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by Saint Augustine
With this series we have carefully chosen excerpts from key religious thinkers, as well as extracts from sacred texts.
The Ancient Hebrew writings showcased here were eventually compiled into a key book of The Old Testament and have become an invaluable book of wisdom for adherents and students alike.
by James W. Sire
When The Universe Next Door was first introduced nearly thirty years ago, it set the standard for a clear, readable introduction to worldviews.
by Ravi Zacharias
Jesus and Buddha agreed that Truth could withstand scrutiny. Listen in as the Soul of Truth speaks with the Heart of Compassion. It could change your life.
by Eckhart Tolle
In this talk, a brilliant summation of his teachings, Eckhart Tolle begins by describing a problem all humans face: a strict sense of self based in personal history, mental interpretations, and memories of the past; a sense that’s forever being reinforced through habitual thought patterns.
by Thich Nhat Hanh
World-renowned thinker and scholar Thich Nhat Hanh, considered by many to be a "Living Buddah," explores the spiritual crossroads where the traditions of Christianity and Buddhism meet.
by Peter Kreeft
Through the ages, mankind has pursued questions of faith in something beyond the world of ordinary experience. Is there a God? How can we explain the presence of evil? Do humans, or human souls, live on after death? Is there a hell?
by Karen Armstrong
Karen Armstrong is the highly regarded and highly opinioned religious scholar described by Salon.com as "arguably the most lucid, wide-ranging, and consistently interesting religion writer today."
by Sir John Templeton
Wisdom from World Religions: Pathways toward Heaven on Earth is designed to offer people of all ages and all nations an opportunity to learn more about the laws, principles, and teachings of a variety of religions worldwide.
by F. E. Peters
Attempting to understand religion in all its forms has forever been a source of frustration. In this course, Professor F.E. Peters defines Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as three faith communities of believers, each with its own ideology, history, traditions, and members—past and present.