Una introduccion basica a un curso en milagros
Kenneth Wapnick. Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Lectorum; Barcelona: El Grano de Mostaza, 2010. 159 pp. ISBN 9786074571417
Friday, December 16, 2011
by: Reviewed by Minerva Alaniz

Section: Adult Book Reviews

Fall/Winter 2011

Reviewed by Minerva Alaniz, Texas Tech University Library, Lubbock, TX

Wapnick is a psychotherapist who writes about the experiences of two psychologists, Helen Schucman and William Thedford - his friends and colleagues.  In 1965, he was inspired to create a course which consisted of three books after Schucman and Thedford had confided in him about spiritual experiences they could not comprehend.  Wapnick was certain that Jesus was communicating with them and suggested that they write about the experience.  In Una introduccion basica a un curso en milagros, Wapnick goes into detail about using his course.  An index, text, book of exercises, teacher’s manual and explanation of terms are included.

RECOMMENDED for public libraries with collections in psychology or psychotherapy and religion

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