Books in category Religion – Theosophy

  • A Dictionary of Theosophy

    A Dictionary of Theosophy
    Theodore Besterman

    Steeped in the spirituality of ancient India and fueled by the occult fads of the early 20th century, this is a fascinating, highly browsable guide to a forerunner of today's wide-ranging, metaphysically encompassing New Age thought.

  • Ngaa Atua Maarire

    Ngaa Atua Maarire
    Teira Naahi

    Delivered in four classes under the seal V.V.V.V.V as witnessed by a Matakite of the Silver Star whose Whare Waananga is Ngaa Atua Maarire A ▲ A ▼.

  • God a Self Portrait

    God: a Self Portrait
    Philip McCarty

    This book purposefully stays away from the Christian jargon and church speak, and defines every important term used. If you have never read a book about God, then let this be your first.

  • Give Us this Day

    Give Us this Day
    Rufus Goodwin

    Examines prayer through the ages and asks, do you need to believe in God to pray?

  • A voz do Silêncio

    A voz do Silêncio
    Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

    Porque então a Alma ouvirá e poderá recordar-se." A voz do silêncio é um texto poético e fundamental de HP Blavatsky, uma filósofa e teóloga co-fundadora da Sociedade Teosófica.

  • Religious Truth and Religious Diversity

    Religious Truth and Religious Diversity
    Nathan S. Hilberg

    Providing critical assessment of the relevant works of John Hick, William Alston, Alvin Plantinga, Peter van Inwagen, and Ludwig Wittgenstein and his followers, this book is appropriate for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in …

  • Sources of Inspiration

    Sources of Inspiration
    Sigismund Von Gleich

    Christ, the powers of karma, the Archangel Michael, the Grail, Sophia–whatever has been founded on earth out of spiritual sources can only remain alive and fruitful if it can repeatedly draw nourishment from these original sources, …

  • On Epidemics

    On Epidemics
    Rudolf Steiner

    Based on brief, pithy quotations from Rudolf Steiner's collected works, the "spiritual perspectives" in this volume present core concepts on the subject of epidemics.

  • The God with Moral Fault

    The God with Moral Fault
    John W. McGinley

    If so, how did this God of pre-history handle His mistake?Availing himself of certain currents found in Scripture and in classical Rabbinic sources, the author makes the case that God is a being with moral fault.

  • The Anthroposophical Society as a Michael Community

    The Anthroposophical Society as a Michael Community
    Paul Mackay

    " The second part of the book considers the same we from a karmic perspective, with reference to Steiner's lectures on karmic relationships, events in the fourth and ninth centuries, the mystery of death and evil, and the restoration of …

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