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The Church Of The Free Mind

Author : Azazel Rama
ISBN : 9781491729502
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Welcome to a world of subversive literature filled with magical wisdom and the decoding of the occult. In this volume, author Azazel Rama explores the ancient secrets of astral travel and reveals a doorway to the multiverse of endless potential. He then reveals how the heretical views of science and nature can slay the dragon of religion with common sense. This is not a self-help seminar filled with happy sunshine, nonsense codes, and false rainbows; this is a journey into the forbidden. "The Church of the Free Mind" has opened its gates, and within this Holy Temple no messiah shall be said to exist. Written as a diatribe against words, this is the true philosophy of a snake swallowing its own tail. Behold the self-consuming god that exists within the flesh and souls of all living beings. Embark upon a spiritual exploration of a higher order of freedom as it relates to an unconsciously connected society of human animals, and learn the moral codes of Mother Nature as she echoes a sense of natural law through the depths of our collective being. This collection of essays proposes a way to enter a new cycle of human understanding.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Breakin Free Mind Body And Soul

Author : Fatima Robinson
ISBN : 9780595191352
Genre : Poetry
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Captivatingly, rejuvenating and cultivating to the spirit, Breakin' Free: Mind, Body, and Soul is a reflection of past, present, and future. Come take a journey through the many facets surrounding life. Explore the bare essence of the vitality of family, love, death, world outlook, and the awakening of the innerself. Articulated with much sincerity and depth in the metaphoric rhythms and free verse patterns of various poetic style. "Breakin' Free: Mind, Body and Soul," exquisitely, touches the heart of all humanity-man, woman, father, mother, child,…-and is definitely a prize possession to have and cherish forever!
Category: Poetry

Nietzsche S Task

Author : Laurence Lampert
ISBN : 0300103018
Genre : Philosophy
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When Nietzsche published Beyond Good and Evil in 1886, he told a friend that it was a book that would not be read properly until "around the year 2000." Now Laurence Lampert sets out to fulfill this prophecy by providing a section by section interpretation of this philosophical masterpiece that emphasizes its unity and depth as a comprehensive new teaching on nature and humanity. According to Lampert, Nietzsche begins with a critique of philosophy that is ultimately affirmative, because it shows how philosophy can arrive at a defensible ontological account of the way of all beings. Nietzsche next argues that a new post-Christian religion can arise out of the affirmation of the world disclosed to philosophy. Then, turning to the implications of the new ontology for morality and politics, Nietzsche argues that these can be reconstituted on the fundamental insights of the new philosophy. Nietzsche's comprehensive depiction of this anti-Platonic philosophy ends with a chapter on nobility, in which he contends that what can now be publicly celebrated as noble in our species are its highest achievements of mind and spirit.
Category: Philosophy


Author : Maurice Gee
ISBN : 9781459623781
Genre : Clergy
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Long regarded as one of the finest novels ever written by a New Zealander, Maurice Gee's Plumb introduces us to the intolerant, irascible clergyman George Plumb, one of the most memorable characters in New Zealand literature half saint, half monster, superhuman in his spiritual strength and destructive in his utter self-absorption. What personal...
Category: Clergy

The Phenomenology Of Mind

Author : G. W. F. Hegel
ISBN : 9780486121871
Genre : Philosophy
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Remarkable for its breadth and profundity, this influential survey of the evolution of consciousness defied the traditional epistemological distinction of objective from subjective.
Category: Philosophy

A Fractured Mind

Author : Mary Jarrett
ISBN : 9781493161959
Genre : Fiction
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During our various episodes of life we take journeys via different methods. We travel by planes, cars, etc. The greatest journey is into the incomplete soul and heart of a person. When the heart is broken and the third portion of the soul has been stripped, such circumstances create a mind that is forever altered.
Category: Fiction

Church State Cooperation Without Domination

Author : C. Truett Baker
ISBN : 9781453504451
Genre : Political Science
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Church-State Cooperation Without Domination os a historical review highlighting the antecedents leading up to present day church-state relations in the United States. Successful models of cooperation between government and faith-based agencies are described with the final chapter suggesting a new model for church-state relations that protects religious freedom while preserving the principle of limited government involvement with religion. It isn't a question of if or should government and religion mix. They already do, but there is little consensus on how to balance separation and cooperation. This book addresses those issues.
Category: Political Science

