DISCLAIMER: Not every opinion expressed in the books below is necessarily that of TDI. Prayer and personal study are encouraged.

The Law by Frederic Bastiat
Bastiat’s insight into socialism, government, economics, and a free society are well worth considering, especially for a people who understand what Babylon is.
Part 01
Part 02

No Treason by Lysander Spooner
As Americans, are we bound to uphold and obey the Constitution? Writing in 1870, Spooner replies with a resounding NO — and thoroughly states his case.
Section I
Section II
Section III
Section IV
Section V
Section VI
Section VII
Section VIII
Section IX
Section X
Section XI
Section XII
Section XIII
Section XIV
Section XV
Section XVI
Section XVII
Section XVIII
Section XIX

Not of One Blood by Charles Weisman*
Responding to Ken Ham’s magnum opus, One Blood, Weisman dismantles the Marxist egalitarian arguments through Scripture, science, and good old fashioned common sense.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10

The Republic by Plato
Plato shares conversations of his mentor Aristotle. Aristotle’s teachings heavily influenced early Christian thought, and still do today, especially in regards to the afterlife. It is from Aristotle — not the Bible — that theologians derived the idea of the “immortal soul”.

Book I, Part 1
Book I, Part 2
Book II, Part 1
Book II, Part 2
Book III, Part 1
Book III, Part 2
Book IV, Part 1
Book IV, Part 2
Book V, Part 1
Book V, Part 2
Book V, Part 3
Book VI, Part 1
Book VI, Part 2
Book VII, Part 1
Book VII, Part 2
Book VIII, Part 1
Book VIII, Part 2
Book IX, Part 1
Book IX, Part 2
Book X, Part 1
Book X, Part 2

Is Jesus God? Or A God? by Matthew Dyer
Throughout both the Old and New Testament Scriptures, the deity of Jesus is boldly and clearly trumpeted to all with eyes to see and ears to hear. Pastor Dyer lays forth the evidence.
Is Jesus God? Or A God?