Body, Mind & Spirit

The Templars

Author: Edward Burman

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

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The author tells of the extraordinary organization of warrior-monks who came to power during the Crusades: their wealth and power, the reasons for their downfall, and their passage into myth and legend.

The Knights of Ephesus

Author: Richard Robletto

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 108

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Be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. —Ephesians 6:10-11 Don’t be fooled! Christians are in a spiritual battle. The world may ridicule the notion of a spiritual realm, but Christians know that it is both real and potent. As the last days draw ever closer, we need a deeper understanding of this to help us prepare for the great battles that lie ahead for believers. In the Bible, the book of Ephesians gives the clearest definition of the spiritual war we face; author Rich Robletto has written The Knights of Ephesus to offer readers fresh perspective and profound insight on how we are to put on the whole armour of God as he describes the nature of our struggle. Backed extensively by appropriate, relevant passages from the Bible, Robletto reminds Christians that Satan is real. He cautions that unless we fully grasp what our role is, along with the fact that Jesus Christ has given us all we need to withstand and ultimately triumph over evil, we will be woefully underprepared and overwhelmed by Satan’s wiles. The Knights of Ephesus effectively highlights the great insight provided by the book of Ephesians and offers instruction on how to prepare for war and how we are to achieve victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Lion and the Leopard (The Knights of England Series, Book 1)

Author: Mary Ellen Johnson

Publisher: ePublishing Works!


Category: Fiction

Page: 305

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Love, Duty and Loyalty Collide in a Dramatic Fashion to Determine King Edward II's Future in the Medieval Historical Romance, The Lion and the Leopard, by Mary Ellen Johnson --Medieval England in the reign of Edward II, from 1307-1327-- Maria Rendell wants to be a dutiful wife to husband Phillip, but can't deny her attraction to their liege lord, Richard of Sussex. Loving Philip should be easy. She has married the knight of whom minstrels sing; the knight who saved Richard's life. But when Phillip abandons Maria to indulge his wanderlust, she turns to Richard, sparking a scandelous, passionate affair amidst the crumbling kingdom of Edward II. Meanwhile, Edward II's barons are rebelling, executing his favorites, while across the channel in France, Isabella, Edward II's wife--the She-Wolf of France—plans to invade England. Then King Edward is captured as Richard and Maria prepare to flee to safety, and Phillip returns to discover Maria's betrayal. The day of reckoning is now at hand--not only for Maria, Richard, and Phillip, but for that most unfortunate of Plantagenet kings, Edward II. From the Publisher: Readers with a passion for history will appreciate the author's penchant for detail and accuracy. In keeping with being authentic to the era, this story contains scenes of brutality which are true to the time and man's inhumanity. There are a limited number of sexual scenes and NO use of modern vulgarity. Fans of Elizabeth Chadwick, Bernard Cornwell and Philippa Gregory as well as Tamara Leigh and Suzan Tisdale will not want to miss this series. "Author Mary Ellen Johnson strides through history with the reader in the front seat." ~Karen Lausa ". . . it challenged my intellect as well as my heart." ~Margaret Watkins, eBook Discovery Reviewer THE KNIGHTS OF ENGLAND, in series order The Lion and the Leopard A Knight There Was Within A Forest Dark A Child Upon The Throne Lords Among the Ruins

A History of the Knights of Malta

Author: Whitworth Porter

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History

Page: 546

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This two-volume work of 1858 traces the development of the military religious order of the Knights Hospitaller.


Author: Parker Society (Great Britain).





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Knights of Columbus

Author: John Moses

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Religion

Page: 60

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In the Knights of Columbuss Supreme Council Listing of New State Deputies, there is still NO African American State Deputies for 2012 (still a closed door for African Americans).. This is the makeup of what the State Deputies in the Knights of Columbus in 2012 has looked like, They are mostly white men with the blacks in the organization stopped by the invisible ceiling of advancement in the organization. Proof of this can be found in their Columbian Magazine. This magazine is mailed out to over 2,000,000 knights a month. THIS THE PICTURE OF RANKING BY POSITION OF SUPREME COUNCIL OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS, ONCE A YEAR FIFTY TWO STATE DEPUTY TO ANNUAL MEETING OF TRAINING FOR THEN AT .S UPREME COUNCIL HEADQUARTER. NEW HAVEN CT. EACH STATE ELECTED A STATE DEPUTY TO RUN THE ITS STATE.