Let Me Remember You: God in 'A Course in Miracles'

Overview

The topic of God is central in A Course in Miracles. In the Course, God is everything. He is our Source and our home. All our suffering comes from our sense of alienation from Him. He is also our goal. One day all our sorrows will end in His embrace. In the meantime, beyond our awareness, we remain united with Him in a state so wondrous that words can not begin to capture it.

Little attention, however, has been given to the subject of God by most Course students. It is easy to ...

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Overview

The topic of God is central in A Course in Miracles. In the Course, God is everything. He is our Source and our home. All our suffering comes from our sense of alienation from Him. He is also our goal. One day all our sorrows will end in His embrace. In the meantime, beyond our awareness, we remain united with Him in a state so wondrous that words can not begin to capture it.

Little attention, however, has been given to the subject of God by most Course students. It is easy to get the impression from the Course that God is too remote and uninvolved to be very relevant. Moreover, many students are still trying to escape the fearful images of God on which they were raised. This book is designed to remedy this overall situation, to help the reader gain, perhaps regain, a sense of God's relevance and immediacy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781886602137
  • Publisher: Circle Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Pages: 170
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Perry is an internationally respected author and teacher of A Course in Miracles, and founder of the Circle of Atonement Teaching and Healing Center. His materials help readers appreciate, understand, and practice the teachings of the Course.

Robert's goal has always been to provide a complete picture of what the Course is — as a thought system and as a path meant to be lived in the world on a daily basis — and to support students in walking along that path.

Allen is a writer and teacher of A Course in Miracles and currently works with Course students in Portland, Oregon. He has written a number of books and booklets on the Course, including A Healed Mind Does Not Plan, Seeing the Bible Differently, the Workbook Companion series on the Internet and in book form, as well as co-author of Let Me Remember You. Before joining the Circle of Atonement for several years, he published Miracle Thoughts newsletter and led Course study groups in New Jersey.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Centrality of God 1
Chapter 2 Basic Theology 13
Chapter 3 Father and Son 29
Chapter 4 A God of Love 45
Chapter 5 God Is the One Source, Creator of All that Is 53
Chapter 6 The Fear of God 67
Chapter 7 The Ego's Attack on God 81
Chapter 8 God the Goal and the Means 95
Chapter 9 Does God Know We Are Here? 107
Chapter 10 God Walks with You 119
Chapter 11 Prayer 133
Chapter 12 Using the Workbook Prayers 149
Chapter 13 Three Aspects of Our Relationship with God 157
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