God Without Religion: Questioning Centuries of Accepted Truths

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Pranayama Institute, Incorporated, 2005 - God - 232 pages
"In a groundbreaking approach to today's tough spiritual and social dilemmas, God without religion offers an intelligent and compassionate bridge from dogmatic belief systems to progressive spirituality. The son of self-exiled Iragi Jews, Sankara Saranam shows why organized religion has long been the cause of humanity's worst wars and most acute suffering-then guides us beyond our divisive history into more expansive perceptions capable of creating a unified, peaceful future. Through a series of penetrating inquiries and practices, readers are invited to examine their beliefs, turn inward, and develop a direct understanding of God."

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