Winter 2013

Volume 21, Number 2

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The Lotus and the Logos

The Saddharma-Pundarika
as a Source for Christianity

Robert M. Price

Robert M. Price examines the evidence regarding the possibility that Buddhist scriptures influenced the Bible. He shows compelling comparisons between such tales as "The Prodigal Son" from the Gospel according to Luke and its counterpart in the Lotus Sutra, giving readers a startling theory to ponder.

A Peek Between the Covers

Joanne Winetzki

Earth Magic: Ancient Shamanic Wisdom for Healing Yourself, Others, and the Planet, by Steven D. Farmer, is Joanne Winetzki's review selection this time around. And who wouldn't be intrigued by the chance to romp with nature spirits, elementals, devas and fairies, as well as deceased ancestors, archangels and ascended masters? Is the topic "airy fairy," as Winetzki puts it, or a reawakening to the spirit helpers all around us? This is a "Peek" not to be missed!

A Pensive Pause

Be Good to Yourself

Joanne Winetzki

When the winter months linger, Joanne Winetzki remembers the advice of a friend, who suggested using this time for a quiet journey within. "Be Good to Yourself" is a beautiful soliloquy on drawing near to that which we most cherish.

The Letters Library

C*NAQ readers speak out

Many readers, including Dale Speirs of Opuntia, Father John W. Groff, Jr., and Frederick Moe, share their thoughts in response to Catherine Groves' "Through the Editor's Eyes" from the Autumn 2013 C*NAQ Plus. Their responses to her "Further Faster Frenzy" advance the discussion regarding today's technology and its possible effect on spirituality.


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