Saint Nicholas

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You know him as the rotund merry-maker in the red suit. Here, you’ll encounter the true St. Nicholas, a figure revered for his astonishing miracles and a humility that redirected all attention to God’s glory — one of the most fascinating figures in all of Christian history. 179 pages. 2010. Published by Thomas Nelson as part of their Christian Encounters Biography Series.

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AUTHOR STORY TITLE
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Burtscheid Icon, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Charter, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Crucible, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Dazed Thieves
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Dream, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Gold Piece, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Imprisoned in Gaza
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Lone Sailor, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Power over Fire
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Priest from Mytilene
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Saracen Trader, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Three Children in the Salt Tub, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Three Generals, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Tomb of St. Nicholas, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Two Golden Goblets, The
Author Unknown, ed. Wheeler Victory over Artemis, The
Buchanen, Meriel Miracle of St. Nicholas, The
Church, Frances Pharcellus Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus!
Cioffari, Gerardo Translation of St. Nicholas’ Relics
Ebon, Martin Basileos
Eusebius of Caesarea, ed. Wheeler Council of Nicea, The
John the Deacon, ed. Jones Cross Legend, The
Jones, Charles W. Bari Widow, The
Jones, Charles W. Black Falcon
Jones, Charles W. Monk of Eynsham, The
Michael the Archimandrite, transl. Gustav Anrich Artemis and the Burning Oil
Michael the Archimandrite, transl. Gustav Anrich Rescue the Mariners
Michael the Archimandrite, transl. Gustav Anrich Three Dowerless Daughters, The
Moore, Clement Clark Visit from St. Nicholas, A (poem)
Pyle, Howard Accident of Birth, The
Pyle, Howard How the Good Gifts Were Used by Two
Voragine Great Famine, The

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