The Way of Yeshua

The Way of Yeshua

by Valerie Galante Ph.D.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781484093924
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/12/2013
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Rev. Dr. Valerie Galante is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, ordained Interfaith Minister, and Level II Reiki Practitioner who divides her time between private practice, ministry services, writing and consulting. She has been writing for many years in a variety of formats. During the past 25 years, she has published a groundbreaking doctoral dissertation along with peer-reviewed professional articles and a popular press book entitled, "Finding Your Way: Lessons from Life."

While still attending seminary, Valerie became intrigued by the life of Yeshua, an intrigue that was fueled by a long-held curiosity about his life and the desire to know what happened during the supposed "missing years." As clues about Yeshua's life began to emerge from unexpected sources, she immersed herself into research from diverse fields of study including geography, archaeology, history, and religion in order to tell his story. The result was this book entitled, "The Way of Yeshua."

Valerie's professional commitments have not deterred her from her passion to reach as wide an audience as possible by writing insightful, intriguing, and inspirational stories, whether fictional or true. A helper and healer to the core, Valerie's mission is to live a pure life while providing guidance to those who seek answers to life's most essential questions. This book is her way of sharing esoteric wisdom that has been known to humans since the beginning of time. Anyone with two good ears to listen, or two good eyes to see, will know the truth when they find it.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is juvenile and poorly written. The author seems to believe the fraud perpetrated by Nicolas Notovitch at the end of the 19th century, claiming that Jesus went to India and died a natural life surrounded by his wife and children. It might have been an interesting story, but it's just so badly written it's a chore to read it. So I quit.