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Robert Rosenthal, M.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist and psychotherapist in private practice in the Princeton, New Jersey area. He has been a student and teacher of A Course in Miracles since 1975 and was a close friend of Bill Thetford's, one of the Course's "scribes." He has served on the board of the Foundation for Inner Peace since 1992. From Plagues to Miracles is his first work of non-fiction.


Just thought I'd post some of the endorsements we've received since the books publication:

“The great Biblical stories are diamonds of consciousness with infinite facets of illumination. From Plagues to Miracles takes the story of Moses and gives it new light.... I highly recommend it.”

Marianne Williamson


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From Plagues to Miracles by Robert S. Rosenthal
"Should it really come as a surprise that a book with "miracles" in the title would prove to be such a miracle in my life? Well, it surprised me. I wasn't even sure if I would like this book, let alone experience such a profound transformation as a..." Read more of this review »
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Zealot by Reza Aslan
"Let"s face it. Theologians and religious historians will never get along. I am reminded of a scene in Clifford Simaks' clever time travel novel, Mastodonia. The inventor of a patented method of time travel is met by a rabbi, a priest, and a Protes..." Read more of this review »
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An extremely well-researched and well-written work. I don't think I've ever highlighted so much in a single book. Paints a very convincing portrait of the historical Jesus about whom so little is known, but equally important, gives a great feel for t ...more
Guyland by Michael S. Kimmel
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Well-written, well-researched. Not what everyone wants to hear, but so what? Truth can be tough, and sometimes challenging. As a psychotherapist dealing with couples' issues, Guyland helps explain why so many men today have so much trouble identifyin ...more
The Wave in the Mind by Ursula K. Le Guin
“People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within.”
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Dead Eye by Mark Greaney
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Regarding the novel Dead Eye, there’s good news and bad news. First the bad. The author continues to be allergic to pronouns, referring to his main characters by both their first and last names as well as their operational handles, and doing so in th ...more
Master's Journey by Simon Seth Reede
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