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The People That History Forgot 

Associates for Scriptural Knowledge
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Portland, OR 97298-0990
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This book is a fully documented historical work that identifies in a easy-to-understand manner just who the people were who originated the world's religions. It concentrates specifically on a particularly prominent people mentioned both in the Old and New Testament (who were very important in the time of Christ and the apostles) but are practically unknown today by most people. Even historians and theologians seldom mention the impact that these mysterious people have had on the development of Western Civilization. Dr. Martin has produced a major historical study that all wishing to understand the present political and religious environment of Europe should read.

This book takes away the curtains of mystery that have surrounded peoples over the centuries. For the first time, you will read about certain important European national groups recorded in the annals of history who have all but disappeared in the textbooks today. You will discover who the people were who settled much of southern Europe and gave us our type of Christianity that we witness in the world today. Indeed, this book gives a modern identity of an ancient people who are as important in historical and biblical matters as those who wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls. This is one book that all people interested in prophecy, doctrine and history should have.

Potential markets for this book include historians, professors, theologians, Bible teachers, anthropologists, Bible students interested in history and prophecy, pastors and students of southern Mediterranean history.

Prices Details Reference
$20.95 US ASK #: BK04 ISBN: 0-945657-82-X


Table of Contents
Chapter Number and Title Book Page
  1 The People that History Forgot 7
  2 Were Fourth to Sixth Century Jews Idolaters? 13
  3 The Idolaters Were Not Mainline Jews 19
  4 Who Built the Idolatrous Synagogues? 28
  5 The New Testament Provides the Key 41
  6 Samaritans In All Parts of the Empire 47
  7 Samaritan Synagogues in Galilee 54
  8 Many Samaritans Became Christians 60
  9 Neighboring Nations of the Jews in Palestine 66
10 The Solidification of Rabbinic Judaism 76
11 The Race Change in Western Europe 87
12 The Effect of the Race Change 114
13 From Babylon to Syria 119
14 Syria Becomes the New Babylon 127
15 The Seleucid Capital Moved West to Antioch 138
16 Easterners Transform the Roman West 148
17 Eastern Philosophy Conquers Rome 152
18 The Jewish Holdout Against Idolatry 163
19 Islam and the People that History Forgot 180

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