Summer 2012

Volume 20, Number 3

Please visit "Explore C*NAQ Plus" to learn about Volume 20, Number 3+,
which was released in Autumn 2012!




One Man's Journey

In Search of God

L. David Moore

From his early childhood roots in the pews of an American Baptist Church to his present spiritual understanding nourished by "the enlightened atmosphere on top of a sacred mountain" where he now resides, Dr. L. David Moore has enjoyed many decades in his quest "In Search of God." In "One Man's Journey," Moore shares his inner seeking, which has taken him through unconditional love to belief in "All is One" to relative contentment with not yet fully knowing. Moore also relates highlights of realizations gleaned during his extensive travels, from Jerusalem to southern France to Peru to the Yucatan and beyond.

A Peek Between the Covers

Dan Hahn

The Reverend Daniel B. Hahn reviews Dr. Robert M. Price's Biblical Buddhism: Tales and Sermons of Saint Iodasaph — an eBook collection of Buddhist-Christian stories first published in Christian*New Age Quarterly's "Tales of Saint Iodasaph" column, spanning two decades in C*NAQ's history.

A Pensive Pause

Is the Truth all that Important?

Joanne Winetzki

As children, we are usually taught to always tell the truth. As we grow, we see adults telling "little white lies." Often, public figures blatantly say "anything but the truth!" In this "Pensive Pause," Joanne Winetzki asks, "Is the Truth all that Important?"

The Letters Library

C*NAQ readers speak their minds

An outstanding column graces this issue, with Frederick Moe, Joanne Winetzki and Wendell E. Wilkinson sharing thoughts arising from Catherine Groves' "To e or not to e," which was published in the Spring 2012 C*NAQ Plus. Wilkinson also muses about Robert M. Price's "A Sermon of Saint Iodasaph: The Great Commandment" — our featured reprint also in the same Spring Plus — vis-à-vis the teachings of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Ramana Maharshi. In addition, Judith Eir Landaiche ponders over the feminine and masculine energies that she finds so central to the spiritual quest.


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