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"The Spiritual Code" is a unique book that you will treasure throughout your life. Codified and summarized within are twelve fundamental spiritual laws which are inseparably linked with happiness and success. These twelve "time-tested" principles are drawn from the sacred texts and teachings of the world's great relgions and philosophies, including Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Jainism, Sikhism, Taoism, and Shinto. Supporting text is likewise culled from smaller traditional and tribal religions and various newer religions of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to emphasize the universality of these cardinal principles.
The 12 spiritual laws explored within are profound and have practical application to our lives. While they are established truths, widely-held among the diverse religious traditions, they often come to us in bits and pieces or are obscured in the details. We tend to forget such absolute laws of life when they are most needed. "The Spiritual Code" presents these truths in a manner that is organized and easy to understand, facilitating their comprehension and application. This is a book that you will want to read and reread, as your strive for a more enjoyable, meaningful, rewarding, and successful life.
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Frederick A. Swarts, Ph.D. is a recognized authority in both science and religion. He currently serves as senior research scientist with an international research institute, as well as Secretary General of the World Conference on Preservation and Sustainable Development in the Pantanal. His scholarly publications have contributed to the fields of ecology, environmental science, education and history. Dr. Swarts holds a Ph.D. in biology and education. In addition to his accomplishments in the sciences, he has a distinguished background in the areas of religion, global ethics, and comparative religions.
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Book Description Hudson Macarthur Pub Inc, 2000. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Seller Inventory # P020967594618