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Looking for God within the Kingdom of Religious Confusion

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Published by AnotherView Publishing .
Written in English


  • Christianity - General,
  • Spirituality - New Age,
  • Religion-Christianity - General,
  • Religion

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A layman"s odyssey every open-minded Atheist, Jew, Christian, Muslim, Agnostic, or Spiritual seeker should ponder!

GenreNew Age, Fiction, Religiious Fiction
The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11838121M
ISBN 100978856503
ISBN 109780978856502

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  The key to the Kingdom of Religious confusion is gratitude and self-forgiveness and Arthur Schade’s book is an ambitious step toward the ultimate realization that the God we are all seemingly seeking resides within ourselves ~ within a Unified Field of love, joy and soul consciousness which resides not only beyond time and space but also beneath our deepest . Schade is married, father of three young men, and received his Business Management degree from Syracuse University. Marine and Vietnam Combat Veteran, former Bank Manager, twenty-eight years in corporate management, and author of Jacob’s inspirational journey; “Looking for God within the Kingdom of Religious Confusion.” In /5.   After six long days of traveling by air, train, and hired gypsy taxi cabs, Jacob reached the ancient Gateway of Abraham —the only entrance to The Kingdom of Religious Confusion. Once through its portal, he would begin his journey on the war-torn roads of . AW Schade; a USMC /69, Vietnam Veteran, retired corporate executive and author of the award winning book, “Looking for God within the Kingdom of Religious Confusion.” A captivating, comparative, and enlightening tale that seeks to comprehend the doctrines and discord between and within Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Secularism. What the seeker .

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Tolstoy's book "The Kingdom of God is within you", written well over a hundred years ago, is more relevant than ever for us today. First printed in in Germany, since it was banned in his native Russia, it is the culmination of thirty years of Tolstoy's Christian anarchist beliefs.4/5(). The Kingdom of God is the inner rule of God. The person in whom the Kingdom of God resides always does God’s will; he or she always is obedient to God. No one who is born of God will continue to sin, because God’s seed remains in him; he cannot go on sinning, because he has been born of God. THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer. Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! And in the case of LOOKING FOR GOD WITHIN THE KINGDOM OF RELIGIOUS CONFUSION, it is written VERY well by AW Schade. There has always been a need for novels of this sort that explore the differences and similarities among religious faiths, but at this particular juncture in our history this book is extremely timely/5.