The Holy war ebook
by John Bunyan
The Holy War by John Bunyan, who was also the author of the Pilgrim's Progress, was written in 1682 and is a wonderful allegory of Satan's war against man's soul. This book is very insightful about Satan's schemes against mankind, It describes Christ's continual rescue from evil and sin and is told as a story where a person's
soul is a town named Mansoul (Man's Soul). Mansoul is inhabited by various characters who are engaged in a fierce war with Satan who is known as "Diabolus". Christ is the Prince of this town named "Emmanuel" who comes to retake the town for His own and for the glory of His Heavenly Father who is known as "the Great King Shaddai" the town of Mansoul's rightful ruler.
The Webster Bible 1833
by Noah Webster
Noah Webster, a devout Christian who knew 28 languages, used the King James Version (KJV) strictly as a guide while consulting the Hebrew and Greek texts in this Textus Receptus based Bible translation.
Today The Webster Bible continues to be useful, for those who wish to use a Bible version that maintains the familiar and traditional words of the King James Bible, with only the most difficult expressions modernized and corrected for easy reading.
Young's Literal Translation Bible 1887
The Young's Literal Translation Bible is a very literal translation of the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Old and New Testaments. Like the KJV and the Webster's Bible translations the YLT uses the Masoretic for the Hebrew Old Testament and Textus Receptus for the Greek New Testament.