Jonathan Cape, 1952. First edition, first printing. A near fine copy only marked by a charming gift inscription to the front free endpaper. The d/w is unclipped and very good and now in a protective cover.
Book Club Associates edition, 1999. A fine, unmarked copy in a very good d/w with sunfading to the spine.
The words that failed were words of hope. But they did not fail at all times and everywhere. These gripping pages teem with words of defiance and optimism, sounds and images of tenacious life and adventurous modernism, music and drama, business and philosophy... read more
What do people actually mean when they say 'God'?Around two-thirds of us say we believe in God or some 'higher power', but fewer than one in ten Australians attend church weekly. In Beyond Belief, Hugh Mackay presents this discrepancy as one of the great unexamined topics of our time... read more
Did Jesus marry and have children with Mary Magdalene? If so, what happened to his family? Are descendants of Jesus still alive today? This extraordinary account of the potential family line that the author believes was born ... read more
1998. A paperback copy in very good condition.
This unique book gives a detailed genealogical account of the authentic line of succession of the Blood Royal from the sons of Jesus and his brother James down to the present day. It casts penetrating new light on the Bible stor... read more
Element, 1996. First edition. A fine copy in a very good, unclipped d/w with light edge bumping and panel rubbing.
1937, First edition. A very good copy in lightly rubbed brown cloth boards. The d/w is lightly sunfaded. Apart from a small previous owners name to the copyright page this copy is fine and unmarked. A very rare item. Scans available if required.
Echidna Holdings, 1988. First edition. A fine copy in a fine d/w.
1952. New edition, tenth impression. A very good copy.
1960. A paperback copy in very good condition.
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1987. Second edition, revised. A near fine copy only marked by light edge rubbing to the wraps.
Chanting has been used in religious ceremonies since mankind first learnt to vocalise. All ancient peoples have used chanting as a way of altering consciousness and putting themselves in touch with the Divine. The flowering of the chant was reached in the early 9th century wh... read more
2004, First edition. A near fine copy only marked by minimal rubbing to the spine ends. The d/w is unclipped and also near fine.