Summer 2011

Volume 20, Number 1

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which was released in Autumn 2011!




Consciousness Now or Forever?

The Law of the Conservation of Consciousness

L. David Moore

In "Consciousness — Now or Forever?" L. David Moore, PhD, treats readers to an exploration of the interrelationship of physics and faith. While many know of Dr. Moore's work in the field of spirituality, some may be surprised to learn of his thirty years as a distinguished scientist and engineer. "Consciousness — Now or Forever?" draws upon his knowledge in both sectors.

Myth in the New Testament

Robert M. Price

In this fascinating study of myth in the New Testament, Dr. Robert M. Price details often overlooked passages that draw from the rich mythic heritage in which the scriptures are steeped. Then Price overviews various theological stances taken vis-à-vis the mythological underpinnings of numerous New Testament writings.

A Pensive Pause

Easing into Enlightenment

Joanne Winetzki

In our pursuit of spiritual enlightenment, do we try too hard? For her Summer 2011 "Pensive Pause," Joanne Winetzki probes those "aha" moments that can dawn only within a receptive, relaxed state of awareness.

A Peek Between the Covers

Dan Hahn

The Reverend Daniel B. Hahn takes a "Peek" at The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom, by Sophy Burnham. In a happy departure from other books on intuition Hahn has read, Burnham's style is pleasant and conversational — filled with anecdotes, techniques, and allusions to research. Moreover, The Art of Intuition drew Hahn into thoughts about contemporary Christianity's "necessarily schizoid attitude toward our roots." On the one hand, Christians identify with Jesus, believed to have risen from the dead, performed energy healings, and defied natural laws. On the other hand, the cultural frame of reference of most twenty-first century Christians prizes scientific verification and rationality. Hahn offers an intriguing response to this dichotomy.

The Letters Library

C*NAQ readers speak their minds

Our Spring 2011 C*NAQ Plus supplement, which featured Catherine Groves' editorial "Having the Last Word," roused a lively discussion indeed! The mention of the Star Trek series, which Groves used to illustrate the importance of story in our lives, sparked the sharing of personal insights and the reporting of startling factual information that bears upon facets of spirituality from C*NAQ readers. In addition, an exchange between Gabriel of Urantia and Catherine Groves sheds light on C*NAQ's advertising policies, as well as overall mission.


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