30 Assorted Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy Books Collection April 29, 2021

30 Assorted Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy Books Collection April 29, 2021

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Religion has its basis in belief. Philosophy , on the other hand, is a critic of belief and belief systems. Philosophy subjects what some would be satisfied in believing to severe examination. Philosophy looks for rational explications and justifications for beliefs.

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Win at Work and Succeed at Life by Michael Hyatt

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New York Times bestselling author offers a manifesto for work-life balance. His proven, practical plan will equip you with a clear action plan to reclaim your margins and direct fresh energy to family and personal pursuits, all while achieving success at work.

2021.epubEnglish3 MB
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Divine Masters, Ancient Wisdom by Kyle Gray

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A new and fresh guide to the Ascended Masters and how to work with them for greater peace and connection. Discover new tools and wisdom to connect with the enlightened Ascended Masters, and receive their guidance, healing, protection and support on your spiritual path. Bestselling author Kyle Gray offers the first new guide in several years that looks at the Ascended Masters and explains how they can bring healing to the Earth, the cosmos and your life.

2021.epubEnglish4 MB
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World Religions by Geoffrey Parrinder

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Sex and religion are two of the commonest concerns of mankind. Often opposed as physical and spiritual, temporal and eternal, they seem to occupy different and clearly defined territories yet they are always crossing the frontiers.

2018.pdfEnglish27 MB
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Why I Am a Catholic by Garry Wills

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In this provocative work, which could not be timelier, Garry Wills, one of our country’s most noted writers and historians, offers a powerful statement of his Catholic faith. Beginning with a reflection on his early experience of that faith as a child and later as a Jesuit seminarian, Wills reveals the importance of Catholicism in his own life. He goes on to challenge, in clear and forceful terms, the claim that criticism or reform of the papacy is an assault on the faith itself.

2003.epubEnglish576 KB
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Tibetan Zen by Sam Van Schaik

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Until the early twentieth century, hardly any traces of the Tibetan tradition of Chinese Chan Buddhism, or Zen, remained. Then the discovery of a sealed cave in Dunhuang, full of manuscripts in various languages dating from the first millennium CE, transformed our understanding of early Zen. This book translates some of the earliest surviving Tibetan Zen manuscripts preserved in Dunhuang.

2015.epubEnglish6 MB
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The Year of Small Things by Sarah Arthur, Erin F Wasinger

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Using humor, narrative, and theological reflection, this inviting book explores the yearlong experiment of two young families to implement twelve small practices of radical faith—not waiting until they were out of debt or the kids were out of diapers or God sent them elsewhere, but right now.

2017.epubEnglish2 MB
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The Path of Greatness by Florence Scovel Shinn

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The definitive collection of Florence Scovel Shinn’s New Thought classics The Path of Greatness: The Game of Life and How to Play It and Other Essential Works is an inspiring collection of Florence Scovel Shinn’s work and thought.

2021.epubEnglish935 KB
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The Goddess Book by Nancy Blair

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A seasonal celebration of goddesses “The Goddess Book is a joyful celebration of perennial goddess wisdom that nourishes, expands, and inspires.” — HeatherAsh Amara, author of Warrior Goddess Training “Every woman needs this book on her bedside table. An active and animated must-read.”—Emma Mildon, Best-selling Author of The Soul Searcher’s Handbook and Evolution of Goddess.

2002.epubEnglish49 MB
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The Listening Attention by Bob Fergeson


Bob Fergeson distills the best of his advice on the practical matters of the spiritual search in this little book of self-knowledge. Unafraid to speak of his own difficulties and realizations, Bob offers an everyman’s guide to self-realization: not through believing the words of another, but through seeking within; cultivating what he calls the Listening Attention.

2013.epubEnglish646 KB
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The Gospels by W. R. Owens


‘Unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.’ Jesus Christ is the central figure in Western culture, and one of the most influential in all human history.

2011.pdfEnglish2 MB

The Enlightenment by John Robertson


A foundational moment in the history of modern European thought, the Enlightenment continues to be a reference point for philosophers, scholars and opinion-formers. To many it remains the inspiration of our commitments to the betterment of the human condition.

2015.epubEnglish3 MB

The Empowered Empath by Judy Dyer


Are you tired of feeling drained and lethargic? Do you feel as if being an empath has become more of a curse than a blessing? The joys and pains of the world can be overwhelming, especially if you have the gifts of being able to feel the emotions of others.

2019.epubEnglish2 MB

The Cambridge Companion to Rorty by David Rondel


This Companion provides a systematic introductory overview of Richard Rorty’s philosophy. With chapters from an interdisciplinary group of leading scholars, the volume addresses virtually every aspect of Rorty’s thought, from his philosophical views on truth and representation and his youthful obsession with wild orchids to his ruminations on the contemporary American Left and his prescient warning about the election of Donald Trump.

2021.pdfEnglish2 MB

Tender Warriorby Stu Weber


A revised and updated edition of Stu Weber’s bestseller that paints a dramatic and compelling picture of balanced manhood according to God’s vision. The definition of manhood itself is obscured by a culture in moral free fall. But this book cuts through the fog and defines a powerful blueprint for being the man—the Tender Warrior—that God desires for you and your family.

1993.epubEnglish2 MB

Physico-theology by Ann Blair


This first book-length study of physico-theology questions the widespread notion of a steadily advancing early modern separation of religion and science. Beginning around 1650, the emergence of a number of new scientific concepts, methods, and instruments challenged existing syntheses of science and religion.

2020.pdfEnglish10 MB

Psychic Navigator by John Holland


Did you know that you already possess all the tools you need to unlock your hidden potential and help you lead an intuitive, psychic life? For years, John Holland has been teaching people how to awaken, access, and develop their dormant intuitive senses to assist them in making better decisions as they navigate their way through their busy lives.

