The 22 CD-ROM Collection
Containing the complete 1611 King James Bible optically scanned-in, Webster’s
400,000-word 1913 Dictionary, Calvin’s Institutes, Pilgrim’s
Progress, many of Shakespeare’s plays, all the important documents
of American history, The McGuffy Readers, and over 400 other famous books…
and the complete 29-volume “Eleventh Edition” of the 1910-1917
Encyclopedia Britannica – the last time the sum total of
human knowledge was ever printed from a Christian perspective.
Over 14 gigabytes on 22 CD-ROMs in a very nice case… for less than
$10 per CD-ROM. Over 60,000 children have been home-schooled from this
set, however, the set remains equally popular with adults who simply want
to add this massive compendium of hard-to-find resources to their personal
This may be the biggest bargain we have ever offered in the history of
our company. For years now, our customers have been asking for high-quality
computer scanned image CD-ROM editions of such great books as the 1611
King James Pulpit Bible, and other such important works. Here is a collection
that would be the envy of any Christian school or library. On TWENTY-TWO
(22) CD-ROMS, housed in a nice carrying case, this set contains all of
Over 14 Gigabytes on 22 CD-ROMs in a very nice case! This set was originally
designed by Art Robinson as the most comprehensive Christian home-schooling
curriculum ever made... and over 60,000 home-schooled children are currently
using it! It is truly a "must have" for every Christian home library.
If the 22 CD ROMs were offered at full retail price of $45 each, the set
would cost $990. The whole thing is yours for $195. No, that’s not
a misprint. Don’t hurt yourself rushing to the phone.
- The complete 1611 First Edition King James Pulpit Bible. (Remember,
these are computer-scanned page-by-page high-resolution images of the
originals, not some re-typeset version done for CD-ROM)
- The complete 29-volume (30,000 page) 1910 Encyclopedia Britannica,
the last time that the sum-total of human knowledge was ever printed
from a Christian perspective (Britannica "went secular" with their next
edition, and has remained so ever since then). Britannica has long been
acknowledged as the greatest encyclopedia ever written, and because
this is edition is 88 years old... it is "public domain" and "copyright-free".
Of course, you won't find any articles on the Space Shuttle in this
edition... but remember: 98% of recorded history occurred prior to 1910
and the articles in this edition pertaining to much of that history
are much more in-depth than in the current 21st Century editions of
- The massive 400,000-word 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary.
- 2,000 historical illustrations of American history and geography,
including over 1,000 beautiful prints of Civil War events
- A beautifully illustrated travelogue of the United States published
in 1872, providing a rare opportunity to see our nation's cities and
wilderness in an era before it was extensively populated and developed.
- The wonderful old McGuffy's Readers (7 volumes) for grades 1-6, used
by every little one-room schoolhouse in America to educate our great-grand
- Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion, The Pilgrim’s
Progress, Milton’s Paradise Lost, Essays of John Locke, Many Plays
of William Shakespeare, The Federalist Papers, All the Important Documents
of American History.
- Hundreds of the most famous books ever written, such as: Aesop’s
Fables, Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island, A Tale of Two Cities,
Ivanhoe, Little Women, The Wealth of Nations, The Poems of Kipling...and
many, many more.
- Several modern self-teaching textbooks on everything from chemistry to thermodynamics!