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The Crusader’s Cross (Ben Hope, Book 24) Ebook Summary Download


Download The Crusader’s Cross (Ben Hope, Book 24) free pdf ebook online. The Crusader’s Cross (Ben Hope, Book 24) is a book by Scott Mariani on 2021-11-25. Enjoy reading 400 pages by starting download or read online The Crusader’s Cross (Ben Hope, Book 24).


By : Scott Mariani
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-11-25
Group : English Books
Publsh by : HarperCollins UK
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The gripping new Ben Hope thriller from the Sunday Times bestseller. THEY THOUGHT HE WAS AN EASY TARGET. THEY THOUGHT WRONG.

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Download Crusader's Cross free pdf ebook online. Crusader's Cross is a book by James Lee Burke on 2005-07-12. Enjoy reading 336 pages by starting download or read online Crusader's Cross.


By : James Lee Burke
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2005-07-12
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Simon and Schuster
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Critically acclaimed and bestselling crime writer James Lee Burke returns to Louisiana where his ever-popular hero, Dave Robicheaux, sleuths his way through a hotbed of sin and uncertainty. For Dave Robicheaux, life in Louisiana is filled with haunting memories of the past—images from Vietnam, the violent streets of New Orleans, and his own troubled youth. In Crusader’s Cross, a deathbed confession from an old schoolmate resurrects a story of injustice, the murder of a young woman, and a time in Robicheaux’s life he has tried to forget. Her name may or may not have been Ida Durbin. It was back in the innocent days of the 1950s when Robicheaux and his brother, Jimmie, met her on a Galveston beach. She was pretty and Jimmie fell for her hard—not knowing she was a prostitute on infamous Post Office Street, with ties to the mob. Then Ida was abducted and never seen again. Now, decades later, Robicheaux is asking questions about Ida Durbin, and a couple of redneck deputy sheriffs make it clear that asking questions is a dangerous game. With a series of horrifying murders and the sudden appearance of Valentine Chalons and his sister, Honoria, a disturbed and deeply alluring woman, Robicheaux is soon involved not only with the Chalons family but with the murderous energies of the New Orleans underworld. Also, he meets and finds himself drawn into a scandalous relationship with a remarkable Catholic nun. Brilliant, brooding, and filled with the author’s signature lyricism, Jim Burke’s latest novel is a darkly suspenseful work of literature.

Crusades – Medieval Worlds in Conflict Ebook Summary Download


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By : Thomas F. Madden,James L. Naus,Vincent Ryan
Language : English
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Release Date : 2017-03-02
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Routledge
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These essays, selected from papers presented at the International Symposium on Crusade Studies in February 2006, represent a stimulating cross-section of this vibrant field. Organized under the rubric of "medieval worlds" the studies in this volume demonstrate the broad interdisciplinary spectrum of modern crusade studies, extending far beyond the battlefield into the conflict and occasional cooperation between the diverse cultures and faiths of the Mediterranean. Although the crusades were a product of medieval Europe, they provide a backdrop against which medieval worlds can be observed to come into both contact and collision. The range of studies in this volume includes subjects such as Muslim and Christian understandings of their wars within their own intellectual and artistic perspectives, as well as the development of memory and definition of crusading in both the East and West. A section on the Crusades and the Byzantine world examines the intersection of western and eastern Christian attitudes and agendas and how they played out - particularly in the Aegean and Asia Minor. The book concludes with three studies on the crusader king, Louis IX, examining not only his two crusades in new ways, but also the role of the crusade in his later sanctification.

Remembering the Crusades and Crusading Ebook Summary Download


Download Remembering the Crusades and Crusading free pdf ebook online. Remembering the Crusades and Crusading is a book by Megan Cassidy-Welch on 2016-11-03. Enjoy reading 252 pages by starting download or read online Remembering the Crusades and Crusading.


