Tag: religion

Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)

Chats with God is a fictional book written about God deciding to walk on earth as a person and conducting dialogue with various religions. God finds a friend named John and only reveals himself to him in order to interact with humans and to…

Worldbuilding: Creating fantasy worlds as real as our own by R.J. Vickers

When I was reading The Way of Kings, an epic fantasy by one of the masters of worldbuilding, Brandon Sanderson, I came across something that emphasized how deeply he had thought through his world.

Memoirs of a False Messiah by Pamela Becker (Book Review #643)

Memoirs of a false Messiah is a memoir written about a woman who has a message from God. MiMi has a mission, and that has her move from her mixed religious home to Orthodox Judaism and eventually has her cultivate her own cult.

Hammer of God by Aria Ligi (Book Review #638)

Hammer of God is a collection of poems written with a classical theme. The work discusses religion, modern-day issues, and spiritual diversity.

The Unlikely Occultist by Isobel Blackthorn (Book Review #525)

  The unlikely Occultist is a biographical story about Alice Baily. The author uses historical references and record in order to write a fictional tale about Alice’s life. A few characters are invented and fabricated in order to produce a beautiful narrative, however; she…

Christianity: A Successful Failure, Finding Faith in an Age of Fear and Falsehood by Tim Spiess (Book Review #506)

Christianity is a religious book explaining this faith and what he believes is wrong with it. The content is divided into six sections discussing all the false beliefs and everything we have been deceived on. The inadequate views, and how humankind has been blind…

Life is a test by Ryan Bey (Book Review #505)

Life is a test, reads like a self-help book written with the intent to provide an insightful look towards the living and existence.

Introducing King David the Messiah – Walking With God by King David (Book Review #482)

I was born King David, yet I didn’t know that until I received a rev- elation from God back in the mid-1990’s. “He” took me through a long and difficult journey, in which I’ve grown stronger as a result.

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 2) by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 2)   “You will never understand a man until you walk a mile in his shoes.”