Explores a sacred epic cherished by more than twelve million members of the LDS church as the keystone of their faith, clarifying the religious, political and historical events in the ancient communities of this text and its underlying teachings for today.
Careful retellings of traditional stories from tribes across North America highlight the sacredness of all life. Includes explanations of significant everyday objects and recurring characters and illustrates principles to guide your own spiritual quest.
As seen through the writings of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, the Stoic approach to life is surprisingly rich, nuanced, clear-eyed and friendly. Offers startlingly modern psychological and spiritual insight from the emperor's personal journal entries.
A "bible" for the religiously unaffiliated, weaving sacred texts from the world's major religions into a coherent exploration of the core questions at the heart of every religion's search, with insightful commentary on using these texts in our daily lives.
An accessible introduction to the Rule of Benedict as a guide to a God-centered, balanced approach to life. It offers historical background and reflections on Benedictine topics such as living in the present moment, finding God in everyday life, individual and community prayer, hospitality, and healthy approaches to work, service and relationships.