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Why Do Muslims Reject the Word of Allah? by Robert P. Cook
This book is an in depth and unbiased study of Islam, the Quran and Islamic Doctrinal beliefs as compared to the Old and New Testaments. The subjects of the Five Pillars of Islam, Jihad, Paradise, the Life and Events in the Prophet Muhammed's life, why most Muslims are taught to refuse to read and study the Old and New Testaments and so much more. Muslims are taught that the Old and New Testaments have been corrupted and [...]
 
The Ultimate Revelations by Jamshed Akhtar
Concurrent with a freak solar activity, a young scientist begins seeing strange and puzzling dreams of momentous events from the past. He sees an occurrence in the formation of solar system, a day in the Cretaceous period, Prophet Noah's boat being constructed, Buddha giving a sermon to a large multitude, Moses climbing the mountain to keep tryst with the mysterious fire, and child Mary's guardianship being decided in the [...]
 
Illogical Atheism - A Comprehensive Response to the Contemporary Freethinker from a Lapsed Agnostic by Bō Jinn
Typically, it is the "religious" that are expected to render apologies for their beliefs. However, since the inauguration of the 'New Atheist Movement' more than ten years ago, modern atheism has transitioned from the mere rejection of mainstream religion to the proliferation of a (not entirely new) breed of fundamentalism. The 'Illogical Atheism' series comprises a comprehensive four-part analysis of the new atheist [...]
 
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What is reality? Who are we? What is the ultimate meaning and purpose of anything? This book deconstructs reality, as it is generally understood to be. It reveals a depth of meaning to existence transcending the limited paradigms of religion and science. It articulates, for the reader, a synthesis of knowledge drawn from numerous fields of inquiry, presenting a powerful vision of human identity, meaning and purpose. In an age [...]
 
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Sex, Drugs & Islam "April Fools Day 2006 was an awesome day until around mid-night. Then an event occurred that shattered my life forever. The higher you go, the harder you fall. Life was simply too good; it was unreal, a fairytale life like Princess Diana. Something had to give. The Princess is dead and this Prince was about to be shot" Laced with cynicism, profanities and humor, this hardcore, raw narrative starts in [...]
 
The Book of Life - The Theory of Everything by Paul A. Zecos
THE BOOK OF LIFE is not intended for those that like the current direction of humanity. THE BOOK OF LIFE explains the intent and meanings of the seven Spirits of God, explains the Spirit of each of the seven great religions of the world, reveals the Seven Universal Principles and advocates the way for the establishment of God's Kingdom on earth. The Book of Life also proposes, explains simply and proves through a new equation [...]
 
Living Love, The Yoga of Yama & Niyama - Timeless Teachings for Transformation and Awakening by Maetreyii Ma Nolan, Ph.D.
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The Mysterious Case of God's Non-existence - Investigating the nature of the Real by Mark Gerard Craig
The existence of God is considered by many in the world today to be a fiction with little basis in what is generally deemed actual or real. Curiously, the multiplicity of metaphysical ideas, supernatural properties and mythological figures attached to the God hypothesis have never been and will never be synonymous with God. They were never intended to be so. People like Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens have been right [...]
 
Philosophy of Religion Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Philosophy of Religion Made Simple Clear Thinking About Complex Issues In Philosophy of Religion Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the philosophy of religion. Its simple and non-technical style covers the major topics of philosophy of religion in a way that even a person with no familiarity with philosophy will understand. This book is the result of [...]
 
Religion in World Affairs - America and the World Crises by Timothy P. Ngwana
As humanity faces frustrating crises, disasters and religious conflicts, it is high time we sort out the root cause of these troubles. This is what I have done. In 2007, I published this book. Some predictions I made then is now manifesting and many more will soon manifest. Examples are the collapse of the financial system, collapse and rising of some nations and governments, the instability of the Europian Union, failure of [...]
 