By : Megan Cassidy-Welch
Language : English
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Release Date : 2016-11-03
Group : English Books
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Remembering the Crusades and Crusading examines the diverse contexts in which crusading was memorialised and commemorated in the medieval world and beyond. The collection not only shows how the crusades were commemorated in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, but also considers the longer-term remembrance of the crusades into the modern era. This collection is divided into three sections, the first of which deals with the textual, material and visual sources used to remember. Each contributor introduces a particular body of source material and presents case studies using those sources in their own research. The second section contains four chapters examining specific communities active in commemorating the crusades, including religious communities, family groups and royal courts. Finally, the third section examines the cultural memory of crusading in the Byzantine, Iberian and Baltic regions beyond the early years, as well as the trajectory of crusading memory in the Muslim Middle East. This book draws together and extends the current debates in the history of the crusades and the history of memory and in so doing offers a fresh synthesis of material in both fields. It will be essential reading for students of the crusades and memory.

The Byzantine Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes] Ebook Summary Download


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By : James Francis LePree Ph.D.,Ljudmila Djukic
Language : English
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Release Date : 2019-09-09
Group : English Books
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An indispensable resource for investigating the history of the Byzantine Empire, this book provides a comprehensive summary of its overall development as well as its legacy in the modern world. • Presents reference entries grouped in topical sections for fundamental, objective information about a wide range of subjects related to the Byzantine Empire • Includes a timeline with succinct information about major events in Byzantine history • Features an introduction and overview essays at the beginning of each topical section on the history of the Byzantine Empire • Includes primary source documents that give readers first-hand accounts of the Byzantine world • Directs the reader to additional sources of information via entry bibliographies and an end-of-work bibliography

Crusaders and Crusading in the Twelfth Century Ebook Summary Download


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By : Giles Constable
Language : English
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Release Date : 2016-12-05
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Crusading in the twelfth century was less a series of discrete events than a manifestation of an endemic phenomenon that touched almost every aspect of life at that time. The defense of Christendom and the recovery of the Holy Land were widely-shared objectives. Thousands of men, and not a few women, participated in the crusades, including not only those who took the cross but many others who shared the costs and losses, as well as the triumphs of the crusaders. This volume contains not a narrative account of the crusades in the twelfth century, but a group of studies illustrating many aspects of crusading that are often passed over in narrative histories, including the courses and historiography of the crusades, their background, ideology, and finances, and how they were seen in Europe. Included are revised and updated versions of Giles Constable's classic essays on medieval crusading, along with two major new studies on the cross of the crusaders and the Fourth Crusade, and two excursuses on the terminology of crusading and the numbering of the crusades. They provide an opportunity to meet some individual crusaders, such as Odo Arpinus, whose remarkable career carried him from France to the east and back again, and whose legendary exploits in the Holy Land were recorded in the Old French crusade cycle. Other studies take the reader to the boundaries of Christendom in Spain and Portugal and in eastern Germany, where the campaigns against the Wends formed part of the wider crusading movement. Together they show the range and depth of crusading at that time and its influence on the broader history of the period.

The World of the Crusades: A Daily Life Encyclopedia [2 volumes] Ebook Summary Download


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By : Andrew Holt
Language : English
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Release Date : 2019-06-05
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Unlike traditional references that recount political and military history, this encyclopedia includes entries on a wide range of aspects related to daily life during the medieval crusades. • Provides a timeline that gives users a quick look at the most significant events related to the crusades • Presents topical sections as reference entries on important subjects related to daily life during the crusades • Incorporates an introductory essay into each topical section to give readers an overview of the section • Offers selections from primary source documents for critical insights into the crusades • Features suggestions for further reading and a bibliography

The Crusader Ebook Summary Download


Download The Crusader free pdf ebook online. The Crusader is a book by Michael Alexander Eisner on 2011-06-22. Enjoy reading 336 pages by starting download or read online The Crusader.


