Understanding a Course in Miracles by D. Patrick Miller
The History, Message, and Legacy of a Spiritual Path for Today

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This comprehensive introduction to the grassroots phenomenon A Course in Miracles covers the book's role in America's changing spiritual landscape, investigates its origins and history, and explains its principal tenets and philosophies. Weaving together extensive research and student perspectives, journalist D. Patrick Miller sheds light on the provocative and oft-misunderstood text.

 An examination of the teachings and influence of A Course in Miracles, one of the most popular and controversial texts in contemporary spirituality. With a new foreword by Iyanla VanzantCovers common questions, such as What exactly is the Course? Is it Christian, Buddhist, New Age, or something else entirely? How did the author channel the message? More than two million copies of A Course in Miracles available worldwide in 19 languages, with thousands of study groups devoted to it.


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About D. Patrick Miller

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D. Patrick Miller is the author of Understanding a Course in Miracles and The Way of Forgiveness. In 2003, Miller discovered and published the first edition of the bestseller The Disappearance of the Universe by Gary Renard. He lives in Berkeley, California.
Published November 23, 2011 by Celestial Arts. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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In 1965, Columbia University professor Helen Schucman received teachings from a mysterious inner voice which, once dictated and transcribed, would become the 1,200 page text known as A Course in Miracles (ACIM).

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