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Front Cover of Hindu Spirituality: Postclassical and Modern

This book explores the richness of the Hindu tradition in its post-classical and modern periods. Chapters on Hinduism's poetry, art, philosophy, festivals, and music, as well as modern pioneers such as Sri Aurobindo and Mahatma Gandhi, are arranged in sections on regional spiritualities; the spiritualities of the Puranas, Agamas, and Tantra.

Front Cover for Heaven Begins Within You

Long before psychology became the reference point for the interpretation of our lives, the Desert Fathers were true doctors of the soul. Embrace the wisdom of the devoted sages whose faith continues to offer guidance for modern daily life.

Front Cover of God-Sent

God-Sent is an overview of Mary’s apparitions throughout history across the globe. The book presents compelling evidence for the authenticity of the apparitions of Mary and an analysis of the prophecies and messages that were delivered.

Front Cover of Hindu Spirituality: Vedas Through Vedanta

A broad-ranging, lightly-illustrated, scholarly treatment of core topics in Hindu spirituality during its formative earlier periods. It brings together the complex skein of thoughts, beliefs, and practices that developed from the archaic period of the Vedas and received their early crystallization as Vedanta. It presents the eternal, timeless dimension of Hinduism.

How To Understand Islam

Jacques Jomier presents the history of Islam—from Muhammad's birth in Mecca to modern-day Muslim practice. This introduction to the faith highlights commonalities and differences between Islam and Christianity and lays the groundwork for productive dialogue between religions.

Front Cover of God, Evil, and Innocent Suffering

Do people suffer only because they deserve to suffer? According to classical Christian belief, yes. John Thiel, however, insists that some people who suffer are truly innocent.  Innocent suffering suggests a different way of thinking about God’s presence, including how God is not directly involved in human suffering and death.

The Flowering of Mysticism

Starting in 1200, forms of Christian religious life began emerging that provided the impetus for a “new mysticism” that continues to influence the faithful today. McGinn explores the rich theological and historical significance of these developments with unprecedented insight and knowledge.

Front cover for Foundations of an African Ethic

In this groundbreaking book, Bénézet Bujo, a leading voice in African Christian theology, offers an informed critique of Western moral theology and lays the theoretical groundwork for a new African ethic. 

Front Cover of Dialogues At One Inch Above the Ground

James Heisig has spent his life traveling along many roads—living in Japan, Spain, England, and the United States, and listening to other religious traditions while remaining a Roman Catholic. In this book, Heisig draws from this worldly insight, and presents an invaluable dialogue between Christianity and Buddhism.

Front Cover for Dante Alighieri

A careful, reader-friendly exploration of The Divine Comedy as well as a fine biographical portrayal of Dante—the man, writer, and spiritual lover extraordinaire. Royal reveals how the psychological reality of Dante’s story unfolds within the context of God’s universe.

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