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Buddhism's Relation to Christianity: A Miscellaneous Anthology with…

by Michael Lockwood

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'Christ, Myself and the Young People' is a journey in the process of soul searching. Its motif is to reconnect its readers with God. This book also helps us to examine our conscious and to clearly perceive the feelings stirred up by both 'good' and 'evil' spirits. The author has taken considerable indulgences in his personal experiences with the youth in his endeavour to discover where the real problem with the virtual world lies. This book, for sure, as an effective medium of communication, will help its readers to speak with God by establishing an interpersonal relationship with Him.… (more)
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'Christ, Myself and the Young People' is a journey in the process of soul searching. Its motif is to reconnect its readers with God. This book also helps us to examine our conscious and to clearly perceive the feelings stirred up by both 'good' and 'evil' spirits. The author has taken considerable indulgences in his personal experiences with the youth in his endeavour to discover where the real problem with the virtual world lies. This book, for sure, as an effective medium of communication, will help its readers to speak with God by establishing an interpersonal relationship with Him.

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