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I Believe: A Rosicrucian Looks at Christianity and Spirituality

Are you a disenchanted Christian? A seeker? Spiritually curious? Mystically oriented?

For all of his adult life, William Bezanson would give a “Yes!” answer to the above questions. At first a closet seeker, he was afraid to share with his fellow Church members the news of what his intuition was telling him: that conventional religion was off-target in explaining the Cosmos. He then embarked on a thirty-year examination of the fundamentals of the Church’s teachings and assembled, through researching and writing this book, a thorough critique and rewording of the Nicene Creed, the central statement of belief for the Church.

His membership in a Rosicrucian order; his understanding of the Jungian world view; and his inner drive led him finally to the conviction that spirituality is more important than religion. I Believe: A Rosicrucian Looks at Christianity and Spirituality presents the result of years of pondering, meditation, and spiritual exercises by the author, with the hope that his conclusions may be helpful in your own quest and for the spiritual evolution of humanity.

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3 reviews for I Believe: A Rosicrucian Looks at Christianity and Spirituality

  1. What I most value about this book is Bill’s honesty and truthtelling, and his courage in speaking his truth to the world. ‘I Believe’ resonates with me because, like Bill and others on the spiritual path, I have shifted from the formal religion of my childhood to a much more personal relationship with the Deity who is both without and within.

    Sylvia Laale, President and CEO, The Transformation Alliance, Ottawa, Canada.

  2. “I Believe: A Rosicrucian Looks at Christianity and Spirituality”, by William Bezanson, is a very thought provoking book. He has had a lifetime of personal and profound experiences. I was especially impressed with his analysis of the Nicene Creed, the central statement of belief for the Christian Church. I hope that many read this book and think deeply on its message and their own life experiences.

    Dorothy Pinkett, Author, Coming to America, Dr. Christopher in America, and The Mystery of Robert Clymer, Mulatto Slave, Philadelphia, PA

  3. I was reluctant at first about reading this book, since it was out of my comfort zone and I do not know much about Rosicrucianism. Once I got into it, though, I found it helpful and insightful on a more general level (for me) in my spiritual search. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who isn’t totally sure of where they stand with their religion since it gets you thinking on that level, not just in terms of Rosicrucianism.

    A. Jones, Substance Abuse Counsellor, San Antonio, TX

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