The Gospel According to Spiritism

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The Gospel According to Spiritism

'The Gospel According to Spiritism' details and explains a universal moral code of conduct, based upon the essence of the Teachings of Jesus. It is a book to be read by adepts from all religions and by those who profess no specific religion. Confrinted by this Divine code even the incredulous bow down. For Mankind it a rule of conduct that covers all the circumstances of life, the basic principals of social relation based an justice and a safe route to follow in order to find happiness.

The Gospel according to Spiritualism Translated

In this book, Allan Kardec deals with a problem of great importance, especially taking into account the past and present relations between the Church and Spiritism.

The Gospel according to Spiritualism  Translated

The Gospel according to Spiritualism Translated

In this book, Allan Kardec deals with a problem of great importance, especially taking into account the past and present relations between the Church and Spiritism. The Gospel according to Spiritism contains the explanation of the moral maxims of Christ, their concordance with Spiritism and their application to different cases of life. All the communications have been made by very high spirits, and texts due to different authors agree and integrate each other in an admirable way. It is the true interpretation of the life of Christ, his miracles, acts and parables, with an explanation and commentary of high spiritual entities, in a presentation that corrects errors and false interpretations to offer only and above all the truth. The name of Allan Kardec is famous in the world as the first codifier and therefore, practically, as the founder of the spiritualist doctrine, or rather, as he wanted to define it, of the spiritualist philosophy. It was his merit to have collected and coordinated in several volumes of great interest all the theories and principles enunciated, through various mediums, in numerous spiritist communications. At that time, spiritualism was in its infancy, and Kardec's works shed light on this new world that was opening up to man on Earth. After The Book of Spirits and The Book of Mediums, which are the foundations of spiritualism, appeared The Gospel according to Spiritism. Famous and spread all over the world, it will fully satisfy the demands and expectations of the numerous devotees and enthusiasts. Since it was written, the work has lost nothing of its topicality and validity, proving that the truth is always the same and its inspiring principles never change.

The Gospel According to Spiritism Illustrated

This is no ordinary book. This is not a book which is usually read from cover to cover, afterwards to be placed on a bookshelf and forgotten.

The Gospel According to Spiritism  Illustrated

The Gospel According to Spiritism Illustrated

This is no ordinary book. This is not a book which is usually read from cover to cover, afterwards to be placed on a bookshelf and forgotten. This is a book for daily use, for moments of trouble, when we feel in need of orientation and guidance, a bedside book, a book to be constantly on hand, to take with us in our hand-luggage when we travel. ...

The Gospel According to Spiritism

This part is the exclusive object of this work.

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The subjects contained in the Gospels can be divided into five parts: "The ordinary acts of the life of Christ, the miracles, the prophecies, the words that served to establish the dogmas of the church, and moral teaching."If the first four have been the subject of controversy, the last one has remained unassailable. Before this divine code, the same incredulity bows; it is the ground where all cults can be found and the banner under which all can shelter, whatever their beliefs, because it has never been the subject of religious disputes, always and everywhere raised by questions of dogma.For the rest, if the sects had discussed it, they would have found in that teaching their own condemnation, because the majority have taken into consideration the mystical part more than the moral part, which demands self-reform.For men, in particular, it is a rule of conduct that embraces all circumstances of public or private life, the principle of all social relations founded on the most rigorous justice; in short, and above all it is the infallible path of true happiness, the part that lifts the veil that covers the future life. This part is the exclusive object of this work.

The Gospel According to Spiritism

This part is the exclusive object of this work.

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The subjects contained in the Gospels can be divided into five parts: "The ordinary acts of the life of Christ, the miracles, the prophecies, the words that served to establish the dogmas of the church, and moral teaching."If the first four have been the subject of controversy, the last one has remained unassailable. Before this divine code, the same incredulity bows; it is the ground where all cults can be found and the banner under which all can shelter, whatever their beliefs, because it has never been the subject of religious disputes, always and everywhere raised by questions of dogma.For the rest, if the sects had discussed it, they would have found in that teaching their own condemnation, because the majority have taken into consideration the mystical part more than the moral part, which demands self-reform.For men, in particular, it is a rule of conduct that embraces all circumstances of public or private life, the principle of all social relations founded on the most rigorous justice; in short, and above all it is the infallible path of true happiness, the part that lifts the veil that covers the future life. This part is the exclusive object of this work.

The Gospel According to Spiritism

This part is the exclusive object of this work.About the Author: Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail (1804-1869), known as Allan Kardec was a French teacher, born in Lyon (France), on October 3, 1804 and disincarnated on March 31, 1869, in ...

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The Gospel According to Spiritism

The subjects that the Gospels contain can be divided into five parts: "The ordinary acts of the life of Christ, the miracles, the prophecies, the words that served to establish the dogmas of the church, and moral teaching."If the first four have been the subject of controversy, the last one has remained unassailable. Before this divine code, the same incredulity bows; it is the ground where all cults can be found and the banner under which all can shelter, whatever their beliefs, because it has never been the subject of religious disputes, always and everywhere raised by questions of dogma.For the rest, if the sects had discussed it, they would have found in that teaching their own condemnation, because the majority have taken into consideration more the mystical part than the moral part, which demands the reform of themselves.For men, in particular, it is a rule of conduct that embraces all circumstances of public or private life, the principle of all social relations founded on the most rigorous justice; In short, and above all it is the infallible path of true happiness, the part that lifts the veil that covers the future life. This part is the exclusive object of this work.About the Author: Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail (1804-1869), known as Allan Kardec was a French teacher, born in Lyon (France), on October 3, 1804 and disincarnated on March 31, 1869, in Paris, at the age of 64 years.He belonged to an old family that distinguished itself in the judiciary and the law, but Hippolyte did not pursue those careers. From his youth he was inclined to the study of science and philosophy.He was the first exponent in the world to study in a scientific way, the phenomena of the dancing tables in the first term, to later devote himself fully to the study of spirits and their contact with incarnate beings.It is considered today, together with its famous pentateuch collection, as the work that gives scientific character to the phenomenon of spirits and their manifestation.

The Gospel According to Spiritism New English Edition

New English translation of "L'Evangile selon le Spiritisme", the most widely read work of the Spiritist Doctrine, written by Allan Kardec, and first published in 1866 in Paris.

The Gospel According to Spiritism  New English Edition

The Gospel According to Spiritism New English Edition

New English translation of "L'Evangile selon le Spiritisme", the most widely read work of the Spiritist Doctrine, written by Allan Kardec, and first published in 1866 in Paris.

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