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Science and Religion, Hand in Hand By Robert Mercer-Nairne

O'Reilly Conferences is licensed under CC BY 2.0 Religion as our moral backbone has retreated into its hallowed enclaves, leaving science to ascend the

Dianetics

Scientologists Celebrate 70th Anniversary of Dianetics, By Judy Williams

Scientologists today celebrate Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health published on May 9, 1950. The book, by popular writer L. Ron Hubbard, was

Book Review: GOD, A Story of Revelation by Deepak Chopra

One of the most prominent voices in the modern age, with more than 80 books of both fiction and non-fiction, Deepak Chopra follows his

Book Review — Everywhere Holy, Seeing Beauty, Remembering Your Identity, and Finding God Right Where You Are, by Kara Lawler

Having experienced bouts of anxiety and depression, Kara Lawler found a way to bring back the joy and peace she sought by considering simple

Book Review — Wake Up To What Matters: A Guide to Tibetan Buddhism for the Next Generation by Avikrita Vajra Sakya

A 25-year-old with thousands of students around the world, Avikrita Vajra Sakya is one of the highest-ranked lamas in Tibetan Buddhism. Born in the

Book Review The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled by Jonathan Cahn

The latest book from Jonathan Cahn is a fascinating presentation of the correlations of biblical prophecy and the establishment of the modern-day nation of

Book Review: Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan

Because it's that time of year, I took the opportunity to read a much debated but fascinating book about the historical Jesus, Zealot: The

Book Review of “The Journey to the Mayflower: God’s Outlaws and the Invention of Freedom” by Stephen Tomkins

In the United States every child learns the story of the Pilgrims coming to America on the ship "The Mayflower." However, few of us

Holiday Gift Ideas Across Various Religions, By Alexandra Rogers

There is much to dislike about the secular holiday season. In many cases, gifting now has the burden of obligation, of a required ritual,

homeless

I didn’t get it for a long time by Judy Knotts

It makes perfect sense. Still, I didn’t get it for a long time. Eventually, I learned that homeless people—at least the many, many I