Religion and Spirituality

Misquoting Jesus

Misquoting Jesus by Bart D. Ehrman is basically a study of how the Bible has been changed, reworked and modified ever since it was first written, why it happened, how it impacted its meaning as well as the stories told within.

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Many Lives, Many Masters

Many Lives, Many Masters by Brain L. Weiss is an autobiographical book in which the author, a renowned American psychiatrist, recounts the events which directed his career towards the spiritual domain, more specifically, how one patient’s past life recollections chased away any possible skepticism he had.

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Four Blood Moons

Four Blood Moons was written by John Hagee, the senior pastor of the Cornerstone Church. In it, he discusses lunar eclipses as being signs from God about the fate of his chosen people, biblical prophecies in history, the concept of the rapture, and the relationship between current celestial events and what they might signify.

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The Teachings of Don Juan

The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos Castaneda is best-described as being the author’s account of the time he spent with a Yaqui shaman, Don Juan, learning about his system of belief and journeying through his understanding of reality through various experiences, many of which seem rather outlandish, at least if interpreted literally.

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A Separate Reality

A Separate Reality by Carlos Castaneda is the author's second book in his chronicles revolving around his various experiences during the process of learning about and training in ancient Yaqui Indian spirituality, this time following the author as he returns after a hiatus to his benefactor, Don Juan, to resume his teachings after having been scared away by the events described at the end of the first book.

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The First Phone Call from Heaven

The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch Albom is a story in which we follow the inhabitants of a small town who have allegedly started receiving calls from the beyond the grave, particularly focusing on a single grief-stricken father who aims to find out if it’s all real or just a massive hoax.

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The Synchronicity Key

In The Synchronicity Key, David Wilcock uses various concepts and scientific theories in order to explore the possibility of there being some kind of hidden architecture in the universe which, in a way, guides the events happening in our world in a cyclic manner.

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The Source Field Investigations

The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock is a scientifically-backed and very wide exploration of countless prophecies, hypotheses, theories, mysteries and questions which we, humans, have come formed or encountered over the centuries.

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Zealot

Zealot by Reza Aslan is an attempt to explore the life of Jesus of Nazareth, one of the most mysterious figures in our history, through a factual and unbiased lens in order to bring to us the truth about his life.

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The God Delusion

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins is a thorough exploration of how religion as well as the concept of there being a God have impacted us, our history and even our decision-making tendencies. He argues that in the end, atheism would be better for society as a whole.

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The Rite

The Rite was written by Matt Baglio, a journalist, and it follows father Gary Thomas, a parish priest in California, who undertakes a trip to the Vatican in order to learn about the darker side of his faith and learn the rite of exorcism.

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Going Clear

While many ridicule Scientologists for their beliefs, the fact cannot be ignored that they are a rather large sect and are playing roles in society. Lawrence Wright explores the Church of Scientology in Going Clear, seeking to demonstrate how they advance their goals, how they impact society, and whether they are actually deserving of constitutional protection.

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90 Minutes in Heaven

90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper and Cecil Murphey tells the incredible story of Don Piper himself, a Baptist Minister, who collided with a semi-truck, was pronounced dead, and then came back to life. This is an account of what he experienced when beyond the realms of death.

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The Harbinger

The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn is an exploration of the author’s belief that the nine harbingers which signal man’s fallout of favor with God have already happened. While some of his arguments are a big stretch, there are some so-called coincidences that are truly curious.

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Heaven is For Real

Heaven is For Real by Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent is a first-hand account of a young boy’s captivating observations when he, in his own words, visited heaven, while suffering a clinical death before being brought back to life.

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Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Jesus Calling by Sarah Young is a collection of writings and scriptures that the author wrote as a result of what God said directly to her. Contrarily to what some may thing, it isn’t simply filled with religious orders and whatnot, but more with observations and truths which can make life better for everyone.

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The Art of Happiness

The Art of Happiness is an unusual book and spiritual guide written by the Dalai Lama himself. In this book, the Dalai Lama uses the wisdom he has gained over decades in order to help his readers understand what is happiness, how it is achieved, and what steps you need to take in your life in order to truly be happy and at peace with yourself.

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