Nowadays, a person is surrounded by a huge amount of information. For example, if you search for the word "faith" on the Internet, you will receive more than 6,500,000 pages for this query. But despite this, humanity has always been looking for answers to frequently asked questions:

  • what is the meaning of life?
  • What universal moral values ​​exist?
  • Is there evidence of the existence of the afterlife?
  • What is known about the immortality of the soul?
  • Is there life after death?
  • God exists or not, and so on.

Finding answers to these questions is possible in such a voluminous category as religion, because it permeates all areas of our lives.

The purpose of the section is to present to the reader as many books on the topic of religion (the existence of God, the creation of the world, the relationship of man with higher powers, etc.). You do not have to pay anything for this - we provide the opportunity to read books online in English without registering on the site.

Religion arose under the influence of the conditions of social life, the difficulties of the cognitive process, the need to get out of seemingly hopeless situations, as well as the emotional attitude of man to reality. That is, religion (from the Latin religio - connection) is a set of cultural, spiritual and moral values ​​and worldviews of a particular person or group of people that establish society's attitude to spirituality.

The uniqueness of our position is that we are at the end of history:

  • we have the opportunity to study the original sources, different opinions about the belief in the supernatural, the existence of the afterlife;
  • get acquainted with world religions;
  • Decide what the soul needs in this case.

Information is available on the Internet and in books, it is free.

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Maybe someone wants to read Emanuel Swedenborg's book "Angelic Wisdom on Divine Providence". The reader will find in this book a firm conviction in God's care for man, in his boundless love, wisdom and mercy.

Adherents of Buddhism will probably be interested in "The Life of the Buddha and His Lessons" by GS Olcott or "Breadcrumbs" a collection of spiritual and philosophical essays by Francis J. Shaw. Here the author combines history and spiritual storytelling in the style of parables, where he encourages readers to find their truth, to think about the mystical journey of life.

Religions share the belief in one or more gods, the existence of sacred texts and prayers in temples, but differ in the figures of gods and prophets, holidays, and many other elements. Nevertheless, none of them propagates war, calls for the killing of people, or calls for violence. Islam and Christianity, for example, call for love of neighbor and peace among people.

The issue of religion is very interesting and diverse. Therefore, we recommend that you visit our online library and see for yourself.

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iginal Dutch settlers. Many ceremonies and customs, relics of aruder age, and now nearly forgotten, were still practised. TheRaymonds, although pious, and more intelligent than most of theirneighbours, kept up many of the usages of Fatherland on the Christmasoccasion, perhaps more as wafting them back in remembrance of earlyenjoyment in the home circle, than from any present love of thefestivity common at this period.The joyful season drew nigh merrily, and in the watchmaker's family,as in all

han Eric. "Now," said the old woman gruffly, when she took away the remains of the supper, "you have ate what would do me for a week. You won't starve, Master Prince. Go to bed." The old woman left him, but suddenly returning, she discovered Eric on his knees. As he rose, she scoffed and jeered him, and asked, "Do you always say your prayers?" "Yes, always," replied the boy. "Who taught you?" "My mother, who is dead." The old woman

to His fallen creatures, than to have revealed a book which would leave them in doubt and uncertainty, to contend with one another, from age to age, respecting the meaning of its contents. That such uncertainty and contention have existed for ages, none will deny. The wise and learned have differed, and do still widely differ, from each other, in the understanding of prophecy. Whence then this difference? Either Revelation itself is deficient, or else the fault is in mankind. But to say

The first friend a child has in this world is its mother. It comes here an utter stranger, knowing no one; but it finds love waiting for it. Instantly the little stranger has a friend, a bosom to nestle in, an arm to encircle it, a hand to minister to its helplessness. Love is born with the child. The mother presses it to her breast, and at once her heart's tendrils twine about it. It is a good while before the child becomes conscious of the wondrous love that is bending over it, yet all the

me future there would come into the world a mighty man; that he would be born a Jew (Deuteronomy 18:15), specifying the place where he would be born (Micah 5:2); that he would come to his own people and they would not receive him; that he would be despised and rejected of men, a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief (Isaiah 53:1-3); that he would ride into Jerusalem upon an ass, the foal of a like animal, and offer himself as king to the Jews (Zechariah 9:9); that he would be rejected by the

ften fathomed those "abysmal deeps of personality," the recognition of which is a necessary element of marked individual growth.We have, therefore, no materials for forming any vivid picture of Seneca's childhood; but, from what we gather about the circumstances and the character of his family, we should suppose that he was exceptionally fortunate. The Senecas were wealthy; they held a good position in society; they were a family of cultivated taste, of literary pursuits, of high

ling depth of thesefeelings be written--with these I prayed, as if they were the keys of aninstrument, of an organ, with which I swelled forth the note of my soul,redoubling my own voice by their power. The great sun burning with light;the strong earth, dear earth; the warm sky; the pure air; the thought ofocean; the inexpressible beauty of all filledme with a rapture, an ecstasy, and inflatus. With this inflatus, too, Iprayed. Next to myself I came and recalled myself, my bodily existence.

re crossing the way of each other.The gentleman's name that met him was Mr. Worldly-wiseman; hedwelt in the town of Carnal Policy, a very great town, and alsohard by from whence Christian came. This man, then, meeting withChristian, and having some inkling[19] of him, for Christian'ssetting forth from the City of Destruction was much noised abroad,not only in the town where he dwelt, but, also, it began to be thetown-talk in some other places. Master Worldly-wiseman, therefore,having some guess