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So, the 2nd question is “Do you hide the scriptures in your book or not fully quote in order to accommodate everyone including those who are not of your faith with the aim of delivering the message?”
1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson
I am to put the word out there like the rest of the book is written.
2) Author #2: Else Byskov
Spiritual science is not faith based
3) Author #3: Sandra Lott
No I do not. The Word of God says “if anyone is ashamed of Me and My words,the Son of Man will be ashamed of them when He comes in His glory and in the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.” I write for the glory of God, not man. It is when God is glorified that people are touched and healed.
4) Author #4: Sharon Farber
I make no references to scriptures. Mediumship has been practiced for thousands of years on all continents and isn’t restricted to any one faith. If people have a problem with the concept of mediumship they’re unlikely to be reading my book.
5) Author #5: Mitch Gannon
No. I do call God, “Higher Power”, “The Universe”, “Source”, or “Higher Self” and use all five interchangeably depending on the context through which I am speaking about.
6) Author #6: Hemal Radia
When we speak from the place we are all from we all resonate regardless of the words we use… there is an inner awareness and familiarity to what is being shared. Some may not want to see it or refuse to see it and that is part of their journey at this time, which is fine. Others open to it will be lit up because they are hearing/reading what they have been searching for and gives them the confirmation and confidence about their life.
7) Author #7: Brina Tharishinee
Well, I never quoted any verses from the holy scriptures. The whole idea is of course, to accommodate a large range of readers and not confined to just one faith.
8) Author #8: Barry Rice
I use only 1 Scripture to lead reader to understand my earlier feelings of rejection by God
9) Author #9: Chris Batts
My book is not about religion or related scriptures, but about my direct spiritual experience with God and angels.
10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian
I’ll quote scripture where Appropriate, but seldom do. Our Spirituality does not conflict with any religion, and is practicable by all and enhances their religious practice significantly.
11) Author #11: Donald Smith
No I just just give them one verse which happens to be my absolute favorite 2 Corinthians 5:7 I think that verse pretty much answers everything
12) Author #12: Rabjot
I capture the essence of scriptures.
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