God Without Religion
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6 x 9
Questioning Centuries of Accepted Truths
The son of self-exiled Iraqi Jews, Sankara Saranam shows why organized religion has long been the cause of humanity’s worst wars and most acute suffering—then paves the way beyond this divisive history into more expansive perceptions capable of creating a unified, peaceful future. Through a series of penetrating inquiries and practices, God Without Religion invites readers to examine their beliefs, explore the nature of the divine, and develop a personal relationship with God.