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Reviews of books on religion and spirituality.

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    The Children Shall be Blameless is a story about real life, taking a very practical and pragmatic view of things. It is, however, also a ‘spiritual’ (rather than religious) story asking deeper, philosophic questions about how to live and how we find meaning.

    An inspirational learning tool

    Ellis brilliantly gives light to simple truths from what Jesus taught in the Bible. “Bible Bullies” use the sacred scriptures to stand behind and justify the abuse of children, and publicly criticizing same sex couples, and the list goes on. The book addresses today’s issues and is backed up by authoritative authors, and not to mention well cited.

    A look at one woman's near-death experience

    An Adult Christian Novella

    The famous psalm is brought to life by Richard Jesse Waston

    A couple embarks on a journey of spirituality and emerges with "The Manual for Spiritual Living: The Dawn of Awakening," the first part of a series of books. This book is written with the clear intention to make the world a better place through guided teachings and wisdom. The pages of the "The Manual for Spiritual Living: The Dawn of Awakening" give tools of transformation that facilitate the awakening process that brings out the co-creator in the reader. It removes the veil of illusion and sheds light on the great art of manifestation. The Dawn of Awakening offers unique and different approaches of thinking that allows for a path of taking personal responsibility for each person to reach their highest expression of consciousness.

    A nice, inspirational book for all ages

    Review of The Shift

    This book is all about the difference between practicing religion versus living a personal relationship with God. Most people get the two confused or don’t even know it’s possible to have a relationship with God. This book charts the author’s story as an adopted cradle Roman Catholic who attended parochial grade and high schools in western Washington and who was dissatisfied with the state of his religious experiences. Throughout his journey, the author tells how he shifted from “doing the stuff” religion mandates to living a daily faith walk with God. This book compares Catholic tradition and spiritual practices such as indulgences, the rosary and the Mass with Biblical scripture and what faith and works really mean. Ther are nearly 500 scriptural quotes to support the author’s positions. Some of those positions will likely surprise both Catholics and Protestant Christians. The author also tells how he came by the nickname, “Speedy”.

    The Preacher and the Prostitute

    Author Brenda Barrett has done more than a wonderful job of helping the reader see life's difficulties at their worst and how faith and trust in God can see one through. While there are many circumstances that are found within the book that most every reader would relate to in some form or fashion, there are also blessings and hope for those who don't allow the circumstance to control them. When former prostitute Maribel changes her lifestyle, gives her heart to Jesus and begins singing in the local church choir she encounters the new pastor Mark Ellington. Mark is completely head over heels about Maribel until he discovers what she used to do before becoming apart of the church. This is a heart wrenching time for him as he is writing a book on forgiveness, yet he can't seem to get past what she has done in her past. All of this is exposed within Maribel's life because of a boss who wants his way with her and a nosy church member who wants her daughter to marry the new pastor. This book shares the conflict that many find in the corporate world as well as within the church. No one is immune to trouble and difficulty, it is how one handles it that makes them strong and the person that God intended them to be. Being in the church or without doesn't protect one from gossip and hurt, but having Jesus to turn to in the time of need is the difference maker. This is a very well written book from beginning to end. I desire to read more of author Brenda Barrett's material after reading this soul searching book. If you are looking for a book to stretch your forgiveness level this would be a great read to challenge you to become the person you should be in the area of forgiveness. 5 of 5 stars

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