The question of God is the most mysterious and profound idea ever proposed by the analytical mind of man. Throughout time, man's various replies have spawned at least seven major religions and hundreds of associated cults. A Higher Good examines this important question in a new light and from a different angle. It questions the egotistical disposition of man and asserts that instead of being created in the image of God, we have created God in our image. The book opens with a detailed narrative of a death experience the author had as a teenager in 1962, and his resulting impressions of the metaphysical. But that's only a portion of this hard-hitting and thought-provoking work. A Higher Good challenges the western perception of God and examines the underlying psychological motives that influence these conclusions. It makes an argument against the existence of Hell, gives a new definition of evil and grace, and suggests that we each choose a God of our own understanding. Then, in the Three Phases, it details an exact process for achieving ultimate personal spiritual enlightenment.
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