The Book of Knowing and Worth: A Channeled Text by Paul SeligThe third in Paul Selig’s popular “I Am the Word” channeled literature series, this extraordinary psychological-spiritual guide addresses how to overcome low self-worth and claim our true purpose as individuals.
Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents “Better Books for a Better World”—the Silver Award in the category of Religion /Spirituality: Other Traditions.
In his third channeled text, Paul Selig—acclaimed author of I Am the Word and The Book of Love and Creation—brings us his most practical message yet.
Informing us that “you decide what you are worth,” Selig’s spiritual guides take readers through a program to understand our own inherent worth, and beat the fears that drain our inborn spiritual knowing..
Selig reveals that true understanding of our life’s purpose can be found through “service”—the practice of the thing that you most love. Readers can discover their own form of service through this powerful mantra: “I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve.”
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Excerpt from The Book of Knowing and Worth, at Vivid Life
This four-color, Gold Medallion Book Award winner is a perfect tool that offers solid, biblical answers to some of the tough questions kids ask about evolution and our world. Kids are daily exposed to the theory of evolution by the media and public schools. Lawrence O. Although the book covers many specific terms, scientific ideas, and historical figures and events, all are presented in a way that makes sense to lay readers. As someone who has read many complicated chapters from science books in school, I found this book better able to explain the ideas of both evolution and creationism. The more personal tone instead of a bland scientific lecture style was a factor in readability and understanding the concepts.
Qty :. For Augustine the world is replete with meaning; it represents not merely a collection of facts to be catalogued but a repository of truths to be discovered and discerned, a view which contrasts with the one we have inherited as a result of the thought of figures such as Descartes, Newton, and Kant. What difference would it make to see the world as created? Matthew W. Knotts explores this question in close conversation with Augustine, according to whom our nature as God's creatures determines fundamental aspects of our identity and our knowledge. In a postmodern context informed by a renewed appreciation of the limitations of human nature and reason, Augustine once again emerges as an insightful and compelling source for further reflection.
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I found no place whereon I could stand. I was [then] one by myself, for I had not emitted from myself the god Shu, and I had not spit out from myself the goddess Tefnut; and there existed no. I laid the foundations [of things] in my own heart, and there came into being multitudes of created things, which came into being from the created things which were born from the created things which arose from what they brought forth. I had union with my closed hand, and I embraced my shadow as a wife, and I poured seed into my own mouth, and I sent forth from myself issue in the form of the gods Shu and Tefnut. Saith my father NuMy Eye was covered up behind them i. Then Shu and Tefnut rejoiced from out of the inert watery mass wherein they I were, and they brought to me my Eye i. Now after these things I gathered together my members, and I wept over them, and men and women sprang into being from the tears which came forth from my Eye.
There is no doubt that those active in defending the Christian faith will encounter questions regarding how to understand the creation narrative in light of modern science. The effective apologist, therefore, must have a holistic understanding of scriptural, theological, historical, philosophical, and scientific themes dominating the creation dialogue. Torrance and Thomas H. McCall seek to provide just that Knowing Creation is the first volume of a two-volume set. Volume 2 is entitled Christ and the Created Order and will be reviewed separately.