Books written by David Bercot (in chronological order):
All of these titles are available from Amazon.com and from Scroll Publishing Co. (www.scrollpublishing.com)
This is the book that launched Scroll Publishing Co. and has sold over 100,000 copies. It provides a fascinating and challenging overview of the early Christians (A.D. 90 – 299): Who they were. How they lived. What they believed. And how the Christianity of that era was lost.
192 pp. Paperback.
In this sequel to Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up, Bercot explains seven common sense principles of document interpretation that will enable the reader to draw from the New Testament Scriptures the meaning intended by the apostles. Presently, Common Sense is out of print, but David plans to write a revised version of this book sometime in 2011 or 2012. In the meantime, the book is available in PDF format on a CD-ROM disc.
1 CD-ROM disc.
This work collects together over 7000 quotations from the writings of the early Christians, arranged alphabetically by topic. Find out what the early Christians believed on various doctrines and lifestyle issues. Each quotation contains a citation back to the volume and page where the quotation can be found in the Ante-Nicene Fathers set.
704 pp. hardback.
Practically everyone in the western world has heard of the man known today as St. Patrick. Yet, hardly anyone knows anything about the real man. About the only two things that most people “know” about Patrick is that he was Irish and that he was Roman Catholic. In truth, however, he was neither one. Let Me Die in Ireland cuts through all of the myths about Patrick and presents a dramatized biography of the authentic Christian missionary, Patrick. The story of the real man is far more exciting and inspiring than any of the myths about him.
192 pp. paper.
In The Kingdom that Turned the World Upside Down, Bercot takes the reader back to Jesus’ teachings of the kingdom—teachings that have too often been forgotten. Bercot describes the radically new laws of the kingdom and its upside-down values. There’s no room in Christ’s kingdom for superficial Christianity, for this is a kingdom that has historically turned the world upside down.
288 pp. Paperback.
Takes the reader through all of the steps of developing and delivering an effective sermon or devotional message. Some of the topics covered are: making eye contact with your listeners, using illustrations, controlling speaker¡¯s fright, and rousing introductions and conclusions.
152 pp. Paper. $7.95
When Christianity was young, the focus was on Jesus Christ and His kingdom—not theology. In the beginning, Christians understood that the essence of Christianity was an obedient love-faith relationship with Jesus Christ. But then something happened: Theologians took over the church. Once they took over, the emphasis soon changed from godly fruit to “orthodox” theology. Christianity became Doctrianity.
200 pp. Paperback.
Here is the compelling narrative of the founding of America—told from a perspective that few people have ever heard. That perspective is the kingdom of God. America’s currency declares, “In God We Trust.” But did the American colonists truly trust in God in the founding of the United States? The product of nine years of research, this new work challenges much of what most of us learned in school about the founding of America and the American Revolution. Bercot’s well-documented findings will surprise many people. At the same time, this timely work will strengthen the convictions of nonresistant, kingdom Christians.
320 pp. Paper.