Religious Lies and Gnostic wisdom
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What if the Old Testament is a work of fiction, Jesus never existed and Muhammad was a mystical mobster?
What if the Bible and Qur’an are works of political propaganda created by Taliban-like fundamentalists to justify the sort of religious violence we are witnessing in the world today?
What if there is a big idea which could free us from the us-versus-them world created by religion and make it possible for us to truly love our neighbours, and indeed our enemies, as our Self?
What if it is possible to awaken to a profound state of oneness and love, which the Gnostic Christians symbolised by the enigmatic figure of the laughing Jesus?
The Laughing Jesus should be considered not merely a good read, although it is, but also a matter of burning urgency, for this is one of the most important books that has emerged in this infant millennium.
Larry Dossey, MD, author of The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things
The Laughing Jesus is a manifesto for Gnostic mysticism. Freke and Gandy’s exposition of Gnostic enlightenment is lucid and accessible; their critique of Literalist religion is damningly severe.
Robert M. Price, Professor of Scriptural Studies, Editor of The Journal of Higher Criticism
The Laughing Jesus is stunning, mind blowing, faith producing, goodness showing, God revealing, scientific paradigm shifting and potentially world saving. I was enthralled, I was uplifted, I was saved and I am beyond motivated to spread the word. This book, in its scope and its veracity, is maybe the most important book in terms of revealing spiritual truths since books like The Bhagavad Gita, The Yoga Sutras and The Spanda Karikas.
Patrick Wells, producer of I Love You to Death staring Keanu Reeves
The Laughing Jesus is a daring and thought-provoking book. Read it and nothing that you thought about the great monotheistic religions will ever look quite the same again.
Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods