known to have survived, but the Ge’ez version has been shown to be an accurate translation of the versions found in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Book of Jubilees claims to present “the history of the division of the days of the Law, of the events of the years, the year-weeks, and the jubilees of the world” as revealed to Moses (in addition to the Torah or “Instruction”) by angels while he was on Mount Sinai for forty days and forty nights.

216 pages

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The Books of the Maccabees

From The Apocrypha of the Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible

The Books of the Maccabees tells how the Greek ruler Antiochus IV Epiphanes attempted to suppress the practice of basic Jewish law, resulting in the Maccabean Revolt (a Jewish revolt against Seleucid rule). The book covers the whole of the revolt, from 175 to 134 BC, highlighting how the salvation of the Jewish people in this crisis came through Mattathias’ family, particularly his sons, Judas Maccabeus, Jonathan Apphus, and Simon Thassi, and Simon’s son, John Hyrcanus.

This printing includes illustrations by Paul Gustave Doré for the Apocrypha of the La Grande Bible de Tours

193 pages

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CHRISTIAN PERFECTION: Sermon 40 By John Wesley (1741)

There is scarce any expression in Holy Writ which has given more offence than this. The word perfect is what many cannot bear. The very sound of it is an abomination to them. And whosoever preaches perfection (as the phrase is,) that is, asserts that it is attainable in this life, runs great hazard of being accounted by them worse than a heathen man or a publican.

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CHRISTIAN PERFECTION By Charles G. Finney (1837)

The impression of many seems to be, that grace will pardon what it cannot prevent; in other words, that if the grace of the Gospel fails to save people from the commission of sin in this life; it will nevertheless pardon them and save them in sin, if it cannot save them from sin. Now, really, I understand the Gospel as teaching that men are saved from sin first, and as a consequence, from hell; and not that they are saved from hell while they are not saved from sin. Christ sanctifies when he saves. And this is the very first element or idea of salvation, saving from sin. ‘Thou shall call his name Jesus,” said the angel, ‘for he shall save his people from their sins.’ ‘Having raised up his Son Jesus,’ says the apostle, ‘he hath sent him to bless you in turning every one of you from his iniquities.’ Let no one expect to be saved from hell, unless the grace of the Gospel saves him first from sin.’

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How can a man throw a stone at the sun, aiming or intending to hit the sun? An individual is shooting at a mark, with the full belief that no man, whatever his natural powers may be, ever did or ever will hit that mark. It is an absolute impossibility that he ever should, with that belief, intend to hit it. For the same reason, while a man regards perfection in holiness as impracticable; while he believes that no man ever did, or ever will, in this life, attain to that state, and that it is criminal to suppose the opposite, — to aim at perfection in holiness, or to intend to be perfectly holy, is, then, an absolute impossibility. Now, the church universally affirms, and ministers every where preach the same thing, that no one can be a Christian who does not aim at perfection in holiness, or intend to be perfectly holy. The church and the ministry, then, almost as universally, hold it criminal for any man not to believe a certain fact, to wit, that such perfection is unattainable, the belief of which fact renders the existence of such intention an absolute impossibility. “Thus have ye made void the law of God by your traditions” If a man must aim at perfection in holiness, or he cannot be saved, he must theoretically or practically believe that such perfection is practicable, or he cannot be saved.

174 pages

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A Plain Account of CHRISTIAN PERFECTION As Believed & Taught By John Wesley 1725 -1777

“What I purpose in the following papers is, to give a plain and distinct account of the steps by which I was led, during a course of many years, to embrace the doctrine of Christian perfection. This I owe to the serious part of mankind, those who desire to know all “the truth as it is in Jesus.” And these only are concerned in questions of this kind. To these I would nakedly declare the thing as it is, endeavouring all along to show, from one period to another, both what I thought, and why I thought so.”
-John Wesley

181 pages

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The special doctrine of the treatise takes specific form from the following declaration of our Saviour to His disciples;– “If ye love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you forever; even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth Him not, neither knoweth Him: but ye know Him; for He dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.” The Holy Spirit had convinced these disciples of sin, had induced them to believe in Christ, to love Him, and to “keep His commandments.”

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Dialogue With Trypho & On The Resurrection By Justin Martyr (155 – 160 A.D.)

