The Five Principles by Ellen Debenport
A Practical Guide to Spirituality

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The Five Principles was written to provide tools for daily living and suggests answers to the great questions of existence that humans have been asking since the dawn of conscious awareness. Questions such as What is this greater Presence that we sense around us? Who and what are we? Why do things happen in our lives the way they do? How can we communicate with this Presence? and What are we here to do? The five principles constitute the core teachings of the Unity spiritual movement founded in 1889 by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore. These same principles reflect the laws of the universe that apply to everyone, all the time. They show up in every major religion, and are all reflected in the teachings of Jesus Christ. The author encourages every reader to "work with the principles, test them, apply them to your life, and watch what happens."
 

About Ellen Debenport

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Ellen Debenport has served as senior minister to Unity churches in Dallas and Wimberley, Texas. Debenport has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Baylor University and worked as a reporter for United Press International and the St. Petersburg Times before becoming a minister.
 
Published February 27, 2011 by Unity Books. 155 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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