Martin Pierce


Mr. Pierce is a Christian blogger and author who has long been interested in not only the Bible, but also ancient history, apologetics, economics, ethics, philosophy, science, spirituality, theology, unsolved mysteries, and most of all in how to practically apply this knowledge.

You will discover much of what he’s learned in Return to Genesis: What Ancient History Reveals About Christ, the Church, and the Kingdom. This book is the culmination of over seven years of study. Mr. Pierce brings new ideas to the table, yet many come from the Bible itself. The ancient Hebrews’ understanding of God and salvation bears little resemblance to our Americanized, modernized, sectarianized, secularized, and Judaized form of Christianity. [Unfortunately, Return to Genesis is only available in paperback format at this time].

Mr. Pierce invites you to read his free blog book, Dominion in Genesis, at He is also a content curator with article collections on Biblical Christianity, Bible Prophecy, Christian Nonviolence, Church and State, and Genesis. You can find them at

Mr. Pierce graduated from the University of Baltimore with a B.A. in History.


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  • How to Prepare Your Young Child for Success in School on March 14, 2014

    This book is really about how to prepare children for life because the skills needed for school are basic life skills. This book will equip you to help children become better at listening, speaking, reading, writing, and more. We all know there's been a lot of bad parenting in the past. In our time, however, children need no longer to suffer from this parental affliction. We have not only the Bible, but also psychology, which Margaret knows well. Psychology is, to a large extent, a real science. Principles such as those provided in this book have been thoroughly tested on children. So you can be sure that they will work to the benefit of both your child/children and yourself. One thing that impressed me most about this book, besides the practical instructions, is the advice about being patient and personal with children. Before we can be good caregivers and instructors, we need to know what children are capable of understanding at each developmental stage. This book isn't about turning a child into a recognized genius by age 5. It's about helping each child progress at his or her own pace. Your child will thank you later for having followed the recommendations in this book.