2018.epubEnglish5 MB

Philosophy and the Everyday Lives by Fristian Hadinata


“Studying philosophy means unraveling reality in all its aspects. By contextualizing today’s reality in its social, political, ecological, spiritual and also aesthetic context, the chapters in this edited volume present research findings complementing oreven challenging ongoing scholarly discussions in philosophy and humanity.

2021.pdfEnglish20 MB

On Hashish by Walter Benjamin


Walter Benjamin’s posthumously published collection of writings on hashish is a detailed blueprint for a book that was never written–a “truly exceptional book about hashish,” as Benjamin describes it in a letter to his friend Gershom Scholem. 

1656.pdfEnglish11 MB

Meditation by Matteo Pistono


Meditation is a clear, how-to book on meditation, especially aimed at beginners, but also offering an encouraging voice for the long-time meditator looking for inspiration. In this book, readers will learn: How to develop a consistent meditation practice at home and while traveling Basic instructions and techniques of meditation Instructions for seated (on the floor or in a chair), walking and supine meditation postures How to use the breath as an object of meditation How to deal with distraction and lethargy in meditation.

2017.epubEnglish1 MB

Mindfulness by Joseph Goldstein


The mind contains the seeds of its own awakening—seeds that we can cultivate to bring forth the fruits of a life lived consciously. With Mindfulness, Joseph Goldstein shares the wisdom of his four decades of teaching and practice in a book that will serve as a lifelong companion for anyone committed to mindful living and the realization of inner freedom.

2013.epubEnglish1 MB

Locke on Persons and Personal Identity by Ruth Boeker


Ruth Boeker offers a new perspective on Locke’s account of persons and personal identity by considering it within the context of his broader philosophical project and the philosophical debates of his day. Her interpretation emphasizes the importance of the moral and religious dimensions of his view.

2021.pdfEnglish2 MB

Lenin, Religion, and Theology by Roland Boer


Based on a careful reading of Lenin’s Collected Works, Roland Boer pursues the implications for linking Lenin with religion and theology and seeks to bring Lenin into recent debates over the intersections between theology and the Left, between the Bible and political thought.

2013.pdfEnglish9 MB

Imperium by Francis Parker Yockey


No other work in defense of the West possesses the eloquence, erudition, passion and mystique of Imperium. This prophetic masterwork is at once a clarion call to arms in defense of Europe and the West, and a sweeping historical-philosophical treatise in the Spenglerian mold. A magisterial work of matchless prose, with historical insight on every page, it skewers Allied wartime propaganda, and philosophizes with a hammer in favor of a coming Western empire of “absolute politics.”

2011.epubEnglish428 KB

How to Be a Perfect Christian by The Babylon Bee


With a biting, satirical style reminiscent of The Onion , How to Be a Perfect Christian takes a humorous look at the quirks of cultural Christianity while subtly challenging the reader to search for more than a cultural faith. Written in the trademark style of The Babylon Bee , this book humorously satirizes cultural Christianity while peppering in subtle challenges to the reader.

2018.epubEnglish6 MB

How You Can Talk with God by Paramahansa Yogananda


In this classic spiritual guide, Paramahansa Yogananda dispels the myth that God is beyond our reach. He points out that it is not only possible to talk with God but to receive definite responses to our prayers.Defining the Lord as both the transcendent, universal Spirit and the intimately personal Father, Mother, Friend, and Lover of all, he helps us to realize how close that infinite and all-loving Being is to each one of us. He also explains how we can make our prayers so powerful and persuasive that they will bring a tangible response.

2016.epubEnglish294 KB

Edinburgh Dictionary of Continental Philosophy by John Protevi


The first authoritative dictionary of continental philosophy. With over 450 clearly written definitions and articles by an international team of specialists, this much needed dictionary covers the thinkers, topics and technical terms associated with the many fields known as ‘continental’ philosophy’. Special care has been taken to explain the complex terminology of many continental thinkers.

2005.pdfEnglish2 MB

Cast Out of the Covenant by Adele Reinhartz


The Gospel of John presents its readers, listeners, and interpreters with a serious problem: how can we reconcile the Gospel’s exalted spirituality and deep knowledge of Judaism with its portrayal of the Jews as the children of the devil (John 8:44) who persecuted Christ and his followers?

2020.pdfEnglish3 MB

Book of Lies by Richard Metzger


Disinformation’s “wicked warlock” Richard Metzger gathers an unprecedented cabal of modern occultists, magicians, and forward thinkers in this large format Disinformation Guide. Just as Russ Kick’s Guides focusing on secrets and lies from the mainstream media, government, and other establishment institutions rethought what a political science book could look like and whom it would appeal to, Book of Lies redefines occult anthologies, packaging and presenting a huge array of magical essays for a pop culture audience.

2003.epubEnglish12 MB

Becoming Kuan Yin by Stephen Levine


In his long career as a poet, Buddhist teacher, spiritual advisor, and writer, Stephen Levine has changed our understanding of death and dying. In Becoming Kuan Yin, Levine’s first new book in many years, he turns to the legend of Kuan Yin, the Bbodhistitva venerated by East Asian Buddhists for her compassion. In Becoming Kuan Yin, Levine shares the tale of Miao Shan, born centuries ago to a  cruel king who wanted her to marry a wealthy but uncaring man.

2013.epubEnglish3 MB

An Extraordinary Journey by Stewart Alexander


In the little-known and controversial world of physical mediumship, Stewart Alexander is probably the least controversial and most respected among his peers and skeptics alike. 

2010.epubEnglish405 KB

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