Author Unleashes the Power of Love

February 24, 2006

Author releases new book that focuses on the love that can change our lives from the inside out. How love can be a source of healing and an open door to successes we never thought possible.

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Harvard Divinity School Grad Indicts Religion For World’s Ills

February 23, 2006

ED: Is it any wonder
people are abandoning
there faith?
Religion, to serve man,
must not take away
our Faith and
Spiritual Development.
– Rev. Scott L. Newkirk

Vilcabamba, Ecuador (PRWEB) February 23, 2006 — Harvard Divinity School graduate and author Joseph R. Simonetta has released three companion books simultaneously that are a bold indictment of the world of religion: Religion, An Obstacle to Human Progress; The Skeptic’s Book of Religious Quotes & Anecdotes; and, Seven Words Than Can Change the World.

Simonetta writes, “One would have to have his head deep in the sand and his mind intoxicated with dogma not to see the endless problems associated with these old religions. The phenomenon of religion, with all its elaborate rituals, costumes and falsehoods, is likely the world’s longest, most magnificent, and pernicious charade. Humanity must be weaned off of this dogmatic, delusional, and divisive, war-causing form of intoxication.?

In a commonsense and uniquely refreshing approach, Simonetta lays bare the inconsistencies and incredibilities of traditional religion. Not only does he demonstrate that our major world belief systems are antiquated and dysfunctional, he ties them masterfully into seemingly unsolvable political, economic and environmental problems. In the end, he points to the direction that some of humanity is heading and that all of humanity must go.

Neale Donald Walsch, New York Times best-selling author (Conversations With God), describes Seven Words That Can Change the World as “The Formula. The Answer. The Way. A powerful book. Really remarkable. A totally empowering piece of writing.?

Link to Publications: www.lulu.com/joesimonetta


The Way of Prosperity

February 15, 2006

Christian Minister’s New Book Says God Wants You to Be Selfish and Wealthy

Duke Clarke has cracked the Biblical Code
of Wealth and Prosperity. New revelations demonstrate
why despite their guilty feelings, wealthy Christians
had it right all along.

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) February 15, 2006 — Duke Clarke is a Christian minister with very different views. Raised in the Bible Belt of North Carolina, Clarke just accepted everything he was told about God, the Bible and religion. Then in 1970 he thought he had found a new message among the Jesus movement and the radical religious groups of that time but careful study of the bible revealed something totally different. In fact, unlike the Da Vinci Code, Duke discovered that God reveals truths in the Bible in a very specific way.

In his new book “The Way of Prosperity: The 7 Stages of the Prosperous Mind? (www.thewayofprosperity.com), Clarke presents the concept that God has set up Laws, both biblical and universal, to help all people prosper spiritually and financially. Through the story he exposes a process that anyone can follow to be financially successful while having a rich spiritual connection with God.

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The Spiritual Olympiads

February 11, 2006

LONGWOOD, FL (PRWEB) February 4, 2006 -— As the world gears up for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, a new book in the religion/spirituality market informs readers about the most enormous and longest competition the world has ever seen, the Christian Olympics, otherwise known as the “Christian race? that the apostle Paul wrote about nearly 2,000 years ago.

In The Christian Olympics: Going for the Gold Crowns ($12.99, 1-5978-1530-6, $20.99, 1-5978-1531-4)) author S.E. Gregg unveils the Bible’s comparison of the Christian race to the Olympic Games. Paul wrote to a Hellenistic culture—one steeped in Greek philosophy, culture, and athletics—and so for the Christians of his day, marathon foot races run by Greek Olympians provided the perfect metaphor for the endurance, longevity, and persistence needed to successfully finish the race of faith. Those who do, Gregg reminds us, will receive crowns of gold from the Lord Himself. A new understanding and exhilaration for the Christian life, pursued with the vigor of a spiritual athlete, will help readers to endure their problems and suffering. As a result, Gregg hopes to stoke the fires of passionate living for God and encourage readers to look forward to what is ahead.

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Spiritual Clarity

February 6, 2006
By Jackie Wellman,
author of the book

Spiritual Clarity

Who is the more spiritual person? The woman out on a Sunday morning excursion for coffee and a newspaper who swerves to avoid hitting a dog, or is it, the man who hits the dog in his haste to get to church on time? Who knows? My point is that going to church has absolutely nothing to do with being a good person.

Questions about religion have always troubled me. I decided to do research to find some answers. The book Spiritual Clarity contains my discoveries. Spiritual Clarity is easy to understand and does not attempt to influence its readers. Writing it has empowered me and led me to a conclusion that I feel good about.

My hope is that someday everyone will achieve spiritual clarity and we will eventually have a more peaceful world. It may take a while, but that is my wish. The path to peace is religious tolerance, realizing that your neighbors thoughts are just as important as yours. People need to get past the absolute thinkingstate of mind; that they belong to the one true religion and everyone else is wrong.

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The Proper Care and Feeding of Your Soul

February 6, 2006
An Inspiring New Book
for Understanding One’s
Spiritual Purpose in Life

The Proper Care and Feeding of Your Soul by Deborah Lintz-Hill is a timeless work for anyone who wants to understand their spiritual purpose in life.

(PRWEB) February 6, 2006 — Disoriented about your direction and true purpose in life? What are the heavens? Why turn the other check? Is there really proof of God’s existence? Whether you are a non-believer, a new believer, or seasoned saint, author Deborah Lintz-Hill’s new book, The Proper Care & Feeding of Your Soul (Paragon Legacies; November 2005; paperback; $19.95), will aid you in fully understanding your purpose and finding answers to some of life’s most important and perplexing questions. Human existence was designed by God for a reason. But for some, the reason seems unreachable when invisible obstacles like fear, jealousy, pain, and other negative emotions get in the way. This new book, which is part personal revelations, autobiography, anecdotal, part science is intended to help strengthen the reader’s belief in God, in others, and ultimately his or her self so that living life abundantly peaceful and successful begins, as God intended.

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Spiritual Words of Empowerment

February 5, 2006
by Owen Waters
InfiniteBeing.com

This week we continue to define Spiritual Words of Empowerment. These are words and phrases which, when interpreted in the light of New Reality thinking, add to your spiritual sense of self-empowerment.

Please be aware that your feedback is valued and is always welcomed on these weekly articles. Sometimes we are inundated with emails and can’t reply to every one, but we do read and consider the message within every one. So, if you have any questions or suggestions, just let us know.

Last week, for example, one reader reminded us that, in relation to affirmations, the subconscious mind does not recognize the word “No.” This means that if, for example, you affirm that you will eat NO more chocolate cake, your subconscious mind sees only a picture of more chocolate cake. It then obliges by preparing your taste buds to receive more cake!

It’s the same with household pets, which are actually more telepathic than humans. If you tell your dog to NOT sleep on the sofa, your dog sees your thought as a mental picture – a picture of him on the sofa! So, guess what does he does next – sits on the sofa!

This week, we’ll be further exploring the idea of words of spiritual empowerment by tackling two of the most disempowering words in use today – karma and guilt.

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