In this compact guide, Jonathan S Rose introduces readers to the basic concepts of Swedenborg's writings, including Swedenborg's view of God and the afterlife and his description of humanity's spiritual history.
Artist filmmaker Matt Hulse's newly revived and revised edition of deaf Sctosman James Duthie's rare original journal I Cycled into the Arctic Circle (1951) brings the cyclist's original text into a creative collision with the filmmaker's own frank reflections...
Soft Estate, the title of which derives from the Highways Agency term used to describe the natural habitats that have evolved along motorways and trunk roads, looks at how these borders offer a refuge...
The companion book to Andrew Kötting's film and art project, Edith Walks, about a walk from Waltham Abbey to St Leonards-on-Sea documenting a pilgrimage made in memory of Edith Swan Neck, the eleventh-century wife of King Harold II of England
Spiritual Law: The Essence of Swedenborg's Divine Providence
by Joanna V Hill
This book is the retelling of a Swedenborg classic, Divine Providence, first published in Latin in Amsterdam in 1764. Its contemporary message of how the spiritual and physical worlds interact is a fascinating explanation of this interplay.
Examines the influence of Emanuel Swedenborg and Anton Mesmer on the budding movement toward psychology in the late-eighteenth century and also spiritualism and millennialism in the nineteenth century.
Ortlieb and Economy recount the story of Eliza Lovell Tibbets (1825-1898), a Swedenborgian who planted the two navel orange trees that would become the parents for vast groves of navel oranges, leading California to become one of the top orange producers in the world.
George Dole has translated and arranged by theme a selection of passages from Emanuel Swedenborg’s works on life, heaven and hell, and the nature of God. An accessible introduction for the reader new to Swedenborg.