New Eco-Spiritual Author Hailed by Experts as "a Kahlil Gibran for the 21st Century"

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Captivating sage/seeker dialogue takes readers through past/present/future of our place in "The Holy Universe".


David Christopher is a Kahlil Gibran for the 21st century. His book uses the venerable tradition of the teaching-story to guide us a toward a deeper understanding of the Great Transformation. – Richard Heinberg, Senior Fellow, Post Carbon Institute

Author David Christopher has elegantly crafted a new narrative, one that translates the scientific facts of the Universe into a soulful story of creation that is reminiscent of humanity’s stories of the ages.

The book invites us into the dialogue between Seeker and Sage as they explore the unfolding of the Universe, from the Beginning of All Beginnings, to the emergence of Earth and its creatures, to what we know as the “Great Transformation.”

"The Holy Universe: A New Story of Creation For The Heart, Soul, and Spirit" breathes life into the cold, scientific worldview of the universe, transforming our physical history into a living story—and provides us with powerful insights into navigating the global ecological, social, and spiritual crises now facing our world, and provocatively argues the crises we face today just might be the best thing that ever happened to humanity.

The Holy Universe: A New Story of Creation For The Heart, Soul, and Spirit
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: New Story Press (October 2013)
ISBN: 9780985933906
Genre: Spirituality | Fiction | Ecospirituality
Retail: US $17.95 | CAN $19.95
Distributor: Small Press United

Author David Christopher left behind lucrative corporate and airline careers to address his lifelong desire for answers to man’s eternal question of our place in the Universe. The dialogues he created in The Holy Universe are the result of fifteen years of deep immersion in the works of new thought leaders such as Brian Swimme, Thomas Berry, Miriam MacGillis, James Lovelock, and celebrated ‘Big History’ academicians David Christian and Fred Spier. Christopher wrote the book in part for people like him who call themselves “spiritual but not necessarily religious.” David lives in Northern California.

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