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The Shepherd’s Staff

The Shepherd’s Staff

by Ralph Mahoney (Editor)
1155 Pages · 2015 · 4.96 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Jesus Among Other Gods
by Ravi Zacharias
195 Pages · 2002 · 1 MB · 4,646 Downloads · New!
Jesus Among Other Gods is the self-help, religious, Christianity and spiritual book in which the author compares the teachings of Jesus with the other religions on earth. Ravi Zacharias is the author of this imposing book. There are thousands of religions in the world that are followed by people and Christianity is one of them. We are living in a world where people believe in anything but everything vanished when we ask for proof. Ravi believes that all religions can’t be true at the same time. Have you ever think that fundamentally all religions are the same. No religion tolerates the killings of innocent people, taking care of other people and live with honesty, etc.
The Logic of God
by Ravi Zacharias
320 Pages · 2019 · 16 MB · 2,539 Downloads · New!
The Logic of God is the religious, spiritual and self-help book that takes the reader step by step to clear all the doubts about Christianity and God. Ravi Zacharias is the author of this superb book. We all doubt religion at some stage of our life and that is the time to strengthen our belief in God. Ravi did his best to answer all the questions about Christianity and God. Do the teachings of Jesus still relevant in modern life and do even the words of the Bible matter? How we able to know that God truly loves us and He is there to forgive us whenever we ask for it?
The Expansion of the Early Islamic State
by Fred M. Donner
386 Pages · 2008 · 16.7MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Expansion of the Early Islamic State” is a good book on the history of Islam. It is written by Professor Fred M. Donner. Professor Fred M. Donner is currently Director of the University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. His scholarly work focuses on early Islam, Islamic historiography, and medieval Islamic social history.  This book presents a selection of the key studies in which leading scholars since the beginning of the 20th century attempt to explain the phenomenally rapid expansion of the early Islamic state during the 7th century CE. Author discussed the causes for the conquest movement or expansion, the reasons for its success, the nature of the movement itself, the impact the expansion had on the countries affected by it, and the complex questions surrounding the sources on which historians have constructed their views of the expansion, and the reliability (or lack of it) of those sources. In short, author covered the great Islamic history in very understandable way for readers in this book.
Women’s Lives, Women’s Rituals in the Hindu Tradition
by Tracy Pintchman
225 Pages · 2007 · 1.98 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Women’s Lives, Women’s Rituals in the Hindu Tradition” is a religious research book on Hindu women. The author of the book Tracy Pintchman is a professor of religious studies at Loyola University Chicago. In this book, Tracy Pintchman has assembled ten leading scholars of Hinduism to explore the complex relationship between Hindu women’s rituals and their lives beyond ritual. This book enables readers to understand the rights and value of women in Hindu religion. The book focuses particularly on the relationship of women’s ritual practices to domesticity, exposing and exploring the nuances, complexities, and limits of this relationship. It also describes a variety of contexts how religious performances can enhance as well as curtail women’s agency and autonomy. Students and scholars interested in the rituals and lives of Hindu women can take benefits from this awesome book. It could be a great resource for investigating the vast and variegated nature of Hindu traditions. In summary, “Women’s Lives, Women’s Rituals in the Hindu Tradition” is a great research on Hindu women and we highly recommend its reading. You can also Download Courtly Indian Women in Late Imperial India by Angma Dey Jhala Free.
The Religion of Tomorrow
by Ken Wilber
816 Pages · 2018 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Religion of Tomorrow: A Vision for the Future of the Great Traditions – More Inclusive, More Comprehensive, More Complete” is a comprehensive view of the world as we currently know it. Ken Wilber is the author of this book. Ken is the founder of Integral Institute and the co-founder of Integral Life. He is an internationally acknowledged leader and the preeminent scholar of the Integral stage of human development. Wilber is the author of more than twenty books. His book “The Religion of Tomorrow” is a must read to understand human development in the evolving context of the 21st Century. In his text, Wilber explains why he puts so much attention primarily on one quadrant in his four-quadrant model, the interior of the individual. He mentions that what is so neglected in our modern and postmodern worlds is a deep knowing of the interior of the individual. The author is happy with new developments in the exterior of the collective, such as network sciences. His book also indicates they are doing what needs to be done, as are recent developments in collective intelligence, which include valuable innovations in the “miracle ofwe”.
The Three Pillars of Zen
by The Three Pillars of Zen
399 Pages · 1989 · 4.78 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The Three Pillars of Zen is the best book in English that has been written on Zen Buddhism. A moving, eye-opening work, The Three Pillars of Zen is the definitive introduction to the history and discipline of Zen. Roshi Philip Kapleau is the author of this book. Roshi, the man who founded one of the oldest and most influential Zen centers in the United States, presents a personal account of his own experiences as a student and teacher, and in so doing gives readers invaluable advice on how to develop their own practices. This book is a pillar itself in Zen Buddhism, especially Soto Zen. It reinforces the drive to discover True Self in a new and alien way. Alien in the contrast of Western thinking with Eastern fundamental concepts and beliefs. Kapleau’s experience is unique and unlike the life of most Westerners, but he is the bridge in our melding with it. The writing is enjoyable and likely worthy of a second and perhaps third review. For anyone wishing to know more about Zen Buddhism, get this book.