Historical Research Library

  Book Archive
 Title  Author  Publisher  Year
 "Family Bible" - The Pronouncing Edition of the Holy Bible  n/a  A. J. Holman and Company of Philadelphia, PA  1890
 The Bible The Best Book  Charlotte Elizabeth  American Tract Society of NY  c.1800s
 Man, Lost and Saved  n/a  American Sunday-School Union of Philadelphia, PA  1852

 Research Papers
  Number  Title / View PDF  Listen to audio version
 001  20th Century American Culture and the Red-Letter Edition  More audio files upcoming.
 002  American West  
 003  Balanced Historiographical Position  
 004  Christianity- Founding of America  
 005  Colonial Bibles, Imprint on America- an impress of print and communication  
 006  Eusebius- Father of Church History  
 007  Eusebius the progression of chronicle historiography in Christendom  
 008  Gutenberg Exhibit Evaluation  
 009  Illuminating the Dark Ages- foundations for the European Enlightenment of liberty
 010  Medieval Philosophy  
 011  Progress in American Bible Publications- "The Bible, the Best Book"
 012  Roman Empire and its Humanitarian Progress- from persecution to religious toleration  
 Disclaimer / Terms of use. Would you like to discuss the numbered research papers above? Please leave a comment below.

Western Culture.

"Let this be recorded for a generation to come, so that a people yet to be created may praise the Lord."

Psa. 102:18 (ESV)


"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." 2 Tim. 2:15

Highlights:  (Content being added)


Students, Scholars, and Church leaders 


"The Bible symbolizes the transmission of human civilization from one generation to another."

Uri Sivan, Israeli Physicist


As a museum, library, and archive we hope to provide a place to explore and study with an expansive collection of Biblically related content from general interest to researchers that would foster historical learning, discussion, interpretation, and research of the Bible and Christianity. 


A similar online model could be reflected as CSNTM.  Moreover, have a conservator laboratory as modeled in the Folger Shakespeare Library for preservation.  


Advanced researchers may employ the following tools, Multispectral Imaging for texts yet to be deciphered by scholars, and  Dead Sea Scrolls are available for online examination. 


Learning languages of the Bible are available online: Medieval Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic.


Please reference the research paper number above at the start of your discussion, i.e: RP#001