"We see, in many a land, the proudest dynasties and tyrannies still crushing, with their mountain weight, every free motion of the Consciences and hearts of men. We see, on the other hand, the truest heroism for the right and the greatest devotion to the Truth in hearts that God has touched. We have a work to do, as great as our forefathers and, perhaps, far greater. The enemies of Truth are more numerous and subtle than ever and the needs of the Church are greater than at any preceding time. If we are not debtors to the present, then men were never debtors to their age and their time. Brethren, we are debtors to the hour in which we live. Oh, that we might stamp it with Truth and that God might help us to impress upon its wings some proof that it has not flown by neglected and unheeded." -- C.H. Spurgeon . . . "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." John 8:31, 32 . . . . .

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Four Astounding Words

by A.M. Kisly

"For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain."  Philippians 1:21

The last four words in this verse just quoted are, to me, four of the most astounding words in scripture.  "To DIE is GAIN!"  These words can be understood only by a singular group of people - born again, spiritually minded Christians. Unsaved people cannot understand them, nor can carnally minded, worldly Christians understand and appreciate them.

When a loved one dies we refer to that death as a "loss." We say, "We lost our mother," or "We lost our father," or "We lost our child."  But to the Apostle Paul, that spiritual giant who was God's minister to the Church, death was not a loss.  It was definitely payday for him!  Therefore he declared, "To die is Gain."

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Monday, October 28, 2019

Contemporary Christian Music: A Call to Social Justice?

by A.M. Kisly

Social Justice warriors are now calling on the Contemporary Christian Musicians to stop singing songs focusing on love, instead focus on division, hot button political issues and criticizing President Trump.  Protecting sovereign borders, and upholding the law of the land (legal immigration), is being touted by SJW’s as immoral, and racist…something Christian musicians should sing about? Right?

An article written by John Blake, and published by CNN, came out recently, attacking the Christian Music Industry. Mr. Blake titled his article, Why Christian Music's Biggest Stars Refuse to Change Their Tune for the Trump Era.


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Saturday, October 26, 2019

A STUDY on MORE BIBLICAL WORDS Part 3 – by James Fire and Sonny Islas


A STUDY on MORE  VARIOUS BIBLICAL WORDS  Part 3 – by James Fire

We began to examine biblical words and their meanings some time ago; pastor Sonny Islas started it all in
Part One; I continued in Part Two, and now we have Part Three - in which we both share a few words in this article.

You can watch the FB video on this teaching as it was presented at ETERNAL LIVING WORD Church on 10/23/2019 here.
Note: all biblical words are hyper-linked so you can read these definitions for yourselves. So, without further ado, let's dig in!
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Thursday, October 24, 2019

The EMERGENT PROTOCOLS of LUCIFERIANISM – a REAL DARK NEWS/TTUF article


 ~ by James Fire

MATERIAL OR MYSTICAL? OR A MIX OF BOTH?

There are many who are Materialists and Modernists, who dismiss anything relating to a spiritual reality. These are those who believe we are merely biological organisms: thinking meat machines as it were.

They look at the idea of ‘Satan’ as a man of red skin, horns, pitchfork and a tail and one who rules in a mythical hell. The same goes for angels, demons and God – all imaginary. C.S. Lewis once stated in The Screwtape Letters, an allegorical work where an elder demon is instructing his novice regarding his ‘assignment’ (“patient”). 

If once we can produce our perfect work – the Materialist Magician, the man, not using, but veritably worshipping, what he vaguely calls ‘Forces’ while denying the existence of ‘spirits’ – then the end of the war will be in sight. But in the meantime, we must obey our orders. I do not think you will have much difficulty in keeping the patient in the dark. The fact that ‘devils’ are predominantly comic figures in the modern imagination will help you. If any faint suspicion of your existence begins to arise in his mind, suggest to him a picture of something in red tights, and persuade him that since he cannot believe in that (it is an old textbook method of confusing them) he therefore cannot believe in you.”

