Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy

The Irreducible Primary

A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition
By Rob Taylor

If one can truly appreciate the enormous discrepancy inherent in current spiritual practices today as defined by two objective realities stated by Rob Taylor in his devastatingly, creatively perceptive book, The Irreducible Primary … “Unconditional love is the requisite predecessor to peace and equality. This...

God Bless America?

By Richard Ruhling

In God Bless America? we encounter author Richard Ruhling’s interpretation of signs from the Bible that correlate with what is happening right now in the United States of America. There are some interpretations that point to possible martial law, bank closures, earthquakes and the end...

Coffee Shop University

A Book About Mythology, Spirituality, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Politics, Economics and the Ecology...
By Mario Kfoury

Coffee Shop University: A Book about Mythology, Spirituality, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Politics, Economics and the Ecology... by Mario Kfoury is a nonfiction read that deals with powerful existential, religious, philosophical and realistic themes. The book reads like the author’s mental journey; its confrontation with the...

Healing Wisdom for a Wounded World

My Life-Changing Journey Through a Shamanic School (Book 1) (Volume 1)
By Weam Namou

In an attempt to revitalize her creativity and particularly her writing career which had gone stale, Weam Namou enlists in an online shamanic mystery school. This book, Healing Wisdom for a Wounded World: My Life-Changing Journey Through a Shamanic School, chronicles the realizations of her...

Some Thoughts on God and Other Things

By Jerome Gleich

Some Thoughts on God and Other Things by Jerome Gleich is a book that is exactly that. It is almost written like a free thought journal in that Gleich addresses the topic of God from several different angles: God and Religion, What’s God Like, Heaven/Paradise,...

Time For Wonderlust

Planning Your Retirement Renaissance
By Forrest J. Wright

“Sometimes, as I drift idly on Walden Pond, I cease to live and begin to be.” When Henry David Thoreau wrote these words in the mid 1800s, he was lamenting American materialism that was becoming ever more apparent in the wake of the Industrial Age....

The Spirit Of Truth Is Power

Reviving Faith In Jesus Christ
By Joan Jessalyn Cox

The Spirit Of Truth Is Power: Reviving Faith In Jesus Christ by Joan Jessalyn Cox is a book that explores the truth about the message of Jesus in the Bible, not a sentimental approach to the truth, but one that allows readers to seek the...

Epicurus And The Pleasant Life

A Philosophy of Nature
By Haris Dimitriadis

In Epicurus And The Pleasant Life, Haris Dimitriadis has written a staggeringly comprehensive book about Epicurus. One of the Greek philosophers, Epicurus believed in pleasure being the meaning of life. However, it is not vain, carnal pleasure, but finding contentment and happiness where you are....

Amazon Wisdom Keeper

A Psychologist's Memoir of Spiritual Awakening
By Loraine Y. Van Tuyl

Amazon Wisdom Keeper is the amazing story of one woman's life, as she struggles to grow and thrive in a country beset by revolution. As a young girl, Loraine Y. Van Tuyl grew up in the tiny rainforest country of Suriname. She was a perceptive...

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength

My Journey with Depression
By Rabbi Sara Berman

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength: My Journey with Depression is a nonfiction motivational self-help book written by Rabbi Sara Berman. Berman, who is an ordained Rabbi and a board-certified chaplain, had worked in the Neuropsychiatric Institute as part of her participation in UCLA’s chaplaincy...

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