 The Dialogue of Christian Philosopher Justin Martyr with Trypho the Jew and his companions concerning Jesus the Christ, to which is also added On The Resurrection in which he discussed the resurrection of the physical body being redeemed from corruption at the coming of the LORD.

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The Writings of Athenagoras the Athenian Philosopher & Christian (176 – 177 A.D.)

   Athenagoras was a Christian apologist who lived in the second half of the second century of whom no more is known than that he was an Athenian philosopher and a convert to Christianity. Of his writings there have been preserved but two genuine pieces;
“Apology” or “Embassy for the Christians” which was carefully written to plead justice for the Christians from the Emperors Marcus Aurelius Antoninus and Lucius Aurelius Commodus
& “Treatise on the Resurrection” which was written later than the “Apology”, and to which it may be considered as an appendix.

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Against Heresies: On the Detection & Overthrow of the So-Called Gnosis By St. Irenaeus of Lyon (180 A.D.)

Against Heresies is a work of Christian theology written in 180 A.D. by Saint Irenaeus, the bishop of Lyon.
Irenaeus argued that Christianity was passed down to him from the apostles who knew Jesus personally, while the Gnostics and Marcionites were distorting the faith. While the Gnostics offered salvation through secret knowledge available only to a few, Irenaeus contended that the true doctrines of the Christian faith are the same taught by bishops in different areas. While many of the Gnostics viewed the material world as flawed and from which believers sought to escape to an eternal realm of spirit, Irenaeus saw creation as good and ultimately destined for glorification. “I have spared no pains, not only to make these doctrines known to you, but also to furnish the means of showing their falsity; so shall you, according to the grace given to you by the Lord, prove an earnest and efficient minister to others, that men may no longer be drawn away by the plausible system of these heretics, which I now proceed to describe.”
-St. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyon

249 pages

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   The Apostolic Preaching was written at around 180 A.D. by Bishop Irenaeus of Lyon, who was ordained by Polycarp, the disciple of the Apostle John, who cooperated in collecting and compiling the New Testament before his death in 100 A.D.
   In The Apostolic Preaching, Irenaeus lays out the teachings and beliefs of the early church regarding God the Father, Jesus Christ His Son, the Holy Spirit, the Creation, the fall of Satan at the same time as mankind, the fall of the angels who took the daughters of men to be their wives, and the destruction of the old world by a flood saving only the family of Noah in the ark. Irenaeus makes clear the victory won by Jesus Christ on the cross, how He suffered for our sins according to the scriptures and died, that he might first descend into Hell to save those who had died in faith. Irenaeus also declares that baptism in water is the seal of eternal life, and is the new birth unto God, that we should no longer be the sons of mortal men, but of the eternal and perpetual God and says that the Father through His Son and by His Holy Spirit regenerates the believer in the baptism of water and of the Holy Spirit, so that the believer is free from sinful desires, that they might live in holiness.
   The Apostolic Preaching predates the Nicene Creed of 325 A.D. and the Synod of Milan’s mention of the Apostles Creed in 390 A.D.
   This English translation, by Joseph Armitage Robinson, from 1920, was translated from a 6th century Armenian manuscript, which was found in December 1904, at a Church in Eriwan in Armenia.

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ON REPENTANCE & BAPTISM By Tertullian of Carthage (198-203 AD)

    Tertullian was a prolific early Christian author from Carthage in the Roman province of Africa. He was the first Christian author to produce an extensive corpus of Latin Christian literature. He was an early Christian apologist and a polemicist against heresy, including contemporary Christian Gnosticism. Tertullian has been called “the father of Latin Christianity” and “the founder of Western theology.”
​​​​​    “To all sins, then, committed whether by flesh or spirit, whether by deed or will, the same God who has destined penalty by means of judgment, has withal engaged to grant pardon by means of repentance, saying to the people, Repent you, and I will save you; and again, I live, says the Lord, and I will (have) repentance rather than death.”
    “In the water of Baptism, which (upon a partial quotation of John 3:5) is made necessary, humans are born again; the baptized does not receive the Holy Spirit in the water, but is prepared for the Holy Spirit.”