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Sunday, October 20, 2019

GENESIS – An Expositional Overview of the Beginning of God’s Revelation: Chapter TWENTY THREE


Contributing commentaries by Sonny Islas and James Fire
Studies by Ray Steadman: GENESIS 23:Til Death Do Us Part 

GENESIS 23 – by James Fire

Introduction: There is, above all of the burdens and griefs of life, the curse of death – that unavoidable appointment that all of us face. Gertrude in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet said it succinctly, “All that lives, must die.” The death of a dear friend was something that made GOD the Son weep at the tomb of Lazarus (JOHN 11:35). Every grave is a testament to the truth that:

The wages of sin is death (ROM 6:23). And they are cruel, but just wages to pay. While these wages have been “paid in full” (Christ declared it, when He said, It is finishedfrom the cross; JOHN 19:30), we who are the saints of GOD, born again of His Holy Spirit still are contained in these corrupted bodies, under the curse of sin – these bodies that get sick, they often contain defects, they wear down, get old and eventually wither away and cease to live and are reduced to dusty, dry bones.

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Criticism in Leadership


Servant Leaders Conference at ETERNAL LIVING WORD Church on: Lessons from the life of King David - SEPT. '19

By pastor Vance Wood of LifeBridge on 2 Samuel 19:1-8
Watch the Facebook video of this teaching here.

When we receive criticism from others, we can often feel hurt, defeated, isolated; something that we’ve put a lot of effort into, some real thought, invested a lot of ourselves into something, and then people criticize it all. How’s that feel? It’s tough isn’t it? I think sometimes it’s pretty direct, it’s focused, it’s veiled: 

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

GENESIS – An Expositional Overview of the Beginning of God’s Revelation: Chapter TWENTY TWO


Contributing commentaries by Sonny Islas and James Fire

Studies by Ray Steadman: GENESIS 22: Life’s Hardest Trial 

GENESIS 22- 24 Karat FAITH by Sonny Islas
Introduction
Genesis 22 is the high point of the Book of Genesis. Mainly because of this shocking and unforgettable narrative that clearly points to the future sacrifice of God’s only Son – Jesus. Genesis 22 is also the high point of Abraham’s faith, love and relationship with Yahweh God. Abraham learned two great lessons,
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Monday, October 7, 2019

2 SAMUEL 7 – COVENANT KEEPER For The KING: ESTABLISHING The ETERNAL THRONE of DAVID By GOD’s PROMISE


Servant Leaders Conference at ETERNAL LIVING WORD Church on: Lessons from the life of King David - SEPT. '19

~ By James Fire

We are here to learn about David, the faithful shepherd boy, slayer of lions and bears; the youngest and therefore the least of seven brothers, the last one to be considered a king; who alone stood toe to toe with a giant and got him to ‘lose his head’; the only musician who could soothe the agitated state of the King’s spiritually dark gloom, the Psalmist who desired only one thing: that he would “dwell in the house of the LORD forever, to see the beauty of the LORD and to inquire in His temple” (PSALM 27).

David: the warrior and champion of Israel unrivaled except perhaps by Joshua, successor to Moses. David, the man after GOD’s own heart, who when confronted on his sin, didn’t try to shift the blame as did Saul, but ‘fessed up and was restored to his fellowship with the LORD. The king, whose covenant GOD established and is keeping for this king and the coming King of Israel, Jesus Christ!
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Sunday, October 6, 2019

DO NOT DIMINISH A WORD - JEREMIAH 26:2-3

Servant Leaders Conference at ETERNAL LIVING WORD Church on: A Special Message - SEPT. '19

by pastor Sonny Islas 

Jeremiah 26:2,3 says Thus says the Lord: ‘Stand in the court of the Lord’s house, and speak to all the cities of Judah (in our own day, the church), which come to worship in the Lord’s house, all the words that I command you to speak to them. Do not diminish a word. Perhaps everyone will listen and turn from his evil way that I may relent concerning the calamity which I purpose to bring on them because of the evil of their doings (staying true to God’s Word is mercy extended).