By : Michael Alexander Eisner
Language : English
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Release Date : 2011-06-22
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Doubleday Canada
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It is the Year of Our Lord 1275, Santes Creus monastery, Spain. Brother Lucas, a venal but moderately trustworthy monk, is put in charge of an exorcism. His former fellow acolyte, the brooding and magnetic aristocrat Francisco Montcada, has returned from the Crusades possessed by demons. If Brother Lucas can drive out the demons, his monastery will be enriched by the Montcada patriarch and he himself will be made a bishop. Gradually, Francisco comes out of his possession and begins to spin the tale of his Crusade: How he set out to free the soul of his dead brother lost at sea before he could reach the Holy Land; his fierce friendship with his cousin Andres, a mighty warrior with an honest heart; his intense love for Andres’s feisty sister, Isabel; the high ideals of his battle-hardened commander Ramon; and the amoral cruelty of the perfidious Don Fernando, a noble who delights in executing Muslim women and children. The Crusaders win a great battle at Toron, taking it back from the Infidel, but at the gigantic fortress Krak des Chevaliers, the key to the Christian position in the Holy Land, the Saracens have laid siege. In the fierce battle to defend the fortress, Francisco will lose everything: including, unless the dodgy Brother Lucas succeeds, his immortal soul.

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Download The World of the Crusades free pdf ebook online. The World of the Crusades is a book by Christopher Tyerman on 2019-05-23. Enjoy reading 420 pages by starting download or read online The World of the Crusades.


By : Christopher Tyerman
Language : English
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Release Date : 2019-05-23
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Yale University Press
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A lively reimagining of how the distant medieval world of war functioned, drawing on the objects used and made by crusaders Throughout the Middle Ages crusading was justified by religious ideology, but the resulting military campaigns were fueled by concrete objectives: land, resources, power, reputation. Crusaders amassed possessions of all sorts, from castles to reliquaries. Campaigns required material funds and equipment, while conquests produced bureaucracies, taxation, economic exploitation, and commercial regulation. Wealth sustained the Crusades while material objects, from weaponry and military technology to carpentry and shipping, conditioned them. This lavishly illustrated volume considers the material trappings of crusading wars and the objects that memorialized them, in architecture, sculpture, jewelry, painting, and manuscripts. Christopher Tyerman’s incorporation of the physical and visual remains of crusading enriches our understanding of how the crusaders themselves articulated their mission, how they viewed their place in the world, and how they related to the cultures they derived from and preyed upon.

The Godfathers Ebook Summary Download


Download The Godfathers free pdf ebook online. The Godfathers is a book by Jack T. Chick on 1982. Enjoy reading 32 pages by starting download or read online The Godfathers.


By : Jack T. Chick
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 1982
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Chick Publications
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Alberto Part 3 Here's how the Roman Catholic Institution, as the "Mother of Abominations" (Rev. 17), caused many wars. This is the book the Catholic press is afraid to mention. Was the Vatican responsible for World Wars I & II? Why did Cardinal Pacelli (later to become Pope Pius VII) make a special treaty with Adolph Hitler? You'll meet the MOTHER OF ABOMINATIONS described in Revelation 17.

Tales of the Crusaders – Remembering the Crusades in Britain Ebook Summary Download


Download Tales of the Crusaders – Remembering the Crusades in Britain free pdf ebook online. Tales of the Crusaders – Remembering the Crusades in Britain is a book by Elizabeth Siberry on 2021-02-01. Enjoy reading 120 pages by starting download or read online Tales of the Crusaders – Remembering the Crusades in Britain.


By : Elizabeth Siberry
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-02-01
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Engaging the Crusades is a series of volumes which offer windows into a newly emerging field of historical study: the memory and legacy of the crusades. Together these volumes examine the reasons behind the enduring resonance of the crusades and present the memory of crusading in the modern period as a productive, exciting, and much needed area of investigation. Crusading was a part of the rich tapestry of family history, with tales of crusading developed as evidence of heroic endeavour to enhance family prestige. Lists of crusaders were published to satisfy this market and heraldry was a visible means of displaying such lineage. Drawing on extensive research and previously untapped sources, this book charts continuing British interest in the crusades, focusing on the nineteenth century. The volume discusses what was available to read on the subject and how this was discussed in numerous journals. Set in the British context of growing local and regional interest in history and archaeology, the study also considers the physical artefacts associated with the crusades. Tales of the Crusaders – Remembering the Crusades in Britain is the ideal resource for students and scholars of the history of memory and crusades history in a British context.

