Understanding a Course in Miracles: The History, Message, and Legacy of a Spiritual Path for Today
This comprehensive introduction to the grassroots phenomenon A Course in Miracles covers the book's role in America's changing spiritual landscape, investigates its origins and history, and explains its principal tenets and philosophies. Weaving together extensive research and student perspectives, journalist D. Patrick Miller sheds light on the provocative and oft-misunderstood text.
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THE MESSAGE or THE COURSE
Forgiving What Did Not Occur
From Special to Holy Relationships
Living in an Unreal World
Where Psychology Meets
Why the Course ls Not ChristianOr ls It?
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