Complete Joy!

"Unless you create you are unfulfilled, but God does not know unfulfillment, therefore you must create." (7.9.3:6) 

This sentence is one very clear example of the fact that most, if not all, of Jesus' logical arguments throughout the Course are based....                                                                              Continue reading...

The Concept of God

Although a correct concept of God is not the same as an experience of oneness with God, a correct concept is essential for salvation. Concepts are needed at the bodily or perceptual level of experience. Concepts affect experience....                                                                                                  Continue reading...

Oneness

Consider the following statements from the Text:

In creation, you are not in a reciprocal relation to God since He created you and you did not create Him. Only in this respect does your creative power differ from His. (7.1,I:4-5)

After thinking about thesee two statements, I realized that they can serve as a basis for justifying the claim that the Course teaches that there is more than numerically one being...    Continue reading...

The Kingdom?

Some students of A Course in Miracles have trouble with the use of the term "kingdom". It is archaic, historically outdated. It implies that God is a man and a king.                    Continue reading...