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There is a widespread change taking place in what it means to be religious. More and more spiritual people are moving away from ethical guidelines and the disciplines of institutional religion towards a new approach; one that uses reason and common sense to answer the poignant questions that dogma has either left unanswered or has answered unsatisfactorily. We are at the threshold of a new period for Christianity. We are at a time of spiritual renewal when nothing is exempted from our introspection. New Thought, New Age or New Way is not about the existence of God, but rather what we do about it. We must seek an independent, intimate relationship with our creator. Reason must be applied in much the same way Thomas Paine used it in “The Age of Reason”, addressing such topics such as: -The divine purpose of life. -Free will and choices -Sin and punishment -Non-judgment The Journey introduces the technique of Reflection, where we are able to touch our Christ Consciousness (the Spirit of God within us) and find the “way” in all matters in our lives. Using the medium of an inspirational novel, the quest for truth becomes the onus of the “seeker”. The protagonist, Reverend Aaron Masters is the consummate seeker. His ministry is rich with anecdotal situations that demonstrate the Postulates of New Thought and the path that a seeker can follow to uncover the keys to the kingdom of God. This is a human interest story of a seeker wending his way through the realities of contemporary Christian beliefs. Old and new ideas are examined as Reverend Masters confronts a myriad of life and death situations that challenge his deep spiritual convictions. The novel is as provocative as it is inspirational. It’s a spiritual book about a new way of thinking. As long as we’re alive, there is no final reckoning. The best one can do is to be comfortable about what he truly believes. The Journey provides this comfort to those who seek it.