The Open Church

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ISBN : 1412830214
Genre : Religion
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Michael Novak's eyewitness report on the second and pivotal session of Vatican II in 1964 vividly inter weaves pageantry, politics, and theology. An unusually well-informed lay intellectual, who had earned a theological degree just before the Council, Novak applauded the purposes of Pope John XXIII and his successor Paul VI-"to throw open the windows of the church." In this report, he coined the classic description of the foes of the reforms at Vatican II as the party of "nonhistorical orthodoxy," emphasizing the eternal and unchanging, neglecting history and contingency. The author recounts many moments of high drama-Pope Paul VI's opening speech, the vote on the collegiality of bishops, the plea of Cardinal Bea on behalf of the chapter on Jews, and Bishop De Smedt's defense of religious freedom. His colorful chapter on the American bishops in 1964 serves as a fascinating benchmark, as do his many insights into the new role of the laity. His final chapter is a moving tribute to the Open Church engaging the contemporary world, and his new introduction brings this report up to date. This work will be of compelling interest to those interested in the post-conciliar fall of Communism, under the great John Paul II-who took his name from his two predecessors at Vatican II. The winner of the million-dollar Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion (1994), Michael Novak is a theologian, author, and former U.S. ambassador. He currently holds the George Frederick Jewett Chair in Religion and Public Policy at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. where he is director of social and political studies. His writings have appeared in every major Western language, and in Chinese, Bengali, Korean, and Japanese. Also available from Transaction are his Catholic Social Thought and Liberal Institutions, The Experience of Nothingness, The Guns of Lattimer, Unmeltable Ethnics, Belief and Unbelief, and Choosing Presidents.
Category: Religion

Methodism And The Southern Mind 1770 1810

Author : Cynthia Lynn Lyerly
ISBN : 0195354249
Genre : Religion
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This book looks at the role of Methodism in the Revolutionary and early national South. When the Methodists first arrived in the South, Lyerly argues, they were critics of the social order. By advocating values traditionally deemed "feminine," treating white women and African Americans with considerable equality, and preaching against wealth and slavery, Methodism challenged Southern secular mores. For this reason, Methodism evoked sustained opposition, especially from elite white men. Lyerly analyzes the public denunciations, domestic assaults on Methodist women and children, and mob violence against black Methodists. These attacks, Lyerly argues, served to bind Methodists more closely to one another; they were sustained by the belief that suffering was salutary and that persecution was a mark of true faith.
Category: Religion

Devil And God

Author : John O'Loughlin
ISBN : 9781446114438
Genre : Religion
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This substantial collection of loosely aphoristic philosophy, which I am apt to term 'supernotational', embraces the Christian dichotomy of Devil and God in such fashion that one is left in no doubt that the former is alpha and the latter omega and, hence, that God, or godliness, is the repudiation of all that the Devil stands for. But this is a torturously complex and protracted path, which is why 'The Omega Book' is anything but an easy read, despite the efforts of its author to make it as logically and stylistically consistent as possible, and to offer real hope that victory for God over the Devil is still possible even in this day and age, when cynicism with regard to the possibility of religious progress seems to be at an all-time high, and largely because of erroneous religious conceptions that pander to the one even as they ostensibly acknowledge the other.
Category: Religion

In The Year After Mom Died

Author : Tom Slattery
ISBN : 9780595612031
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author deals with grief and reflects on life and change following the death of his mother in 2006. Her treasure old house and the unintended influence of Arthur Miller are followed through this book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Habit Of Being

Author : Flannery O'Connor
ISBN : 9781466829015
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Special Award "I have come to think that the true likeness of Flannery O'Connor will be painted by herself, a self-portrait in words, to be found in her letters . . . There she stands, a phoenix risen from her own words: calm, slow, funny, courteous, both modest and very sure of herself, intense, sharply penetrating, devout but never pietistic, downright, occasionally fierce, and honest in a way that restores honor to the word."—Sally Fitzgerald, from the Introduction
Category: Biography & Autobiography