Spring 2012

Volume 20, Number 2+




Through the Editor's Eyes

To e or
Not to e

Catherine Groves

Catherine Groves probes the exploding popularity of Kindles, Nooks, Kobos and the like. Not only are eReaders considered a "must have" by growing numbers of bookworms, but too cheap — or even free — eBook publishing changes the playing field for the small press and self-publishers. Still, are titles available only in e-formats fitting candidates for review in C*NAQ? What impact might we expect this technology to have especially on alternative spiritualities? Catch this "Through the Editor's Eyes" or you might miss out on — one could say — a grand eVent!

The Tales of Saint Iodasaph

Saint Iodasaph
A Sermon of Saint Iodasaph: The Great Commandment

Robert M. Price

To celebrate the long-awaited release of Dr. Robert M. Price's Biblical Buddhism: Tales and Sermons of Saint Iodasaph, we've revisited the venerable Saint's birthplace: the January-March 1991 issue of Christian*New Age Quarterly. Biblical Buddhism is an eBook collection of the Buddhist-Christian "Tales," originally published in Christian*New Age Quarterly over the course of two decades. This new eCollection is the subject of the Reverend Daniel B. Hahn's next "Peek Between the Covers," which is scheduled for our Summer 2012 issue.

"Saint Iodasaph" explores the history of the accidental Christianization of the legend of Prince Siddhartha, as well as lays the foundation for future "Tales of Saint Iodasaph." And what is "The Great Commandment"? Only a Saint can tell.

The Letters Library

C*NAQ readers speak out

Readers across the USA and England share particularly stimulating ideas in this issue. Topics range from speculation on Jesus' historical occupation to comic book superheroes to balancing feminine and masculine energies. Alexander Markin stirs conversation about eBooks as he relates his thoughts about publishing The Fulfilment by Edith Allonby. In addition, Wendell E. Wilkinson compares Robert M. Price's "Synchronicity, the Monadology, and the Law of Attraction" (see C*NAQ, Winter 2011) and  Jeffrey J. Kirpal's Authors of the Impossible: The Paranormal and the Sacred to discover "the larger picture that ordinarily remains hidden."


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