The Philosophies of Religion and Spirituality by B.A., C.T.M., F.R.C. Lloyd S. Lefteruk

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It is not so much that we don’t know, but that we know so much that isn’t so that is the cause of our problems.

Among the most astounding recent academic discoveries is the true history of the development of man’s spirituality, philosophy, and religion, and their relationship to each other. It is becoming more apparent that the Christian, Islamic, Hebrew and all other monotheistic religions of the world have the same origin and have more in common than is generally believed. Man will not achieve world peace until his religions are once again reintegrated. As brothers and sisters with one God as our father, all humanity must learn to live together and assume a sense of greater universal responsibility. Our greatest challenge today is that our new global community demands that every individual must develop a greater sense of spirituality.

There is a place for everything and everything has its place. Everything is as it should be. The Universe is evolving according to the will of God. It is our failure to see the good in everything, to realize the perfection in Man, God and the whole Cosmos which is the cause of our unhappiness, the source of our discontent, and at the root of our suffering. The realization of the goodness of all Creation is man’s ticket to his life in a Paradise on Earth."

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Published December 31, 2009 by iUniverse. 213 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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