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Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution - The Essential Ideas and Teachings as Applied to the Gospels - cover

Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution - The Essential Ideas and Teachings as Applied to the Gospels

Anton Jarrod

Publisher: Light Pillar Press

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Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution provides an innovative, authoritative, comprehensive and readable introduction to the works and ideas of the Danish spiritual writer Martinus (1890-1981), as applied to the four Gospels. Presented by a long-time spiritual practitioner and researcher, Anton Jarrod brings over twenty years’ experience, insight, spiritual practice and exploration to bear on this foray into writing about spirituality. He looks at the Gospels through a Martinus lens and takes the reader through Martinus’s essential ideas by looking at the life of Jesus, one of history’s most controversial figures. What results is a fascinating reflection on not only life’s deepest questions and mysteries, but also the penetrating insights and analyses of Martinus, one of modern spirituality’s still undiscovered gems.

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