"The New Story about the Oldest Story in the World . . ."
Uniting Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, The Genesis Meditations teaches how early mystics - including Jesus - may have meditated in all three great religions springing from the Middle East. World-known religion scholar and translator Neil Douglas-Klotz finds that all three faiths, in spite of apparent differences, share an emphasis on sacred beginnings. Over the centuries, he points out, Westerners have progressively lost this sense, instead emphasizing apocalyptic endings. Now Dr. Douglas-Klotz seeks to reclaim the lifeaffirming energy of sacred "beginning time," so that we can experience its creative power for ourselves - and perhaps for our world.
Release date: October 2003
Quest Books, 280 pages hardback, $24.95 retail
News -- April 19, 2004:
Two new articles have been posted to the site:
The Story that Jews, Christians and Muslims Still Share
by Neil Douglas-Klotz October 2003
Middle Eastern Peace and the “Sound Bite” Culture:
On Tour in the USA with The Genesis Meditations
by Neil Douglas-Klotz March 2005
News -- November 12, 2003:
The Genesis Meditations voted one of the Best Spiritual Books of 2003 by Spirituality and Health Magazine. See release.
The Abwoon Study Circle website has information on all of Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz's books, recordings and seminar schedule, along with many of his published articles: www.abwoon.com
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