Religion

Universal Human Rights by Allameh M. T. Ja’fari (Book Review #125)

During the past couple of years, many religions have been attacked and portrayed as an extreme faith due to the behavior of certain groups and extremists. One, in particular, is the Islamic faith. The outcomes of these actions have made some to believe that Islam is radical and harsh. Allameh Ja’fari, the well-known scholar of the Islamic world, has written a book titled “Universal Human Rights” in which he provides visible proof that Islam has no relation to these groups of extremists. []

Meant for Heaven: A Little Girl’s Journey to Paradise by Bryan Young (Book Review #122)

  “Daddy, it’s me. I’m with the Savior, and He is everything people have described Him to be and more.” Meant for heaven is written about a little girl named Holland. She is the daughter of Bryan and Aleta Young. Her story begins when she tells daddy about her headaches. Holland has a tumor, and that is when this Christian family begins to endure one of the hardest things in life. They have to say goodbye to the child they gave life []

The End Matters Most by Peter Adewumi (Book Review #124)

“This project work is wholly dedicated to the holy one, who has a pen, the author of all authors; the Almighty God, whose understanding is unsearchable but reveals it to His own; whose deep things cannot be searched, they are deeper than the bottomless pit; whose limits cannot be found, they are higher than the heaven; their measure is longer than the earth and broader than the sea. Indeed, He reveals secret things to His own.” This review was kindly requested by []

Noah’s Wife by T.K. Thorne (Book Review #115)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Noah’s wife is a fictional tale about Na’amah. The story begins twenty-one years before the flood when Na’amah was just a kid. The setting of the tale is around 5521 B.C. and so many historical references match the same biblical stories we know from that time. Of course, this has to be made clear that the []

Universal Human Rights – A Comparative Research

  We are delighted to announce the publication of Allameh M. T. Ja’fari’s book titled “Universal Human Rights – A Comparative Research.” As you may already know, Muhammad Taqi Ja’fari is a well-known scholar. He has written 41 books in addition to his 15-volume interpretation of Rumi’s, Mathnavi, and a 27-volume translation and interpretation of the Nahj-ul-balaqah.   Mr. Ja’fari’s progress in his field was so spectacular that he was conferred with the greatest degree of jurisprudence by the age of 23. []

Bell Mountain by Lee Duigon (Book Review #48)

    Most people do not expect much content or deeper insightful things, in a children’s book. However, Bell Mountain is one of those books that you can be rest assured in containing more than you expected. The story has religious references and is a beautiful tale about two children on a mission to ring the bell of Bell Mountain. There is a secret behind this assignment and as they go through climbing this mountain they encounter many challenges. Aside from the []