Download Shadow Dance by David Richo (.ePUB)

Shadow Dance: Liberating the Power & Creativity of Your Dark Side by David Richo
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Overview: Our “shadow” is the collection of negative or undesirable traits we keep hidden—the things we don’t like about ourselves or are afraid to admit: egotist, non-“PC” proclivities, forbidden sexual desires. But it also includes our positive, untapped potential—qualities we may admire in others but disavow in ourselves. Befriending the shadow makes fear an ally and enables us to live more authentically.

It also automatically improves our interpersonal relationships, because we are freed from the need to project our own negativity onto others, and we become more acutely aware when theirs is projected onto us.

David Richo looks for where the shadow manifests in personal life, family interaction, religion, relationship, and the world around is. He shows how to use the gentle practice of mindfulness to work with our shadow side, and he provides numerous exercises for going deeper. He is remarkably skillful at making the shadow concept not only easy to understand, but supremely practical for enhancing the quality of our lives.
Genre: Religion & Spirituality > New Age & Spirituality > Mysticism

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Download The Power of Grace by David Richo (.ePUB)

The Power of Grace: Recognizing Unexpected Gifts on Our Path by David Richo
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Overview: Perhaps you’ve had one of those moments when everything, quite unexpectedly, simply falls into place; or, when you’ve been puzzling over an impossible question and—pow!—the answer suddenly arises, seemingly out of nowhere. These and other such experiences are not caused by our efforts. They are moments of grace, the gift dimension of life.

Grace is generally associated with religion, but, as Dave Richo shows, you don’t need to be religious to notice—and benefit from—this help from outside yourself that’s being offered to you in every moment. Dave provides teachings and helpful practices that show us how to open our eyes to the sources of grace everywhere and in everyone. When we open ourselves to grace, we begin to see it work wonders in our lives—and we become conduits of its power to others.
Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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Download Cybertheology by Antonio Spadaro (.EPUB)

Cybertheology: Thinking Christianity in the Era of the Internet by Antonio Spadaro
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Overview: Because the Internet has changed and is changing the ways in which we think and act, it must also be changing the ways in which we think Christianity and its theology. Cybertheology is the first book to explore this process from a Catholic point of view. Drawing on the theoretical work of authors such as Marshall McLuhan, Peter Levy, and Teilhard de Chardin, it questions how technologies redefine not only the ways in which we do things but also our being and therefore the way we perceive reality, the world, others, and God. “Does the digital revolution affect faith in any sense?” Spadaro asks. His answer is an emphatic Yes. But how, then, are we to live well in the age of the Internet?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Download Open by David Gregory (.ePUB)

Open: Get Ready for the Adventure of a Lifetime by David Gregory
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Overview: You’ve accepted the invitation. Are you ready to take the next step? From the New York Times bestselling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger, Open will forever change the way you think about faith.

It wasn’t the end of the world. It was just the end of Emma Jameson’s world. Fresh off the heels of a devastating breakup and floundering in her career, Emma is struggling to come to grips with why God allows so much pain in our lives, why He seems so absent when she needs Him most, and why the Gospel accounts—our supposed guide for how to lead a contented Christian life—feel so completely irrelevant.

Then one day, a mysterious envelope arrives in Emma’s mailbox with the word Open written on the outside. Inside the envelope is a card bearing the following message: “For a real adventure with Jesus, go through the nearest open door.”
Genre: Religion & Spirituality Ministry & Evangelism > Evangelism

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Download Compelling Reason by C. S. Lewis (.ePUB)

Compelling Reason by C. S. Lewis
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Overview: ‘You can only find out the rights and wrongs by Reasoning – never by being rude about your opponent’s psychology.’ For C. S. Lewis, reason and logic are the sensible way to approach faith and ethics. Much of the 20th century’s ills are caused by ill-founded beliefs and opinions.

Lewis’s original approach remains as vital today as ever. He is able to take the most convoluted subject, turn it side on and shed bright illumination on it. To be able to see along things rather than at them – just like a beam of sunlight that invades the darkness of a toolshed – is, to Lewis, the way to understanding.
Written variously between 1940 and 1962, this collection of essays represents the best of Lewis’s considerable wisdom on the great ethical and theological concerns of the day.
Genre: Religion & Spirituality> Spiritual Growth

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Download Democracy and the Foreigner by Bonnie Honig (.ePUB)

Democracy and the Foreigner by Bonnie Honig
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Overview: What should we do about foreigners? Should we try to make them more like us or keep them at bay to protect our democracy, our culture, our well-being? This dilemma underlies age-old debates about immigration, citizenship, and national identity that are strikingly relevant today. In Democracy and the Foreigner, Bonnie Honig reverses the question: What problems might foreigners solve for us? Hers is not a conventional approach. Instead of lauding the achievements of individual foreigners, she probes a much larger issue–the symbolic politics of foreignness. In doing so she shows not only how our debates over foreignness help shore up our national or democratic identities, but how anxieties endemic to liberal democracy themselves animate ambivalence toward foreignness.

