By disengaging true spirituality from the religions to which we have relinquished our spiritual life, I have tried very hard to interest readers in considering that all of life comes from a natural god.
Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Enslaved to the traditions and rituals of corrupt, violent religious institutions for thousands of years, how can we hope to find true spirituality and faith?
Dr. Dwight Webb, author of Building Heaven on Earth, suggests that human spirituality has been claimed by the dominance of the three major religions. In response, followers have come to accept this state of affairs with the cost of failing to become acquainted with their own soul.
“By disengaging true spirituality from the religions to which we have relinquished our spiritual life, I have tried very hard to interest readers in considering that all of life comes from a natural god,” says Webb.
Although he does not consider himself an atheist, Webb continues to challenge the rigidities of major religions that are counterproductive in society today. Embracing the idea that spiritual evolution within is a force for the common good, Webb exposes the downfalls of organized belief systems including religious wars and killing, sexual abuse, lies, scandals, and cover-ups.
“Building Heaven on Earth offers hope as it invites readers to look within to take responsibility for their own spiritual development,” Webb says. “The book is about establishing common bonds with our brothers and sisters of all nations and religious cultures as we learn to live together in peace.”
Building Heaven on Earth
By Dwight Webb
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iUniverse.
About the author
Dr. Dwight Webb received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Stanford University. He taught counseling psychology in the graduate school at the University of New Hampshire for 42 years, where he now holds professor emeritus status. Webb previously published two books, entitled Fifty Ways to Love Your Leaver and The Soul of Counseling, which have been translated into 10 languages. He currently owns and manages a horse boarding facility and hay fields. Webb is married with one daughter and four sons.