Cornelia Scott Cree


Cornelia Scott Cree has an Ivy League education, worked with prisoners and victims for 9 years, taught at community colleges, preached in prisons and at black churches then spent the past 49 years as missionary, both home missions as well as at her favorite overseas assignment, Northern China. She studied the Bible, first in multiple English translations and in the original Greek. Her best languages are Latin for vocabulary and etymology, French, and Chinese; she wrote her Master’s degree thesis on theological sign language. A stint as a print journalist for a scientific, business and tech newspaper gave her a solid foundation in deadline writing.

She has three grown children, three grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. Except for those years spent in the foreign mission fields of China and the Philippines, in Texas and her youth in the Eastern USA she lived most of her adult life in North Carolina.

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Immaculate Assumptions: All the Stuff You Heard about the Bible that Isn't True -Special Edition - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Pre-release—available January 1, 2019. Price: $4.99 USD. Language: English. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Spiritual Warfare
When Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania sang their way to freedom in the late 20th c. did they know they were repeating a pattern of spiritual warfare laid down 3,500 years ago, a pattern to defeat the work of Satan and free a nation from the bonds of political slavery? This special edition of false assumptions about Biblical doctrines will surprise many, and instruct e-readers in the Baltic States.

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