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The Spirits Book

by Allan Kardec

'The Spirits Book' (1857), written by Allan Kardec, is widely regarded as the most important piece of writing in the 'Spiritist' canon. It is the first in a series of five books that Kardec wrote that are collectively...


The Kingdom of God Is Within You

by Leo Tolstoy

Published in 1884, 'The kingdom of God is within you' is perhaps Tolstoy's most significant work of non-fiction. Due to the Russian censors, it was first published in Germany, but its dominant idea of non-violence...


On Life

by Leo Tolstoy

'On Life' and 'What is religion?' were published by the Fee Age Press in England; a publishing house set up to side-step the censorship of Tolstoy in Russia, and to give him an international voice. So what is...


My Religion - What i Believe

by Leo Tolstoy

'A Confession' is Tolstoy's chronicle of his journey to faith; his account of how he moved from despair to the possibility of living; from unhappy existence to 'the glow and strength of life'. It describes his...


Orthodoxy

by G. Chesterton

'Orthodoxy' describes Chesterton's discovery of faith - a journey which is compared to an English adventurer who gets lost and unknowingly, discovers England all over again. Here he is doubly blessed, enjoying...


Forbidden Words: On God Alcohol Vegetarianism & Violence

by Leo Tolstoy & Simon Parke

This book presents writings Tolstoy was never, in his lifetime, allowed to publish in his native Russia. He was a successful author by middle age; world famous for his novels 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karenina.'...


The New Revelation

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was one of Britain's most celebrated writers with his invention of the ultimate detective, Sherlock Holmes, completely altering the crime-fiction genre of the late 19th century. As well...


The Ethics Of Diet - An Anthology of Vegetarian Thought

by Howard Williams & Leo Tolstoy

This book is an early history of vegetarianism as told through the writings of some of history's great thinkers and writers. The author Howard Williams travels back in time to Antiquity and from there moves...


Siddhartha

by Hermann Hesse

Herman Hesse, the German-Swiss poet, novelist and painter, was born in 1877 in Calw, Germany. His parents were Christian missionaries, with interests in book publishing, and young Herman grew up in a world of...


Conversations with Leo Tolstoy

by Leo Tolstoy

When most think of Tolstoy, they think of the great author. 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karenina' brought him worldwide fame, and a good deal of money. Had he done nothing else in life, these two novels would...


The Gospel in Brief

by Leo Tolstoy

'The Gospel in brief' is Tolstoy's harmonization of the four Christian gospels into one. So now we have Matthew, Mark, Luke, John - and Tolstoy. It is, he says, 'an examination of Christian teaching not according...


Last Letters From a Living Dead Man

by Elsa Barker

Sometime in 1912, Elsa Barker, an accomplished American Poetess, was visiting in Paris, when one night she found herself automatic writing, meaning that is someone other than her sub conscious was writing using...


The Forerunner

by Kahlil Gibran

Kahlil Gibran, (1883-1931) best selling author and spiritual guide, was a man in search of himself and his place in the world. He was a writer and painter, based in the USA, . An immigrant from Lebanon at the...


My Dream of Heaven

by Elizabeth Ruter Springer

Rebecca Ruter Springer was 29 when the American Civil War started in 1861. When the war ended five years later, 620,000 soldiers and countless civilians lay dead. It is not surprising, therefore, that the dead...


Conversations with Arthur Conan Doyle

by Arthur Conan Doyle & Simon Parke

At the end of the 19th century, perhaps every man wanted to be Arthur Conan Doyle. He had written historical novels, short stories of horror and the supernatural; and displayed huge energy and talent in a variety...


Conversations with Van Gogh

by Vincent Van Gogh & Simon Parke

Vincent van Gogh is best known for two things - his sunflowers and his ear-cutting. But there are many other ways of knowing this remarkable son of a Dutch pastor, who left his chill homeland for the sunshine...


Frontiers of the Afterlife

by Edward C Randall

THE GREAT QUESTION Since mankind came up out of savagery, the great problem has been: What is the ultimate end? What, if anything awaits on the other side of death's mysterious door? What happens when the hour...


Heretics

by G K Chesterton

'Heretics' (1905), 'Orthodoxy' (1908) and 'The Everlasting Man' (1925) form a trilogy of Christian apologetics, chronicling Chesterton's journey to faith, and his reasons for it. Using endless paradox to whip...


Letters From a Living Dead Man

by Elsa Barker

Sometime in 1912, Elsa Barker, an accomplished American Poetess, was visiting in Paris, when one night she found herself automatic writing, meaning that is someone other than her sub conscious was writing using...


D. D. Home: His Life His Mission

by Madam Home & D. D. Home

Julie de Gloumeline, aka Madam Home, was D. D. Home's second wife; they were married in 1871. This book was originally published in 1877 and contains Madam Home's memoirs of his life. Home's letters and diaries...