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Templar Bookstore

This section provides required and recommended books related to your Templar journey. Books required for certain organizations will be listed with the required book. All books are available through the Affiliate Amazon links posted under the book covers shown.


KTGPA Required Reading

Companion at Arms (CAA)

The Templars: The History and the Myth by Michael Haag or

The Templars: The Knights of Christ by Regine Pernoud

Sergeant at Arms (SAA)

Knights of Christ by Daniel A. Biddle

Books Related to Knights Templar

Knights of Christ

Book Description


The true knights of the Middle Ages were passionate about their faith, their relationship with Christ, and their dedication to living by the virtues of Scripture. The order of knighthood was esteemed by all, pursued by many, yet held by only few. The lifestyles, virtues, and commitments held by these knights-who were half warriors and half priests-were second to none in the medieval era, as well as today. The order of knighthood provided a code to live by-a set of guidelines and practices that instilled honor, strength, and valor. This same order also served to set their lives on a track that helped safeguard them against self-inflicted trouble and heartache, insuring they could enjoy God's best for their lives.

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The Resolution for Men

Book Description

Inspired by the movie COURAGEOUS, this study contains twelve commitments related to characteristics men of God want to pursue - responsibility, faithfulness, honor, justice, forgiveness, integrity, courage, and more. In eight sessions, Stephen Kendrick and Alex Kendrick lead men through these "I Will" commitments, identifying the biblical message and ways to live out each principle in real life, especially with their families.

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Raising a Modern Day Knight

Book Description


What does it mean to be a man? Moreover, how do you as a father instill that reality in your son? By Raising a Modern-Day Knight.

The medieval custom of knighthood offers a unique approach to shaping a boy into a strong, godly man. Centuries ago, select boys went through a rigorous, years-long process of clearly defined objectives, goals, and ceremonies—with the hope of achieving knighthood. Along the way, they acquired a boldly masculine vision, an uncompromising code of conduct, and a noble cause in which to invest their lives. They were the heroes of their age.

In much the same way, Raising a Modern-Day Knight will show how you, too, can confidently guide your son to the kind of authentic, biblical manhood that can change out world. Complete with ceremony ideas to celebrate accomplishments and ingrain them in the mind of a knight-in-training, this resource is as insightful as it is practical in raising a boy to be a chivalrous, godly man.

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The Templar by Michael Haag

Book Description

Arguably one of the most provocative, puzzling, and misunderstood organizations of medieval times, the legendary Knights Templar have always been shrouded in a veil of mystery, while inspiring popular culture from Indiana Jones to Dan Brown. In The Templars, author Michael Haag offers a definitive history of these loyal Christian soldiers of the Crusades—sworn to defend the Holy Land and Jerusalem, but ultimately damned and destroyed by the Pope and his church. A bestseller in the United Kingdom—the first history of the enigmatic warriors to include findings from the Chinon Parchment, the long-lost Vatican document absolving the Knights of heresy—The Templars by Michael Haagis fascinating reading.

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A Fisherman's Guide to Going Deeper with God

Author's Description

Fisherman's Guide is devotional for fishermen and outdoorsmen who desire a deeper walk with God. Tuley shares stories from a lifetime of fishing and helps the reader to find a deeper walk with God through biblical examples.

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The Templars - Knights of Christ by Regine Pernoud

Foreword by Piers Paul Read

For centuries, historians and novelists have portrayed the Knights Templar as avaricious and power-hungry villains. Who were these medieval monastic knights, whose exploits were the stuff of legend even in their own day? Were these elite crusaders corrupted by their conquests, which amassed them such power and wealth as to become the envy of kings?

Indignant at the discrepancies between the fantasies, on which "writers on history of every kind and hue have indulged themselves without restraint", and the available evidence, RTgine Pernoud draws a different portrait of these Christian warriors. From their origins as defenders of pilgrims to the Holy Land to their dramatic finish as heretics burned at the stake, Pernoud offers a concise but thorough account of the Templars' contribution to Christendom.

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