Christianity

  1. The Mark

    The Mark by Maurice Nicoll, from the intro: “Man touches the Earth with his physical feet, but he touches life with his psychological feet. His most external psychological level is sensual, a matter of sensation, a matter of the senses. That is, his most external thinking and feeling arise from what he perceives from sense. This level represents the feet of his psychological being as distinct from the feet of his physical being, and the kind of shoes which cover his feet represent his particular views, opinions, and attitudes that he wears or uses in his approach to sense-given life.

  2. The New Man

    The New Man By Maurice Nicoll. From the introduction: ALL sacred writings contain an outer and an inner meaning. Behind the literal words lies another range of meaning, another form of knowledge. According to an old−age tradition, Man once was in touch with this inner knowledge and inner meaning. There are many stories in the Old Testament which convey another knowledge, a meaning quite different from the literal sense of the words.

  3. Jesus in India

    Jesus in India by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian is one of the original sources of the controversial theory of Jesus’ visit to India. According to this book, first published in 1908, Jesus went to Kashmir and Tibet after deliverance from death on the cross. The author documents his theories through documents from Buddhist, Christian and Muslim sources. Much of this research is the foundations for later books and bestseller on the topic.

  4. The Holy Bible

    The Bible (from Greek τὰ βιβλία ta biblia "the books") is a collection of sacred scripture of both Judaism and Christianity. There is no single version; both the individual books (Biblical canon) and their order vary between denominations.