As I was reading the book of Jeremiah under a palm tree at my house (it's a very nice spot by the way!), there was a command of GOD that was made up of only five words that arrested my attention; five words the LORD gave to His prophet Jeremiah. And when I read these five words, I couldn't seem to shake it off; where you just know for a fact that God is talking to you and you're wondering if this is something that the LORD is giving personally to you, or if it's something that He wants you to relay to His people. This is a special message only in that it doesn't have anything to do with David, necessarily - the theme for this conference was the latter life of King David. It's more of an urgent call, to those who handle God's Word, for pastors, preachers and Bible teachers, to remain faithful to the entire Word of God! And that's the call of this ministry, to stay faithful to Jesus, stay faithful to His Word, no matter what!

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Friday, October 4, 2019

New Spirituality Directory of Authors Not Recommended



A Directory of Authors NOT RECOMMENDED
Written and Compiled by Chris Lawson


It is no secret these days that Christian bookstore and ministry resource databases are often jam-packed with so-called Christian resources that are actually promoting anything but biblical Christianity. Special care may be taken by bookstore owners and ministry leaders alike to ensure that ministry and business are “in order,” but, when a close look is taken, the sale of spiritually unsafe material abounds. This is the primary reason for these  lists—to help warn and protect you, the reader, and to provide a quick reference guide.

You should know that many of the authors listed here profess to follow or glean from “Jesus,” yet at the same time they assiduously reject the biblical Jesus Christ of Nazareth Who is Savior, Lord, and God. In fact, many of these authors teach the absolute antithesis (opposite) of the historic Christian faith. Books rife with New Age occult teachings and practices abound in many Christian bookstores, and many owners and managers are going to sell them, regardless.

Over the past twenty plus years, I have spent thousands of hours researching, examining, and refuting dangerous cultic and occult practices as a missionary, church planter, and pastor. My purpose in doing so has been to help people escape dangerous occult influences, heretical doctrines both inside and outside the church, and the bondage of satanic genius that holds people captive by the powers of darkness.

The Christian literature marketplace has become utterly dangerous in the 21st century. I never thought I would see the day when New Age, occult, eastern-style meditative practices and all manner of aberrant and heretical teachings would become commonplace among Christian bookstores. What’s even worse is that much of this dangerous material is couched in Christian jargon and presented as spiritual paths to deepen and connect more intimately with God.

Considering these things, most of the authors listed in the first two lists profess to be “Christian,” while at the same time writing, recommending, and/or personally endorsing either outright or by proxy, heretical teachings and/or dangerous practices, which are contrary to sound biblical theology.
Discerning believers have expressed deep concern over the apostasy we face in the 21st century churches. The courage to stand firm and “earnestly contend for the faith” (Jude 3) coupled with a deep personal love for the Lord Jesus Christ and His Word are at the very foundation of these believers’ lives. Their concern for the spiritual welfare of the body of Christ has been a deeply motivating factor in this project.

Our Lord Jesus Christ warned, “Take heed that no man deceive you” (Matthew 24:4, Mark 13:5; Luke 21:8). Paul the apostle warned, “Let no man deceive you by any means (2 Thessalonians 2:3). John, the apostle warned, “Little children [believers in Christ], let no man deceive you” (1 John 3:7). Every single New Testament book except one warns about some form of spiritual deception, false teaching, or false teachers. Should we not “take heed,” as God through His very Word has so clearly warned, especially as the days in which we live grow precariously evil.

