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12 Miracles of Spiritual Growth

12 Miracles of Spiritual Growth

A Path of Healing from the Gospels

by E. Kent Rogers

"This book is about embracing a personal relationship to a healing God who today is doing miracles for all people."

—Peter S. Rhodes, author of Observing Spirit

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

While this book grew from the author's experience as a Swedenborgian, it can easily be used by seekers from any faith tradition.

Read an Excerpt

Read an Excerpt

"The truth is that we are all God's children. We are all his beloved." Read the first chapter, "Healing From Feelings of Unworthiness," from 12 Miracles of Spiritual Growth, by E. Kent Rogers.

What People Are Saying

What People Are Saying

"Mr. Rogers offers us a profoundly new way of viewing God and life." What Peter Rhodes, and other authors, scholars, pastors and publishers are saying about 12 Miracles of Spiritual Growth.

Author Interview

Author Interview

Read an interview with E. Kent Rogers in Logos, the newsletter about the Swedenborg Foundation's Publications and Programs on the Spiritual Basis of Life. (PDF)

Author Event

Author Event

Kent Rogers Online with Andrea: Monday, June 18th from 7:30pm - 9:30pm EDT, Rogers will be interviewed by Andrea R. Garrison.

Other Books by Swedenborg Press

Other Books by Swedenborg Press

View a reading list and links to other related books from Swedenborg Foundation Press

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Bridge Book Awards

Publishers Weekly “Religion Bookline”, Interview, March 28, 2012 edition

Book Club Roundtable

Expecting a Miracle?

Expecting a Miracle?

Bruce Epperly

Our understanding of miracles as “acts of power that reveal the divine intent for humankind,” a definition much closer to the New Testament world view, opens the possibility to a non-supernatural understanding of life-changing events in our lives.

Do You Believe in Miracles?

Do You Believe in Miracles?

Carl Gregg

Rogers' background in the mental health field perhaps contributes to what is, in my opinion, the strongest part of the book: the guided meditations at the end of each chapter.

Featured Video: Patheos Book Club Manager Deborah Arca Interviews Author Kent Rogers

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