WHICH BOOK IS FOR YOU?
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A PRACTICAL GUIDE
A BASIC GUIDE TO MIRACLES
This is the best book to start with if you are new to ACIM. It is also helpful to those who are familiar with ACIM but would benefit from a description whose theme is salvation understood as salvation from guilt. No one needs to be saved from sin but we all need salvation from our belief in it and from the glue of guilt in which that false belief rests. The similarities between ACIM and the teaching of orthodox Christianity are emphasized.
A NON-TRADITIONAL APPROACH TO ACIM
This book has two parts. The second part is a pictorial summary of our departure from God and our subsequent return. There are 22 original illustrations, each portraying a step in our round trip journey away from and back to God. The first part is more theoretical and focuses on the fact that there can be some misunderstanding about what ACIM says about what a physical illusion is. It is made clear that ACIM does not require that you disbelieve the Big Bang Theory of the (unreal) physical universe.
OF MIRACLES AND THREADS OF TIME
This book is about the rather revolutionary teaching of ACIM. It says that we are all dreaming that we are having experiences in time and space but that is not a new idea. What is revolutionary is that it says the content of our dreams (except for the corrected portions) is restricted to replays of things that have already occurred during what it calls “a tiny tick of time.”
THE UNION OF A LAW OF ONE AND A COURSE IN MIRACLES
Both The Law of One and ACIM are impressive books. Both deal with the whole spectrum of our existence. There are some similarities but overall they do seem to be consistent with each other. This is not because they are actually inconsistent with one another but because The Law of One describes existence in the tiny tick of time, and ACIM describes existence after the tiny tick of time is over.
THE LITTLE MONKEY RASCALS
This book is very different from the others. That’s because it is a book for children. It was written by my wife and is about the adventures of a fictional troupe of “teenage” capuchin monkeys in the Amazon rainforest. It pretends we can know what kinds of things they are always chattering about. It is included on this web site because the theme of the book is that one can always choose again, and that is a central theme of ACIM.