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The Nature of Good and Evil

Browne, Sylvia

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ISBN 10: 1458746399 / ISBN 13: 9781458746399
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We constantly see the ''senseless violence'' in our world, and it begs the question: ''How can an all-loving God allow this to exist?'' Indeed, many people simply reject any notion of God for this very reason. This book, the third in Sylvia Browne's Journey of the Soul series, gives you the philosophical framework to understand the nature of good and evil - and the role of God in the big picture. When you see how evil originated and why it thrives in our world, you're more prepared to face it and overcome it. Sylvia points out that you need not fear ''evil spirits'' or ''curses'' - which are merely stories bred from ignorance. And how would you like to serve as one of God's warriors of Light? Sylvia explains how to enlist! By combining her philosophical and theological views, Sylvia creates a spiritual umbrella that rises above traditional religion. All paths that lead to knowing God have merit.

Críticas: Celebrity psychic Sylvia Browne offers this third installment in her Journey of the Soul series. Readers familiar with Browne's beliefs of Gnostic Christianity (The Society of Novus Spiritus) know that she is an advocate of studying questions rather than dogma. As she has with the other two books in the series ( God, Creation, and Tools for Life, Soul's Perfection), Browne uses her own voice as well as the channeled voices of her spirit guides Francine and Raheim. Fans of Browne's are already comfortable with the notion of benevolent spirit guides and shifting narration. What they may find disappointing, however, is the disjointed structure of the book, which seems to follows Browne's stream of consciousness instead of an organizing intelligence. As a result, it's hard to glean the gems within this tangential book. The discussion is at its best when it hones in with a question-and-answer format, such as the section when Francine answers the following questions: Did [dark entities] have a leader? "No, and they never will...." And, Can we judge the darkness? "Oh, we can judge darkness, and we must...."

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Título: The Nature of Good and Evil

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Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro: Fine

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