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    In "Women, War & Hypocrites," Dr. Campbell expands the journey through his analysis of the thematic structure of the fourth surah (The Women), a large and complex surah containing some of the most controversial verses and ideas in the Qur’an. The key issues addressed are women (on marriage, lewdness, wife beating and hijab), war (on killing, battle, jihad and terrorism) and hypocrites (on believers, the People of the Book, idolatry, intoxication and the crucifixion of Jesus). Given that Islam traces its prophetic heritage from Noah through to Abraham, Moses, Jesus and finally Muhammad, much of the content of the Qur’an will be familiar to those with even a passing exposure to the scriptures of the Jews and Christians.

    "Destined To Live, Despite Me," by author Yolanda Shanks, speaks on the topic of suicide directly to the actual attempter in terms of spiritual direction, after they have sought counseling. It's coffee table tone also invites anyone, including individuals who may not have ever contemplated suicide, but who simply need direction in living a meaningful and purposeful life built on biblical truth. While "Destined to Live, Despite Me" steers clear of giving medical or psychological guidance, it doesn't apologize for its direct approach in providing spiritual guidance for the rebuilding of one's life on the fundamentals of our faith in God, and salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ.

    This is a very inspirational book. It helps you to understand who you are and how to find the real you that you should be true too. This book gives you inspiration to be a better person and be true to your self.

    Barack Obama may well be the most predicted leader in world history after Jesus Christ. Fabio R. de Araujo, Brazilian historian, has been interpreting prophecies for more than twenty years and believes Obama is the fulfillment of many of those prophecies. In "2012: The Year of the Changes," de Araujo analyzes legitimate prophecies and dismisses fabricated ones to show which predictions about Obama are likely to come true, including that both Obama and Putin will be reelected in the 2012 elections.

    If you could ask a Shaman Elder any question, what would you want to know? Forty-five questions are answered through the words of Shaman Elder Maggie who has practiced for over 50 years her centuries-old family lineage of Traditional Shamanism, trained by her own Shaman Grandmother. See your life from a Traditional Shamanic perspective and eliminate the fears and problems that interfere with your own happiness. The questions in "The Shaman Speaks" come from the thousands of emails that Shaman Elder Maggie receives through her Internet course and her free counseling service online.

    As the subtitle indicates "Piercing the Veil" delves into science and mysticism giving the reader a concrete look into ancient wisdom that comes from a variety of Eastern religions.

    For a modern Christian wife, hoping and waiting for your husband to embrace Jesus as his savior is not enough. With Mission Possible, Deborah McCarragher hopes to offer a guide to show your man the path to finding and creating a relationship with our Lord.

    This book is timeless, but never more right for our world than now. James writes a compelling, complex, argument for the nature of natural forces to be. I loved this book because it was very, very, deep, yet easy to understand. It is profound, yet simple in the same vein. I found his explanations propelling. Many of us feel that we understand spirituality and the concepts of spiritual growth, letting go, and finding our soul.

    Frame Shifting

    Banner shares his path of spiritual awakening. Having been a management consultant, you would think he would be stoic, rigid, “business like”… but I found his writing to be truly that of a free spirit. He takes you on his journey, sharing the higher teachings he received along the way. This book is filled with quotes and passages from other healers and teachers. That was one of the best parts of this book. It is refreshing to be so close to the wide words of other spiritual giants. His reference to “frame shifting” seems to me to be his his journey to self actualization…the never ending process.

    "The True Nature of Tarot" dispels the myths and negative connotations that surround the tarot by sharing the personal experiences of the author, Diane Wing, a tarot reader with 25 years of experience. Tarot is discussed as a tool of enlightenment and understanding. Diane Wing shares intuitive techniques for reading that take you beyond the conventional card meanings and deep into tarot as a tool to channel energy and increase psychic sensitivity.

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