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Recommend a good book!


I will have to go with the weird readings of Plato's Repulbic

De Forms Boss, De Forms


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'The Antichrist' by Friedrich Nietzsche

Don't let the title put you off, its very interesting and incredibly original.

Green Gaia

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The Celestine Prophecy books by James Redfield.

The Conversations with God books by Neale Donald Walsch.

The Tao of Pooh and The Te of Piglet, by Benjamin Hoff.

The Food Revolution by John Robbins.
the aNTi christ :lol:

or more accfurately the anti christian....

there ..there'd be no Nietzche without Boheme.....

The Upanishads
Gaurds! Gaurds! --terry pratchett
CHild's hood end --arthur C clarke

the UnderWorld Initiation --RJ Stewart
hitch hikers guide to the galaxy ..a trilogy in 5 parts (d addams)
Alice in WOnderland
the western way --caitlin matthews
the mabinogion


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Last of the Breed, by Louis L'Amour. Sweet book. All of his stuff is good, actually. Anything with the Sacketts is awesome.


Vile Stove-Toucher
The Cats of Seroster by Robert Westall

Jean M. Auel's Earth's Children series: The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, The Plains of Passage, and The Shelters of Stone.

Master Vigil

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Leaf by niggle - JRR Tolkien

It is in a Tolkein Miscellany. It is the coolest little story I've ever read.
I just finished Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. A great thriller with a lot of science vs. religion themes in it. Still haven't gotten around to reading the Da Vinci Code, though.


lotus and the cross by ravi zacharias

The Bible code: don't know how its by but very interesting.

and non religious book

The Wheel of Time series excellent books. but nothing to do with religion at all its a fantasy series but very good


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-Tao Te Ching
-Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
-Foucault’s Pendulum
-Dune (Some great religious commentary)