Religion News, January 26, 2011


  • City of gods: The tortuous past of Jerusalem, endlessly fought over by Jews, Christians and Muslims, is brilliantly revealed in Simon Sebag Montefiore’s Jerusalem: The Biography [Kindle edition]
  • Recovering From Religious Abuse: Millions have experienced religious abuse — whether it’s a well-publicized event like what happened to Elizabeth Smart or to Catholic Altar boys molested by pedophile priests — but it’s most common in Christian churches and para-church organizations, which are run by ambitious leaders. When the leader has a narcissistic streak, which is frequent, religious abuse is always present. That’s why Recovering from Religious Abuse [Kindle editionoffsite | Buy a Kindleoffsite] has just been released by Simon & Schuster. Until now, there has been nothing that addresses the problem, while also offering a solution that helps the victims. Using an 11-step method, wounded Christians — those who have been used, abused, and discarded by self-righteous religious leaders — can reconnect with God in a healing, transforming way.

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