The Truth About Jesus: Is He a Myth?

Did Jesus Christ really exist? A rationalist answer to the question is given here by an ordained minister, independent preacher, and lecturer on “independent religion”, M. M. Mangasarian. Though the full work was a series of studies from several additional authors from the Independent Religious Society in Chicago, this production highlights Mangasarian’s contribution. Amazon/Audible •…

Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story

These are the memoirs of the US Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire during World War I, abridged for this production in order to focus on the mass deportations and systematic killings of Turkey’s Armenian population. This work is a renowned primary source for this Armenian Genocide, a crime since recognized by 29 countries. Ambassador Morgenthau…

An Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Part I

Book One of a history of the Christian churches in England, of England generally, and of Anglo-Saxon culture. It is the best known work of Venerable Bede, an English monk from northern England, and includes Julius Caesar’s invasion in 55 BC, an account of Christianity in Roman Britain, the martyrdom of St. Alban, and the…

Washington’s Masonic Correspondence

George Washington’s Masonic Correspondence as Found Among the Washington Papers in the Library of Congress allows for an insight of the great esteem in which the first President held Freemasonry. Since his early days, Washington had been an honored member of the fraternity, formerly established in England in 1717. This work groups the material together…

The Works of Julius Caesar: The Gallic Wars

Contained here is Julius Caesar’s own account of his military adventures in Gaul at the head of the Roman army, uniquely presented in Caesar’s first-person perspective (rather than as a third-person narrative as in the original Latin). Included are seven sections (“books”) of the Gallic War, each encompassing one year of Caesar’s battles and intrigues;…