Scriptural Admonitions, Commands, and Warnings:
Genesis 1:1-12:20; Exodus 19:1-20:26; Deuteronomy 13:1-18; 18:20-22; 1 Samuel 28; Jeremiah 23; Ezekiel chapters 1-3 and 8-11; Daniel 1:8-21; 3:1-25; Zechariah 5:1-11; Matthew 7:1-5, 15-27; 23:1-39; 24:1-51; Mark 9:42-50; 13:1-37; Luke 9:23; John 17; Acts 8:9-25; 19:19-20; 20: 27-31; Romans 16:17-20; 1 Corinthians 6:9-10; 2 Corinthians 6:14-15; 11:1-4, 12-15; Galatians 1:6-10; 2:4-5; Ephesians 4:11-16; 5:11-12; Philippians 1:8-11; 4:17-21; Colossians 1:28-29; 2:8-9; 1 Thessalonians 5:1-22; 2 Thessalonians 1:3-2:16; 1 Timothy 1:3-11,18-20; 4:1-11; 6:3-5,11-12, 20-21; 2 Timothy 1:13-15; 2:1-7,14-26; 3:1-4:22; Titus 1:9-2:18; 3:9-10; Hebrews 5:12-14 and chapters 11 and 12; James 1:1-5:20; 1 Peter 3:18-5:14; 2 Peter 2:2-3:16; 1 John 2:18-23; 4:1-6; 2 John 1-13; 3 John 9-12; Jude 1:1-25; Revelation 2:1-3:22; 11:1-14; 13:1-18; 17:1-20:15.


The New Spirituality in the Church

Each of the following authors professes to be Christian and/or uses biblical terminology in his or her writing, yet promotes at least one of the following serious false teachings: contemplative spirituality (i.e., Spiritual Formation), the emergent, progressive “new” spirituality, the seeker-friendly, church-growth movement (e.g., Willow Creek, Purpose Driven) and/or Yoga.



A
Abbott, David L.
Adams, James Rowe
Allender, Dan
Arico, Carl J.
Armstrong, Karen
Artress, Lauren
Assagioli, Roberto



B
Babbs, Liz
Bakker, Jay
Barton, Ruth Haley
Bass, Diana Butler
Batterson, Mark
Baxter, Mary
Bell, Rob
Benner, David
Bennison, John
Bentley, Todd
Bickle, Mike
Bjorklund, Kurt
Blanchard, Ken
Boa, Kenneth
Bolger, Ryan
Bolz-Weber, Nadia
Bono
Bordenkircher, Susan
Borg, Marcus
Bourgeault, Cynthia
Bronsink, Troy
Brother Lawrence
Brueggemann, Walter
Bruteau, Beatrice
Buchanan, John M.
Budziszewski, J.
Buford, Bob
Burke, Spencer



C
Calhoun, Adele Ahlberg
Caliguire, Mindy
Campbell, Joseph
Campolo, Bart
Campolo, Tony
Canfield, Jack
Card, Michael
Carroll, L. Patrick
Chalke, Steve
Chalmers, Joseph

Chinmoy, Sri

Chittister, Joan
Claiborne, Shane
Coe, John
Coffin, William Sloane
Collins, Jim
Crabb, Larry
Cron, Ian
Crossan, John Dominic
Crowder, David

D
De Mello, Anthony
De Waal, Esther
Demarest, Bruce
Dillard, Annie
Dowd, Michael
Dykes, David R
Driscoll, Mark
Drury, Keith
Dyckman, Katherine Marie

E
Edwards, Gene
Edwards, Tilden
Egan, Harvey
Epperly, Bruce
Evans, Rachel Held

F
Felten, David
Fleming, Dave
Flowers, Betty Sue
Ford, Leighton
Fosdick, Harry Emerson
Foster, Richard
Fox, George
Fox, Matthew
Friend, Howard E., Jr.
Funk, Mary Margaret

G
Garrison, Becky
Geering, Lloyd
Gibbs, Eddie
Gire, Ken
Goleman, Daniel
Goll, James
Graham, Dom Alfred
Greig, Pete
Griffin, Emilie
Griffiths, Bede
Gru, Jean-Nicholas
Gungor







