Tag: spirituality

To be enlightened by Alan J. Steinberg (Book Review #993)

To be enlightened is a fictional story written about Abe Levy, a professor of philosophy at a Southern California college, and Sara, his wife. Sarah wants nothing to do with Abe’s interest in meditation or his enlightenment journey.

Walk your path by Jessica Marie Baumgartner (Book Review #756)

Walk your path is a self-help book about Jessica’s journey leading her on a spiritual adventure of self-awareness and healing. With the help of her Pagan routes, she writes about her beliefs, offering relief, achieving an understanding, power and guidance.

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Awakening to a New Reality by Janice Dolley (Book Review #734)

Awakening to a new reality is a spiritual self-help book about after-death conversations the author has with her best friend. The discussions cover subjects like dealing with grief and living to the fullest potential.

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The Glorious Between by Doug Reid (Book Review #750)

The glorious between is a story about Emily and Patrick. Emily is not well and is terminally ill. Patrick, a neurologist, loves Emily and tries all he can to save her from the inevitable outcome. Emily cannot remember much, and that really reflects on… Continue Reading “The Glorious Between by Doug Reid (Book Review #750)”

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Perceptions by Sam Mansourou (Book Review #566)

Perceptions is a non-fiction book criticizing religion not by its name but by its concept, its social effects and influences and more. The book has over 300 citations and criticizes the vacancy of religious notions and scripture and takes on theologians as well. The… Continue Reading “Perceptions by Sam Mansourou (Book Review #566)”

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 The author uses historical references and record in order to write a fictional tale about Alice’s life.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… Continue Reading “The Unlikely Occultist by Isobel Blackthorn (Book Review #525)”

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.

“God Challenges from Philosophy and Science” by Lynne Renoir (Book Review #477)

God Challenges from philosophy and science is a religious book written by Lynne Renoir. In this book, she challenges the view of an all-powerful being in a philosophical way.  She writes to prove that God does not accord with modern science and that there… Continue Reading ““God Challenges from Philosophy and Science” by Lynne Renoir (Book Review #477)”

Apocalypse 2027: Antichrist Unmasked by Peter Jensen (Book Review #462)

  Apocalypse 2027 is a religion and spirituality book seeking out a diverse look on the Bible prophecy. Whether one has a certain belief on religion in general or is pursuing answers, I believe this book provides an insightful look into it.