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He Came Down from Heaven

by Charles Williams

The word Heaven occurs in the Lord’s Prayer twice and in the Nicene Creed three times. The clauses which contain it are: ‘Our Father which art in heaven’; ‘Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven’;...

Moses and Abraham Maimonides

by Diana Lobel

  • This is the first book exploring the intersecting philosophical and exegetical approaches of Moses and Abraham Maimonides.
  • It will be of interest to all those fascinated by Maimonides, widely regarded as the...

Sin Sick

by Joshua Pederson

In Sin Sick, Joshua Pederson draws on the latest research about identifying and treating the pain of perpetration to advance and deploy a literary theory of moral injury that addresses fictional representations...

Anarchy and the Kingdom of God

by Davor Džalto

Anarchy and the Kingdom of God reclaims the concept of “anarchism” both as a political philosophy and a way of thinking of the sociopolitical sphere from a theological perspective. Through a genuinely theological...

Purchase, Power and Persuasion

by Gary James Jason

In Purchase, Power and Persuasion: Essays on Political Philosophy, Gary James Jason brings together his articles on political and economic philosopher between 2004 and 2018. These articles touch on issues surrounding...

Summary of The God Equation

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of The God Equation

Chapter 1: The same year Galileo Galilei died a broken man in his prison cell, another legend was born in London. For Kaku, Isaac Newton is the greatest scientist who has ever lived,...

Revolutionary Jews from Spinoza to Marx

by Jonathan I. Israel

In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries a small but conspicuous fringe of the Jewish population became the world’s most resolute, intellectually driven, and philosophical revolutionaries, among them...

Problems from Philosophy

by James Rachels & Stuart Rachels

Problems from Philosophy is an introductory text organized around the great philosophical problems―the existence of God, the nature of the mind, human freedom, the limits of knowledge, and the truth about...

Summary of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Japanese cleaning advisor Marie Kondo takes cleaning to an entirely new level, promising that you can appropriately arrange and improve your home once, without...

Windows to Infinity

by Amin Hussain & Clive Hazell

Based on the assumption that a close relationship to that which is infinite is crucial for emotional and spiritual well-being, this book describes the many windows that are available to us and that afford us...

The Corpus Hermeticum

by G. R. S. Mead

A collection of philosophical-religious writings from the late Hellenistic era, attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, the Latin Mercury also identified with the Egyptian Thot, the God who gives men writing. The...

Christian Healing

by Charles Fillmore

Experience the life-changing power of Charles Fillmore with this unforgettable book.

Buddhism and Immortality

by William Sturgis Bigelow

The view of the Immortality of Man which has the privilege of stating is, broadly speaking, that of the Buddhist religion. But Buddhism, like many other great religions, is divided into main churches and subdivided...

Beyond Good and Evil

by F. W. Nietzsche

At this point in Nietzsche's life, as it is reflected on Beyond Good and Evil , he viewed certain types of philosophy as counterproductive, such as universalism, or the idea that some specific truths could be...

Apollonius of Tyana

by G. R. S. Mead

For students of the origins of Christianity there is naturally no period in Western history of greater interest and importance than the first century of our era.

The Antichrist

by F. W. Nietzsche

The reference to the antichrist is not meant to refer to the biblical antichrist, but rather to an attack on the 'slave’s moral' and the apathy of Western Christianity. Nietzsche’s fundamental claim is that...

The Wisdom of Life

by Arthur Shopenhauer

This essay, examines how to discover the highest possible degree of pleasure and success, and suggests guidelines for experiencing life to its fullest.


by Thomas More

Thomas More's Utopia is a masterpiece of Renaissance political philosophy, responsible for introducing the term 'utopia' and spawning an entire genre of 'utopian' and 'dystopian' literature.

The Reluctant Heretic

by Rev. Lucifer VanDevender

The Reluctant Heretic is a work of nonfiction. It is not theoretical or speculative. I do express opinions and evaluations based on my own research, study, and experience. In those cases you should consider...

The Critique of Judgement Part I

by Immanuel Kant

The book is divided into two main sections: the Critique of Aesthetic Judgment and the Critique of Teleological Judgment, and also includes a large overview of the entirety of Kant's Critical system, arranged...