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reviewed What God Really Wants You to Know. November 30, 2013
What God Really Wants You to Know
For hundreds of years, mankind has used religion as a source of division and a justification for war (our God is better than your God). This book looks at the very deep similarities between the world's …
reviewed Faith. April 01, 2013
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Faith
The plaster cast felt like a glove, and it was about as tough. If I had molded it into a more grabby shape, I probably could have played hockey in it. I couldn't help but make fun of the absurdity of …
reviewed Faith. February 23, 2013
posted in Inspirations
Faith
This is a chapter from my book.    Final Fantasy X    Final Fantasy X was more or less an impulse buy. I was at Media Play one morning, talking to a friend who …
reviewed Spiritual Cashflow. January 11, 2013
Spiritual Cashflow
This is the story of one person's spiritual "rags to riches" journey.      Set in present-day Southern California, the narrator, who calls himself "E," had …
reviewed Faith. June 24, 2012
posted in Inspirations
Faith
"I am the vine, you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing."  John 5:15    That was the Bible passage …
reviewed The Way of the Heart-Teachings of Jes.... November 22, 2011
The Way of the Heart-Teachings of Jeshua and Mary Magdalene
The Way of the Heart-Teachings of Jeshua and Mary Magdalene   by Sophie Rose is about connecting with the source of your being   or Oneness. There is an intensive discussion of the …
reviewed Jesus Potter Harry Christ. September 24, 2011
Jesus Potter Harry Christ
The parallels between Jesus Christ and Harry Potter are actually closer than most people may realize. The book also looks at where Jesus in the Bible came from, an actual person, or a collection of stories?   …
posted a Quick Tip about Life. May 21, 2011
Life
Live & let live, that's been one of my mottos for a long time. Never live to regret and do what one wants to do when one wants to do it! I still abide by this rule although at times …
posted a Quick Tip about Alchemy. May 18, 2011
Often misconceived of as some fanatical "false science", alchemy has a long complex history and the alchemical pursuit has resulted in much of our modern sciences including aspects of metallurgy, …
reviewed Transforming Human Awareness. April 08, 2011
Transforming Human Awareness
Transforming Human Awareness-   A Buddhist View of 2012 and Beyond   By Dr. Juna Jinsei     Publisher- Outskirts Press      2011   …
reviewed The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast. February 18, 2011
The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast
            Many of us are always looking for ways to lose weight and make ourselves more fit. There are many different diet books out there. I have always thought …
posted a Quick Tip about The Alchemist. January 25, 2011
The Alchemist
An excellent read. I am currently finding a spot for this in the High School Curriculum. It is past time for us to have books that are more relevant for our Hispanic Population. "Mango Street" is a nice …
reviewed Does the Soul Survive. December 31, 2010
Does the Soul Survive
   Rabbi Spitz bases his conviction that life continues after death upon nine phenomena; (1) his belief that there is a soul; (2) mental telepathy; people sensing what they can't hear or see, …
reviewed The Energy Cure: Unraveling the Myste.... November 05, 2010
The Energy Cure: Unraveling the Mystery of
In the new book The Energy Cure (2010, Sounds True), Dr. William Bengston shares the results of his investigation into hands-on healing and metaphysical medicine. Bengston, a sociology professor, began …
reviewed Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hid.... October 13, 2010
posted in Inspirations
Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden
Curiosity about the life of Jesus, the Christ, makes this Bart D. Ehrman book a must read. If you have an interest in a readable history of Christianity, Ehrman is a great resource to add to your mix. …
The Accidental Buddhist
The author spends a year pondering the shift to Buddhism among a few fellow Americans. He goes on retreat at a strict Zen monastery and a loose Therevada center. He interviews experts, visits a pair of …
reviewed The God Delusion. October 06, 2010
The God Delusion
Pros: well written, excellent points      Cons: Gets a bit old after a while.      The Bottom Line: Excellent read for anyone that questions religion or loves a …
reviewed Day 15: God Is Our King. September 20, 2010
Day 15: God Is Our King
God is our Father. He is also our King. Both images suggest something important about God. The first suggests parental care. So, when we pray, we focus on God’s powerful love for us. But the …
reviewed Day 16: Kingdoms in Conflict. September 20, 2010
Day 16: Kingdoms in Conflict
When we pray, “your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven” (Matt. 6:10), our prayer is urgent. God does not reign on earth. His will is not done here. And it shows. …
posted a Quick Tip about Gratitude Soup. September 16, 2010
Gratitude Soup
This is an absolutely wonderful book for children, which most adults could actually benefit from as well! The whimsical illustrations are so special and unique, and it teaches the lesson of gratitude …
reviewed Day 14: Focus on God's Powerful Love .... September 14, 2010
Day 14: Focus on God's Powerful Love for You
In our devotions so far, we have examined the meaning and importance of the words our heavenly Father. They describe the Divine Person we pray to and hint at his character and absolute power. We pray …
posted a Quick Tip about 2010 Quran Burning Controversy. September 13, 2010
posted in That's Beat
2010 Quran Burning Controversy
This is exactly the kind of religious extremism that caused the September 11th attacks to begin with. Such egocentric and fanatical blind faith can only lead to destruction and violence. Furthermore, …
reviewed Day 12: The Father as Creator. September 13, 2010
Day 12: The Father as Creator
A third and final reason we call God Father is that he is the Creator of and Provider for the entire world. James describes him as “the Father of the heavenly lights” (James 1:17). Paul …
reviewed Day 11: The Father as Savior. September 13, 2010
Day 11: The Father as Savior
The first reason we call God Father is because he is “the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ” (Eph. 1:3). The second reason is that he is the Father of all believers. Jesus had a unique …
posted a Quick Tip about 2010 Quran Burning Controversy. September 13, 2010
2010 Quran Burning Controversy
This guy is not very brilliant, is he? What does he wish to accomplish? Another war?!
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