280 books (14 pages) in this category
What You Say Can Change Your Life
by Joyce Meyer
Rediscover the power of prayer to bring about change
by Richard Lawrence
Exploring a wealth of traditions and step-by-step techniques, from reaching relaxed states conducive to prayer to asking precisely for what you need, <B>Prayer Energy</B> reveals how prayer is a powerful way to transform states of mind and ways ...
by Michel Quoist
by Nate Summers
by Kahlil Gibran
First published in the 1920s, <i>The Prophet,</i> Gibran's hugely popular guide to living, has sold millions of copies worldwide and is the most famous work of religious fiction of the twentieth century.Gibran's Prophet speaks of many things ...
by Thomas R. Huffman
by Theodore Dwight Bozeman
Make the Most of Your Life
by Mike Huckabee
by Paul Harvey
by Karen Armstrong
<b>'Because 'God' is infinite, nobody can have the last word.'</b><BR><BR>What is this thing, religion, which has supposedly been the cause of bloodshed and warring for centuries? What is 'God' and do we need 'Him' in our modern world? Karen ...
by Robert S J Bireley
by Marcus Weeks
What Religious People Really Think
by Elaine Howard Ecklund
Based on a five year journey to find out what religious Americans think about science, Ecklund and Scheitle tell the real story of the relationship between science and religion in the lives of ordinary citizens. It is a story that is more ...
by Julian Of Norwich
'Just because I am a woman, must I therefore believe that I must not tell you about the goodness of God, when I saw at the same time both his goodness, and his wish that it should be known?' Coming from a society where women were barred from ...
by Wendy Doniger
The earliest of the four Hindu religious scriptures known as the Vedas, and the first extensive composition to survive in any Indo-European language, the Rig Veda (c. 1200-900 BC) is a collection of over 1,000 individual Sanskrit hymns. A work ...
The Station Churches
by Elizabeth Lev
Celebrating the Richness of the Jewish Calendar
by Faydra L. Shapiro
by Philip C Almond
by St Benedict
Founder of a monastery at Monte Cassino, between Roma and Naples, in the sixth century, St Benedict intended his Rule to be a practical guide to Christian monasteric life. Based on the key precepts of humility, obedience and love, its aim is to ...
A Year in Faith and Art
by Rosa Giorgi