New Questions for a New Age: The limits of metaphysics and other belief systems
By SL Stanley
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Published: May 27, 2012
Words: 39,221 (approximate)
This book is for everyone who has turned away in disillusionment from their inherited religion, only to find more of the same in the alternate paths they have chosen.
"Questions" could best be described as a philosophical critique of both the New Age movement and its antitheses; organized religion, primarily meant to address the increasing frustration of serious aspirants of the spiritual path.
Some of my readers may find humor where others are offended, but neither humor nor satire define this work, which is an invitation to those seeking truth (and ex-Christians in particular), to examine their ultimately preferred doctrine with the same scrutiny reserved for their religious ones.
Responses are more than welcome.
, new age
, free will
, spiritual path
, eastern philosophy
, ascended masters
, generational curses
, parallel reality
, first cause
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