The Trial of the Man who said he was God
by Douglas Harding
Taking the form of a court case in the year 2003 in which a man is tried for blasphemy, this book dramatises Harding's highly original techniques for Seeing Who We Are, and gauges our myriad ideas about our relationship with the Divine. It is also an indictment of the cruel sport of heresy hunting and a passionate plea for tolerance and forgiveness in our time. "It is witty and wise, humorous yet profoundly serious, human and divine. It so engages the mind that the heart sings." - Father Gerard W. Hughes.
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