H

Haas, Peter Traban

Haight, Roger

Haliczer, Stephen

Hall, Thelma
Hansen, Mark Victor
Hays, Edward
Hazard, David
Healey, Charles
Hedrick, Charles
Hildegard of Bingen
Hazard, David
Healey, Charles
Hedrick, Charles
Hildegard of Bingen

I
Ignatius Loyola, St.
Issler, Klaus

J
Jager, Willigis
Jenks, Gregory C.
Johnson, Jan
Johnston, William
Jones, Alan
Jones, Laurie Beth
Jones, Tony

K
Kaisch, Ken
Keating, Thomas
Kelsey, Morton
Kent, Keri Wyatt
Kidd, Sue Monk
Kimball, Dan
King, Mike
King, Robert H.
Kraft, Robert A.
Kreeft, Peter

L
L’Engle, Madeleine
Lamott, Anne
Law, William

M
Madigan, Shawn
Main, John
Manning, Brennan
Martin, James
Mattioli, Joseph
Matus, Thomas
May, Gerald
McColman, Carl
McKnight, Scot
McLaren, Brian
McManus, Erwin
Meninger, William
Meyers, Robin R.
Miller, Calvin
Miller, Donald
Moon, Gary
Moore, Beth

Moore, Brian P. 
Moran, Michael T.

Moreland, J.P.

Morganthaler, Sally

Mother Theresa

Mundy, Linus
Muyskens, John David

N
Newcomer, Carrie
Norris, Gunilla Brodde
Norris, Kathleen
Nouwen, Henri

O
Ortberg, John

P
Pagels, Elaine
Pagitt, Doug
Palmer, Parker
Paloma, Margaret M.
Patterson, Stephen J.
Peace, Richard
Peale, Norman Vincent
Pennington, Basil
Pepper, Howard
Peterson, Eugene
Piper, John
Plumer, Fred
Pope Benedict XVI
Procter-Murphy, Jeff

R
Rakoczy, Susan
Reininger, Gustave
Rhodes, Tricia
Robbins, Duffy
Robbins, Maggie
Rohr, Richard
Rolle, Richard
Rollins, Peter
Romney, Rodney
Ruether, Rosemary Radford
Rupp, Joyce
Russell, A.J.
Ryan, Thomas




S

Sampson, Will

Sanford, Agnes

Scandrette, Mark

Scazzero, Pete
Schuller, Robert
Selmanovic, Samir
Senge, Peter
Shannon, William
Shore, John
Sinetar, Marsha
Sittser, Gerald
Smith, Chuck, Jr.
Smith, Elizabeth
Smith, James Bryan
Sweet, Leonard


T
Talbot, John Michael
Tasto, Maria
Taylor, Barbara Brown
Teague, David
Thomas, Gary
Thompson, Marjorie
Thresher, Tom
Tiberghien, Susan
Tickle, Phyllis
Treece, Patricia
Tuoti, Frank
Twiss, Richard

V
Vaswig, William (Bill)

Virkler, Mark

Voskamp, Ann


W

Wallis, Jim
Wakefield, James
Ward, Benedicta
Ward, Karen
Warren, Rick
Webber, Robert
Wilhoit, James C.
Willard, Dallas
Wilson-Hartgrove, Jonathan
Winner, Lauren
Wink, Walter
Wolsey, Roger
Wright, N.T.

Y
Yaconelli, Mark
Yaconelli, Mike
Yancey, Phillip
Yanni, Kathryn A.
Yarian, Br. Karekin M.
Young, Sarah
Young, William Paul
Yungblut, John R.

Z
Zeidler, Frank P.




New Age Movement

Each of the following authors promotes one or more of the following: New Age/Eastern philosophy and/or meditation, New Thought religion, Kaballah, Sufism, and/or Buddhism.



