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MODERN RELIGIONS: AN EXPERIENTIAL ANALYSIS AND EXPOSÉ By Elliot Benjamin, Ph.D.
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This book is an experiential analysis of over twenty modern religious/spiritual groups. The book is divided into two generic segments, inclusive of a tri-perspective experiential analysis using a... More > variety of cult danger rating scales, and a more personal experiential description of the author's involvement in these groups, written in stream of consciousness essay form. The groups explored include controversial religious organizations such as Scientology and The Unification Church, as well as lesser known religious groups such as Conversations with God and Avatar, and also new age retreat centers such as Omega Institute for Holistic Studies and Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. The author describes both the dangers and benefits of various groups, and based upon his own experiences is able to rate these groups on a cult danger vs. spiritual benefits scale on a gradient from "high cult danger" to "favorable spiritual group."< Less
Nona Zuppa & the Pasta Parade By Gera DiSanto
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Nona Zuppa is the oldest living pasta maker. She makes homemade pasta and sauce every day for lunch out of her famous food truck, The Pasta Parade, and she has to get up very early in order to make... More > it on time. But what happens one day when her alarm clock doesn’t ring and Nona Zuppa gets up late? Oh no, what will people do for lunch if she can’t make pasta and sauce? Nona rushes to her truck—only to find that the pasta has already been made! When the same thing happens again on the following day, she knows something strange is going on. Could there be mysterious pasta-making elves in Nona Zuppa’s truck? In this children’s tale, a pasta maker who runs a food truck encounters a mystery when she arrives in the morning to find her pasta already made.< Less
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