A New Religion by Tim Schumacher
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The Whole Elephant - Finding a new language for God by Mark Gerard Craig
David Tacey in his book, "The Spirituality Revolution" argues that "all symbols [and] representations of the divine die, and society has to set about to renew and remake its sacred images" (2003, p.158). "The Whole Elephant" investigates the limits of language currently used for explaining the nature of divinity and proposes a new language. It sets about taking up the task set by Tacey, proposing alternative images or [...]
 
Does Evil Exist? - Unveiling the Mystery by Mark Gerard Craig
Evil is a term that has generated a great deal of discussion and argument over the centuries. It is a curious term as what it points to is very difficult to capture in words and pin down. Consequently, this book asks the question: Does evil exist? Is it an actual thing identifiable in the world or is it an idea attached to a mystery beyond words to fathom? This book goes an impressive distance in responding to this question [...]
 
THE FIVE JEWELS - Reflecting upon life's ultimate questions by Mark Gerard Craig
Whether we are religious or not, there are five key questions we are confronted with by virtue of our humanity. This book is an attempt to respond to these questions thoughtfully and practically. The last thing anyone needs are pious platitudes and spiritual cliches to explain the mystery at the very heart of human experience. "The Five Jewels" provides a welcome change and touch of authentic originality in its response to [...]
 
A Rustle in the Grass by Robin Hawdon
'A peculiarly fascinating story.' The Guardian's Polly Toynbee - "I was immediately drawn into the story. We follow the exceptional bravery of Dreamer as he tries to determine what is worth dying for. It's a beautiful story." Rachel Stansel - Reviewer - Above ground the countryside stretches quietly, majestically beneath the changing skies. Peaceful and untroubled, far from the wars and woes of man, nature moves through her [...]
 
Confessions of a Mystic - There is no more by Mark Gerard Craig
The Tao that you can name is not the true Tao. The perspective that you think is ultimate truth is not "The Truth." Like a slippery fish it wriggles free from our grip and returns to the deep from whence it came. Can a person catch the wind and hold it in their cupped hands? Of course not. It is foolish to even contemplate doing so. Yet, the wild and uncontainable impulse that is God, some optimistic individuals and groups [...]
 
Why You Won't Go To Hell by Benjamin Vande Weerdhof Andrews
Can we live a moral life without God? Are religions a force of good in the world? Is there life after death? In Why You Won't Go to Hell, Benjamin Andrews argues that the time of religion is passing, and that humanity must create new laws and new systems to meet the challenges of a modern world based on science, logic, and the betterment of all. The book aims squarely at those who still seek answers to some of life's biggest [...]
 
Of Faith and Freedom - How cultural Marxism and political correctness hijacked America and how to take it back! by Joe Gilbert
It isn't very politically correct to say America is a Christian nation. However, the Founding Fathers were Christians and their core convictions were the bedrock upon which this country was built. These principles include the belief that as divine creations of God we are all equal before the law, each citizen has intrinsic worth and value above any government and our rights are endowed onto us by our Creator. These beliefs [...]
 
The Land of Eighteen Dreams by Lawrence J. Epstein
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Shards Of Divinities by Nissim Levy
Ever since I was a child I always felt like a citizen of a different realm. With these words begins a sprawling saga about a boy coming of age, but also about humanity coming of age and reaching out and within to the transcendent. Seventeen-year-old Abram is a brilliant and sensitive young man. He lives in an ancient, walled city within a mighty desert empire. There comes a night, under the milky-white of the full moon, that [...]
 
Christian Doctrine - A Basic Introduction by Doug Erlandson
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The Christian Faith - A Quick Guide to Understanding its Inter-Workings by Reid A. Ashbaucher
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Fortis Momentum - A Spiritually Inspirational Self-Help Book of Prayers, Meditations, Thoughts, and Strategies for Christianity by Chris Downs
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Silent Mystery - Inspirational selections from “Confessions of a Mystic” and “The Five Jewels” by Mark Gerard Craig
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