New York, NY, January 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Religion of Love Aims to Unite People in One Universal Religion
Author, Thomas Pafe is pleased to announce the promotion of his book, The Religion of Love. Pafe’s book aims to create an environment, an atmosphere, where religious vibes can flower, where God’s fragrance—love —can be smelled; guiding readers to the Religion of Love.
The author believes there is only one religion, the religion of love and his ardent vision is of a united or universal religion, within which humankind will become one again as in the beginning.
The Religion of Love is written for those who are seriously searching for wisdom and the path that leads to the Divine. Pafe says, "The journey is long and tedious, but those who honestly search will find it. To each soul, God may appear different, but it is the appearance that is unique, not the reality. God reveals himself or herself to us depending upon how eager and committed their search is. Their love and the understanding of God will ultimately change their perception of the truth."
This book will guide readers on their walk with God and illustrate how to find God. It will also show readers:
what God desires,
the purpose of life,
a practical approach to prayers,
how to find their path in life,
the secrets of the kingdom of God as mentioned in the Bible,
how to become a light worker.
The goal of this book is to provide missing information that can awaken or revolutionize consciousness by providing information on religion that has often been limited to morality or sociality and sometimes theology. And finally, create an environment where religious vibes can flourish.
The Religion of Love is receiving rave reviews on Amazon and from professional reviewers.
The Religion Of Love
Author: Thomas Pafe
Published: July 2010
About The Author
Thomas Pafe was born in 1954 in West Cameroon to Christian parents. Since his early years he has been engaged in an ongoing quest concerning the presence and operation of God and the continuous proliferation of religious groups or organizations in the world. This quest led him to study the Bible seriously and eventually to study comparative religions. He was a rebellious spirit from birth, questioning and challenging tradition and religious dogmas. He took up extensive and diversified reading and research, attending several conferences on related issues. November 1977, Yaoundé: Ananda Marga Conference on Spirituality; March 1978, Yaoundé: Transcendental Meditation Conference and Retreat; 1982, 1984, 1985: Buea ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), Cameroon—Seminars. He reached his zenith in the year 1978 when he joyfully discovered that all religions talk about one God and one theme: love. By the beginning of this millennium, he started sending out religious articles in a local journal, Cameroon Panorama, Box 46, Buea, Cameroon, and on the Internet.
Pafe has also spent a lot of his time discussing religion with diverse groups of people and individuals as well, as, for example, at the following conference: December, 2004, Yaoundé: Talk to ISKCON Indian Community Yaoundé on Religious Convergence. He initially studied and practiced engineering until recently, when his mask dropped, followed by a transformation that motivated a change in his vocation to neophyte scholar and lightworker.
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The Religion of Love is available for purchase online through the author’s website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.