Seven Myths of the Crusades Ebook Summary Download


Download Seven Myths of the Crusades free pdf ebook online. Seven Myths of the Crusades is a book by Alfred J. Andrea,Andrew Holt on 2015-08-21. Enjoy reading 248 pages by starting download or read online Seven Myths of the Crusades.


By : Alfred J. Andrea,Andrew Holt
Language : English
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Release Date : 2015-08-21
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Hackett Publishing
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"Seven Myths of the Crusades' rebuttal of the persistent and multifarious misconceptions associated with topics including the First Crusade, anti-Judaism and the Crusades, the crusader states, the Children's Crusade, the Templars and past and present Islamic-Christian relations proves, once and for all, that real history is far more fascinating than conspiracy theories, pseudo-history and myth-mongering. This book is a powerful witness to the dangers of the misappropriation and misinterpretation of the past and the false parallels so often drawn between the crusades and later historical events ranging from nineteenth-century colonialism to the protest movements of the 1960s to the events of 9/11. This volume's authors have venerable track records in teaching and researching the crusading movement, and anyone curious about the crusades would do well to start here." --Jessalynn Bird, Dominican University, co-Editor of Crusade and Christendom

The Broken Cross Ebook Summary Download


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By : Jack T. Chick
Language : English
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Release Date : 1974
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Chick Publications
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Theme: The Occult Volume two of Jack Chick's classic Crusader Series. Follow the Crusaders into a small town where even the sheriff is part of an occult group. They meet Jody, who got into withcraft for the power, but instead lives in fear and depression. When they lead her to Christ, the trouble begins. An action-packed story with a great, God-honoring ending.

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Download Tribulation free pdf ebook online. Tribulation is a book by G.R. Miller on 2013-02-20. Enjoy reading 299 pages by starting download or read online Tribulation.


By : G.R. Miller
Language : English
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Release Date : 2013-02-20
Group : English Books
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This book covers my life through the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, through two tribulations from February 2003 to March 2011 and the period after that, through present day. The book's purpose is to convey divine messages to everyone. I AM A MESSENGER. I�ve give the reader a lot of Scripture, intertwined with my life events, good and bad. As the words go in the song Amazing Grace: Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me.... I once was lost but now am found, Was blind, but now, I see. I was truly a wretch. I went through �all kinds of Hell�, I literally laughed at the Devil, and received the Grace of God. I hope my story will inspire you to get through tough times, when they arise.

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Download Crusades free pdf ebook online. Crusades is a book by Malcolm Billings on 2016-10-06. Enjoy reading 288 pages by starting download or read online Crusades.


By : Malcolm Billings
Language : English
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Release Date : 2016-10-06
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Publsh by : The History Press
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In 1095 Pope Urban II granted absolution to anyone who would fight to reclaim the Holy Land. With God at their backs, the first Christian crusaders embarked on an unprecedented religious war. While addressing the contribution of flamboyant characters like Saladin and Richard the Lionheart, Malcolm Billings also looks at the experiences of the peasants, knights and fighting monks who took the cross for Christendom and the Holy Warriors of Islam who, after battle on battle, emerged victorious. He analyses the ebb and flow of crusade and counter-crusade and details the shifting structures of government in the Levant, which became the perennial battleground of East and West.

The Rise and Fall of British Crusader Medievalism, c.1825–1945 Ebook Summary Download


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By : Mike Horswell
Language : English
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Release Date : 2018-01-29
Group : English Books
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This book investigates the uses of crusader medievalism – the memory of the crusades and crusading rhetoric and imagery – in Britain, from Walter Scott’s The Talisman (1825) to the end of the Second World War. It seeks to understand why and when the crusades and crusading were popular, how they fitted with other cultural trends of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, how their use was affected by the turmoil of the First World War and whether they were differently employed in the interwar years and in the 1939-45 conflict. Building on existing studies and contributing the fruits of fresh research, it brings together examples of the uses of the crusades from disparate contexts and integrates them into the story of the rise and fall crusader medievalism in Britain.

