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Dr. Steve McSwain's Books

The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Jul.24.2010
  Thirty-four million Americans have given up on organized religion, according to the most recent American Religious Identification Survey. Yet for many of these dropouts -- from churches, synagogues, temples and so on -- spirituality is still a vital part of their lives.  
The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Jun.01.2010
It's no secret that millions of Americans have left the church. According to the ARIS survey, an estimated 35 million Americans consider themselves spiritual, but have given up on religion. And yet, some of our country's most prominent spiritual authors – Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle – are selling more books than ever before. Why then are more Americans seeking God, but fleeing the...
The Giving Myths: Giving then Getting the Life You've Always Wanted
Jun.01.2007
Your highest purpose in life is to give yourself away and generously share your abundance with the world. The life you’ve always wanted isn’t found in career choice, personal achievements, or even the amount of money you may make in a lifetime. Instead, it’s found in one of the simplest, yet most challenging principles ever given. If you miss this principle, you’ll miss the life...
The Giving Myths: Giving then Getting the Life You've Always Wanted
Jun.01.2007
PRESS RELEASE In THE GIVING MYTHS, author Dr. Steve McSwain offers compelling argument that your highest purpose is to give yourself away and generously share your abundance with the world. Any other way to self-actualization and personal fulfillment is a dead-end street. Personal happiness, emotional and spiritual health depends on getting this Divine principle right and living by...
The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
In a groundbreaking new book, author Steve McSwain summons a new kind of spirituality -- one that truly connects people to God and to each other, regardless of race, nationality, or faith.        "The survival of humanity is at stake," writes McSwain. "Virtually every conflict -- between nations, religions, even between people within the same religion -- has...