Ponder the ineffable with these five religious books

Ponder the ineffable with these five religious books

“When Everything Changes, Change Everything”
By Neale Donald Walsch
$13.57
The rest of the title, “In a Time of Turmoil, a Pathway to Peace,” explains that the target of this book is someone who has gone through a major life change – perhaps the loss of a loved one, a health or financial crisis, a child who has left home. The author of “Conversations with God” offers ways to move on.

“A Praying Life: Connecting With God in a Distracting World”
By Paul Miller
$10.19
Steve Brown, professor of Reformed Theological Seminary and teacher on the syndicated radio program Key Life, says: “What a refreshing book! … The book will change your life.” Miller discusses barriers to prayer and offers encouragement for those who really want to incorporate prayer into their daily lives.

“Breakfast with Benedict”
Pope Benedict XVI
$10.85
The pope offers five-minute reflections to help you begin every day centered on God. These reflections are excerpts from Pope Benedict XVI's homilies, speeches, documents and writings. In the pope’s words: "Let us turn our gaze towards Christ. It is he who will make us free to love as he loves us, and to build a reconciled world."

“Fingerprints of God: The Search for the Science of Spirituality”
By Barbara Bradley Hagerty
$17.79
Hagerty is an award-winning religion correspondent for National Public Radio, and she explores how faith and spirituality affect us physically and emotionally from the perspective of scientific discoveries. In interviews with top scientists, she explores near-death experiences, healing through prayer and more.

“Saltwater Buddha: A Surfer's Quest to Find Zen on the Sea”
By Jaimal Yogis
$10.17
This coming-of-age story tracks a suburban teen who heads to Hawaii with a copy of Hermann Hesse’s “Siddhartha” and enough money for a surfboard. Readers universally love this search for truth, which speaks to surfers and nonsurfers alike. “Lighthearted and natural and unafraid," says a New York Times contributor.