Item description for The Thinker's Guide to God (Thinker's Guide) by Peter Vardy & Julie Arliss...
There have been many book on alternative therapies, particularly those tried and tested in different societies over many centuries and millennia. But the original texts are hard to find and remain largely unread. This book contains the original texts from 12 approaches to health and illness that have proved their worth, with short introductions to each text. They include: the original exposition of Yin and Yang as applied to human health and developed in China; the two systems of yoga from India; the advice of the Greek physician Hippocrates on self-treatment; the Tantra on health from Tibet; the original expositions of T'ai Chi; the dietry advice of Muhammed, the founder of Islam; the pyschological insights of the Persian physician, Razi; and the medical views of the German mystic, Hildegard.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 25, 2003
Publisher O Books
ISBN 190381622X ISBN13 9781903816226
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More About Peter Vardy & Julie Arliss
Peter Vardy is vice principal of Heythrop College, London. He is the author of the bestselling books "The Puzzle of God," "The Puzzle of Ethics," "Being Human," and "The Thinkers Guide to Evil" and "The Thinkers Guide to God."
Reviews - What do customers think about The Thinker's Guide to God (Thinker's Guide)?
interesting and informative basic work on "God" May 11, 2007
this introductory work aims to hit the main issues dealing with the subject of "God". Tackles philosophical and theological areas of inquiry, covering a surprising amount of ground for it's size. Not an easy read per se, but manageable for beginners who are willing to use and exert a some brain power. A good book to get your philosophical and theological gears turning.
Great book, so far May 31, 2006
This is the book I've been looking for all these years. It comes as close to not taking sides and presenting both sides as any book I've ever seen. Unfortunately, my father borrowed it from me and I'm going to have to wait for the last half. Dad seems to have relocated his love of reading and even decided to banish the TV a couple of nights a week after picking up this book.
Compelling argument for the existence of God Jul 25, 2004
I picked up this book because I wanted to give faith another chance in my life. While I'm not completely conviced yet (no book should change you overnight), I am more likely to believe after reading this book. It's lean on pages, but thick on information. The authors of this book set out their case by comparing and contrasting arguments against the existence of God. As you'd expect, no argument against God cannot be countered with one for God. This book uses a very intellectual and philosphic approach to both sides of the case. It has chapters that touch on the arguments for the existence of God, attacks on God, the attributes of God, life after death, God and science, and several others. The result is a book that will sway you, if you, like me, lost faith solely because science didn't add up with religion.