Central to Honig’s arguments are stories featuring ”foreign-founders,” in which the origins or revitalization of a people depend upon a foreigner’s energy, virtue, insight, or law. From such popular movies as The Wizard of Oz, Shane, and Strictly Ballroom to the biblical stories of Moses and Ruth to the myth of an immigrant America, from Rousseau to Freud, foreignness is represented not just as a threat but as a supplement for communities periodically requiring renewal. Why? Why do people tell stories in which their societies are dependent on strangers?
Genre: Non-Fiction, Philosophy, Politics

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Download LoveKnowledge by Roy Brand (.ePUB)

LoveKnowledge: The Life of Philosophy from Socrates to Derrida by Roy Brand
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.4MB
Overview: Since its inception, philosophy has struggled to perfect individual understanding through discussion and dialogue based in personal, poetic, or dramatic investigation. The positions of such philosophers as Socrates, Spinoza, Rousseau, Nietzsche, Foucault, and Derrida differ in almost every respect, yet these thinkers all share a common method of practicing philosophy—not as a detached, intellectual discipline, but as a worldly art.

What is the love that turns into knowledge and how is the knowledge we seek already a form of love? Reading key texts from Socrates to Derrida, this book addresses the fundamental tension between love and knowledge that informs the history of Western philosophy. LoveKnowledge returns to the long tradition of philosophy as an exercise not only of the mind but also of the soul, asking whether philosophy can shape and inform our lives and communities.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Philosophy

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Download Pulling Back the Shades by Dannah Gresh (.ePUB)

Pulling Back the Shades: Erotica, Intimacy, and the Longings of a Woman’s Heart by Dannah Gresh
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 3.9MB
Overview: Christian women don’t have to choose between being sexual and spiritual. They have legitimate longings that the church has been afraid to talk about, and books like Fifty Shades of Grey exploit and distort them. We need the truth on the matter.

Whether you are single or married, sexually dead or just looking to revive your sex life, Pulling Back the Shades will address your desire to be both sexual and spiritual. With solid biblical teaching and transparent stories, trusted authors Dannah Gresh and Dr. Juli Slattery offer an unflinching look at the most personal questions women ask. The book offers practical advice for women to address five core longings.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Spirituality

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Download Love Marriage & Sex by David Jeremiah (.ePUB)

What the Bible Says about Love Marriage & Sex: The Song of Solomon by David Jeremiah
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Overview: With roughly a third of all marriages ending in divorce, there’s never been a better time for this refresher course in the true meaning of a successful union.

As New York Times bestselling author Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us, it’s a biblical truth: Sex and passionate, romantic love are God’s ideas!

Nothing rivals the beauty of the writing in the Song of Solomon– and nothing rivals the wisdom of Solomon on matters of love, romance, marriage, and sexual intimacy. Dr. Jeremiah’s thoughtful interpretation of Solomon and Shulamith’s relationship provides all of us– whether married or single– with valuable lessons for a better, happier, more fulfilling life and a long, loving marriage.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Faith, Beliefs, Philosophy

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Download God Loves Sex by Dan B. Allender et al (.ePUB)

God Loves Sex: An Honest Conversation about Sexual Desire and Holiness by Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman III
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 4.2MB
Overview: We live in a sexually mad world where God’s gift of sex has been distorted through pornography, promiscuity, prostitution, abuse, trafficking, and rape. The church’s position on sexual matters has been made clear throughout history: all sexual activity outside the boundaries of Christian marriage is sin. But rarely has the church honestly addressed the true needs of Christians who are struggling with sexual desires they believe to be counter to the Bible. So we hide our struggles and pretend to live above the erotic fray, or else we cozy up to the culture’s redefinition of which sins are acceptable. But what does the Bible really say about sexual desire and sexual intimacy?

God Loves Sex offers a truly liberating, godly view of holy sensuality by recovering the clear meaning of the Song of Songs as God-sanctioned eroticism. Then it uses that lens to answer questions posed by a fictional new Christian struggling with expectations of sexual purity. It asks provocative questions, such as What does it mean to be both holy and filled with rich sexual desire? and How can our sexual struggles take us deeper into the purposes of God?
Genre: Non-Fiction, Spirituality

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