A

Aaron, David

Adiswarananda, Swami

Aitken, Robert
Alexander, Eben
Amen, Daniel
Anand, Margot
Anderson, Joan Wester
Anderson, Keleah
Armstrong, Karen
Au, Wilkie

B
Bailey, Alice
Baker-Fletcher, Karen
Ballard, Jim
Ban Breathnach, Sarah
Barnstone, Willis
Beattie, Melody
Berg, Michael
Besserman, Perle
Bestler, Emily
Beversluis, Joel D.
Blavatsky, Helena
Boon, Brooke
Boorstein, Sylvia
Bordenkircher, Susan
Borris, Dan
Borysenko, Joan
Boyce, Tillman
Bradshaw, John
Brandt, Beverly F.
Browne, Sylvia
Bryant, Christopher
Buck, Roland
Buri, Fritz
Burnham, Sophy
Burroughs, Kendra Crossen
Butterworth, Eric
Lorna Byrne
Byrne, Rhonda

C
Calamari, Barbara
Cameron, Julia
Camp, Carole
Candolini, G.T.
Campbell, Peter A.
Cannon, Noreen
Capacchione, Lucia
Childs, Hal
Chilson, Richard
Chittick, William C.
Chodron, Pema
Chopra, Deepak
Choquette, Sonia
Christ, Carol P.
Clemens, Nancy
Clifton, Chas
Cole-Whittaker, Terry
Conlon, James. A
Connell, Janice T.
Cooper, David E.
Cousin, Pierre Jean
Covey, Stephen R.

D
D’Arcy, Paula
Dalai Lama, The
Daley, Rosie
Dass, Ram
Déchanet, J.M.
De Michelis, Elizabeth
Dole, George F.
Doniger, Wendy
Dossey, Larry
Downey, Roma
Drosnin, Michael
Dueck, Alvin
Dyer, Wayne W.

E
Eadie, Betty
Easwaran, Eknath
Egeberg, Gary
Ehlers, Lesley
Eliade, Mircea
Elkins, Rita
Emonet, Pierre-Marie
Epstein, Perle
Evans, Cheryl
Wentz-Evans, W.Y.

F
Farnham, Timothy J.
Fay, Martha
Ferguson, Marilyn
Fischer, Norman
Ford-Grabowski, Mary
Fox, Emmet
Freeman, Laurence
Fried, Gregory
Fleming, Dave

G
Gach, Gary
Galdone, Paul
Gawain, Shakti
Gebara, Ivone
Geirsson, Heimer
Goehring, James E.
Goldsmith, Joel S.
Goldwag, Arthur
Goleman, Daniel P.
Good, Deidre J.
Gordon, Jon
Gover, Tzivar
Gray, John
Green, Arthur
Gruagach, Ben
Guenon, Rene



H

Hamilton, Jeffrey D.

Hamma, Robert M.

Hammer, Olav
Hanh, Thich Nhat
Harman, Willis
Harley, Gail M.
Harris, Paul
Harvey, Andrew
Hay, Louise
Hays, Edward
Hecht, Richard
Heidegger, Martin
Heine, Steven
Hendricks, Gay
Herman, A.L.
Herrigel, Eugene
Hicks, Esther and Jerry
Hinton, David
Hite, Sheilaa
Hoffman, Lawrence A.
Holbrook, George
Hornung, Eri
Hubbard, Barbara Marx
Hulnick, Ron and Mary
Huxley, Aldous
Hyman, Mark

I
Idel, Moshe
Isherwood, Lisa
Ivker, Robert S.