Crusaders and Crusading in the Twelfth Century Ebook Summary Download


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By : Giles Constable
Language : English
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Release Date : 2016-12-05
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Crusading in the twelfth century was less a series of discrete events than a manifestation of an endemic phenomenon that touched almost every aspect of life at that time. The defense of Christendom and the recovery of the Holy Land were widely-shared objectives. Thousands of men, and not a few women, participated in the crusades, including not only those who took the cross but many others who shared the costs and losses, as well as the triumphs of the crusaders. This volume contains not a narrative account of the crusades in the twelfth century, but a group of studies illustrating many aspects of crusading that are often passed over in narrative histories, including the courses and historiography of the crusades, their background, ideology, and finances, and how they were seen in Europe. Included are revised and updated versions of Giles Constable's classic essays on medieval crusading, along with two major new studies on the cross of the crusaders and the Fourth Crusade, and two excursuses on the terminology of crusading and the numbering of the crusades. They provide an opportunity to meet some individual crusaders, such as Odo Arpinus, whose remarkable career carried him from France to the east and back again, and whose legendary exploits in the Holy Land were recorded in the Old French crusade cycle. Other studies take the reader to the boundaries of Christendom in Spain and Portugal and in eastern Germany, where the campaigns against the Wends formed part of the wider crusading movement. Together they show the range and depth of crusading at that time and its influence on the broader history of the period.

The Sword and the Green Cross Ebook Summary Download


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By : Max J. Ellul
Language : English
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Release Date : 2011-02-04
Group : English Books
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tumultuous events surrounding the First Crusade and the ensuing centuries of struggle for the conquest of the Holy Land has reverberated throughout the centuries and affected our collective psyche to this date. ‘The Sword and the Green Cross’ offers a minutely researched analysis of the creation of one of the monastic and military Orders of the period: the Knights of Saint Lazarus. Devoid of the chequered popularity of their contemporary Knights Templar or the Knights of Saint John, the Knights of Saint Lazarus, with their green cross and invariable care of lepers and other afflicted pilgrims, nobles, knights and peasantry, offer the reader a fascinating history of diplomacy, military exploits, survival instinct and a legacy which has permeated throughout time. The book explores the Order’s birth in the Outremer, its expansion and Papal sponsorship, its constant interaction with the Templars and the Hospitallers and its tremendous growth in Europe which later justified its lengthy operations on the Continent even though the Holy Land was lost to the Crusades. The book analyses its complete change from a Papal Order to a Monarchical Order under the benign overseeing of the French Kings and dwells at length on the immediate and long term ramifications of the French Revolution and the Order’s demise. The ‘Sword and the Green Cross’ colourfully projects the period in which the Order flourished and illustrates prominent Lazarites from throughout the centuries. It also minutely dissects the modern day revivals of Lazarite organisations worldwide and, by means of hitherto unpublished documentation, sifts through the interpolated myths of such a revival and its magnetic allure to thousands worldwide. With a forward by best-selling author Tim Wallace Murphy, ‘The Sword and the Green Cross’ is a must read for all history buffs and those into Muslim-Christian relations and chivalry.

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By : Elizabeth Siberry
Language : English
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Release Date : 2016-12-05
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This is the first comprehensive study of the use, abuse and development of the crusade image in popular and high culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Drawing upon a diverse range of sources, mainly from the British Isles, but with parallels from Western Europe and North America, the author shows the different approaches to the history of the crusading movement and crusade images taken by the historian, composer, artist and author.

The Exorcists Ebook Summary Download


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By : Jack T. Chick
Language : English
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Release Date : 2003
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Chick Publications
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Santosh was fascinated by the Devil. He saw things that convinced him that the Devil was stronger than God. But when Santosh sought the Devil, he got something he never expected. When his path finally crossed that of the Crusaders, no one expected the result. This classic by Jack Chick concludes with a warning and clear salvation message.