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Against Marcion By Tertullian of Carthage (208 AD)

   Tertullian was a prolific early Christian author from Carthage in the Roman province of Africa. He was the first Christian author to produce an extensive corpus of Latin Christian literature. He was an early Christian apologist and a polemicist against heresy, including contemporary Christian Gnosticism. Tertullian has been called “the father of Latin Christianity” and “the founder of Western theology.”
   In Book I Tertullian describes the god of Marcion. In Book II Tertulian shows that Marcion’s evil creator which he called “the Demiurge”, is the true and good God. In Book III Tertulian shows Christ to be the Son of God, who created the world and who’s incarnation in the flesh was predicted by the prophets. In Book IV Tertullian continues with proofs from St. Luke’s Gospel; being the only historical portion of the New Testament partially accepted by Marcion. It gives remarkable proof of Tertullian’s grasp of Scripture, and proves that the Old Testament is not contrary to the New. It also abounds in striking expositions of Scriptural passages, embracing profound views of Revelation, in connection with the Nature of Man. In Book V Tertullian proves, with respect to St. Paul’s epistles, what he had proved in the preceding book.

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On The Incarnation of the Word of God By St. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria (318 AD)

    Before the rise of Arianism and the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, Athanasius of Alexandria wrote “On the Incarnation of the Word of God” in 318 AD at the age of 20 to answer heathen arguments to the contrary. In it Athanasius explains why God chose to approach His fallen people in the form of man. He states, “The death of all was consummated in the Lord’s body; yet, because the Word was in it, death and corruption were in the same act utterly abolished.” Athanasius resolves the paradox of the Incarnate by relying heavily on both Scripture and the teachings of the early Church. Athanasius also answers several objections to his account, many of which are still raised against Christians today.

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Against the Arians By St. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria (356-360 AD)

    In 325 AD, at the age of 27, Athanasius began his leading role against the Arians as a deacon during the First Council of Nicaea. The Roman emperor Constantine the Great had convened the council in May–August 325 to address the Arian position that the Son of God, Jesus of Nazareth, is of a distinct substance from the Father.
    Three years after that council, Athanasius became the bishop of Alexandria. In addition to the conflict with the Arians (including powerful and influential Arian churchmen led by Eusebius of Nicomedia), Athanasius struggled against the Emperors Constantine, Constantius II, Julian the Apostate and Valens.
    During the reign of one such emperor it was once said to him that the whole world was against the doctrine of the deity of Jesus Christ to which Athanasius is known to have replied something to the order of, “If the whole world is against the Truth of God’s Word; in the strength of the Lord, Athanasius is Against the World!”
    During the reign of emperor Constantius, Athanasius was banished from Alexandria for a third time. This was followed, in 356 AD, by an attempt to arrest Athanasius, who fled into Upper Egypt, and completed his work known as the “Four Orations Against the Arians” by 360 AD.

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The History of the Waldenses by J.A. Wylie

The Waldenses, also known as the Waldnesians or Vaudois, were a Christian movement of the later Middle Ages who lived in the Swiss Alps.

During the 12th century and onwards, the Waldenses were persecuted as heretics and endured near annihilation throughout the centuries. They were outlawed, hunted, tortured, murdered, and hated by the ruling Roman Catholic Church, because they lived by the Truth of God’s Word and did not ‘bow the knee’ to the traditions and laws of men. They kept the light of Christ burning amid the Darkness of the Middle Ages.

This book describes succinctly the conflicts they waged and the martyrdoms they endured in defense of their Faith and their Liberty.

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Free Reads & FanFiction by S. C. Watchman



Greek Mythology Retold

Susan of Narnia

“The books [The Chronicles of Narnia] don’t tell us what happened to Susan. She is left alive in this world at the end [of The Last Battle], having by then turned into a rather silly, conceited young woman. But there’s plenty of time for her to mend and perhaps she will get to Aslan’s country in the end … in her own way.” -C. S. Lewis

For The Honor Of The King

​”These be the names of the mighty men whom David had: … Uriah the Hittite: thirty and seven in all.” – 2 Samuel 23:8 & 39

A Dark Matter

​The following is my fictional sci-fi meets fantasy attempt at trying to explain my perception of the state of the pre-Flood Earth ..

The Redemption of the Dwarf

​The story of a Dwarf named Zack.

The Elder Scrolls Lore According to Penuel the Persistent

​This book examines the ancient History of the Gods and Races of Tamriel from a somewhat unorthodox perspective, but it does not apologize for not believing the religious record of the Aldmer.