J
Jackson, Carl T.
Jacobs, Alan
Jampolsky, Gerald
Janis, Sharon
Jaoudi, Maria
Jesseph, Joe R.
Jobarteh, Sona
Johnson, Ben
Jones, James William
Jones, John Miriam
Jordan, E. Bernard
Jubien, Michael
Jung, Carl

K
Kabat-Zinn, Jon
Kadowaki, Kakichi
Karma, Glin-Pa
Kaufman, Paul
Kautz, Richard A.
Keizan, Zen Master
Kelder, Peter
Kellert, Stephen R.
Kessler, David
King, Karen L.
Kirvan, John
Klostermaier, Klaus K.
Kraftsow, Gary
Krohn, Katherine
Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth
Kuhn, Christian
Kushner, Aryeh
Kushner, Lawrence

L
Lawrence, Ronald Melvin
Layton, Bentley
Lefebure, Leo
Leong, Kenneth S.
Levine, Stephen
Littlejohn, Scott C.
Lipton, Bruce
Loori, John Daido
Lopez, Donald S, Jr.
Louthan, Howard
Loya, Joseph A.
Loyd, Alex
Luby, Thia
Ludemann, Gerd

M
MacInnes, Elaine
Macqueen, Gailand
Maddocks, Fiona
Marshall, S. J.
Martin, Nancy
Mascaro, Juan
Matt, Daniel
McGinn, Benard
McMahon, Edwin M.
Metcalf, Franz
Meyer, Marvin
Momen, Moojan
Morgan, Peggy
Morrissey, Mary Manin
Mozumdar, K.
Muller, Wayne
Mundy, Jon
Myss, Carolyn

N
Newell, Philip J.
Nichols, Steve
Nietzsche, Friedrich
Northrup, Christiane

O
O’Donohue, John
O’Flatery, Wendy Doniger
Oliver, Harold H.
Olson, Diane C.
Ornish, Dean
Öz, Mehmet Cengiz, (Dr. Oz)

P
Palihawadana, Mahinda
Papus (Gérard Encausse)
Peck, M. Scott
Petulla, Joseph
Po, Li

R

Ramer, Andrew

Rand, William Lee

Randazzo, Anthony, Fr.
Raub, John Jacob
Ray, Michael
Redfield, James
Ribner, Melinda
Richardson, Cheryl
Richardson, Jabez
Robbins, Anthony (Tony)
Roth, Nancy, L.
Roth, Ron
Rupp, Joyce

S
Sansone, Leslie
Scott, S.M.
Schachter-Shalomi, Zalman
Schucman, Helen
Seidman, Richard
Severance, John B.
Sharma, Arvind
Shaw, Beth
Sheldrake, Alfred Rupert
Siegel, Bernie, Dr.
Silverman, Krishna
Smart, Ninan
Smith, Huston
Smith, Peter
Song, Choan-Seng
Sosa, Ernest
Spangler, David
Sri Chinmoy
Star, Jonathan
Steiger, Brad
Steiner, Rudolph
Stephan, Danette
Storch, Walburga
Stryk, Lucien
Sturtevant, William C.
Sundararajan, K.R.
Swami, Sri Purohit
Swedenborg, Emanuel

T
Taylor, Jeremy
Taylor, Terry Lynn
Teasdale, Wayne
Templeton, John Marks
Tice, Paul
Tide-Mark Press
Tolle, Eckhart
Tooker, Elisabeth
Tracy, Brian
Tsu, Lao (Lao Tsu)
Tucker, Mary Evelyn

U
Ulanov, Ann Belford

V
Van de Weyer, Robert
Van Inwagen, Peter
Vanzant, Iyanla
Virtue, Doreen

W
Walters, Kerry
Watts, Alan
Walsch, Neale Donald
Walsh, Birell
Weiming, Tu
Weil, Andrew
Weiss, Brian
Wilber, Ken
Williams, Jacqueline A.
Williams, Raymond Brady
Williamson, Marianne
Wineman, Aryeh
Wines, Leslie
Whit, David Gordon
Wilkinson, Philip
Winfrey, Oprah
Wolf, Laibl
Wright, Dale S.
Wyatt, Thomas

Y
Yogananda, Paramahansa
Yoke, Ho Pen
Young, Serinity

Z
Zaleski, Carol
Zaleski, Philip
Zimmer, Heinrich
Zuercher, Suzanne
Zukav, Gary




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