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Below are top selections from some of the world's religions, including scripture and comparative religious thought.  We try to present non-sectarian selections that can be appreciated by individuals of any faith.

    The World's Religions    

The Tao of Inner Peace - Diane Dreher's book on ending conflict through inner peace.

God at the Edge - Rabbi Niles Goldstein writes about finding God in unique places.

Being Black - Angel Kyodo Williams offers her perspective on Zen Buddhism.

Going Home - Thich Nhat Hanh explores a Buddhist/Christian connection.

The Art of Happiness - His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks with Dr. Howard Cutler.

That's Funny, You Don't Look Buddhist - Sylvia Boorstein on being Jewish and Buddhist.

Jewish Pub. Society: Tanakh - the 1917 translation of the Torah and other books of scripture. 

Gift and Mystery - His Holiness Pope John Paul II shares his life story and ideas.

King James Bible: New Test. - The prodigal son and the good Samaritan, and all of Matthew.

Awakening - Pir Vilayat, head of the Sufi Order, writes about a shift of vision and consciousness.

For the Love of God - twenty-five essays from the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, and more.

The World's Religions - Huston Smith's classic bestseller on the religions of the world. 

Living Judaism - Rabbi Wayne Dosick offers an engaging overview of Jewish philosophy.

After the Ecstacy, the Laundry - Jack Kornfield draws on the various spiritual traditions.

A Simple Path - Mother Teresa's thoughts about prayer, faith, and service to God.

New and favorite selections are periodically rotated into this collection. For a full list of our author archives, please click here.  Comments, thoughts, corrections?  Please contact us.