Believe It: Books on Faith
Interested in how different people express religious beliefs, or the lack thereof? The books on this list can get you started.
Hinduism and Other Eastern Religions: Worship, Festivals, and Ceremonies from Around the World
An overview of the history and contemporary practice of multiple Eastern religions.
Leaving the Saints
BX8678.B43 A3 2005
Beck, a columnist for O: The Oprah Magazine, describes growing up in, engaging with, and leaving the Church of Latter-Day Saints.
The Goddess Is in the Details: Wisdom for the Everyday Witch
BP605.W53 B53 2009
This books delves into the details of what it means to be a witch in your ordinary, everyday life.
My Spiritual Journey
BQ7935.B777 A3 2010
A portrait of the Tibetan spiritual leader in his own words.
The God Delusion
BL2775.3 D39 2006
The world’s best-known atheist argues that religion does society more harm than good.
The author, a rabbi, argues that the Jewish faith should return to its radical roots in order to move forward.
Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy
E184.M88 G68 2008
A look at how Islamophobia is manifested in Western culture especially through cartoons, in a pervasive and often unnoticed way.
Angry Conversations with God
BX8080.I73 A3 2009
An interesting look at the author in couples counseling with God.
The Evolution of God
A secular and scientific look at how religion evolved with society.