A Course In Miracles: A Spiritual Touchstone with D. Patrick Miller

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A Course in Miracles became an instant spiritual phenomenon upon its 1976 publication, and has since served as a spiritual touchstone for millions around the world. Where did A Course in Miracles come from? What part does forgiveness play in the Course? How can non-Christians reconcile the Christian language in the Course? How does the Course's notion of Jesus differ from the traditional view of Jesus? Who is the Holy Spirit as represented by the Course, and how is this book a curriculum rather than a holy book? What does the Course have to say about ego? Miller explains that the Course is philosophically similar to both Buddhism and Vedanta. He goes on to explain, “There are many places where the Course says there are only two emotions to choose from, love or fear, and one of them is false. It also says there [are] only two voices to hear, the ego or the Holy Spirit, and one of them is not real.” (hosted by Michael Toms)


Patrick Miller is one of the foremost writers on the history and significance of A Course in Miracles. In 2003, he discovered, developed, and published the first edition of the landmark bestseller, The Disappearance of the Universe: Straight Talk about Illusions, Past Lives, Religion, Sex, Politics, and the Miracles of Forgiveness by Gary Renard.

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To learn more about the work of D. Patrick Miller go to www.fearlessbooks.com.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Where did A Course in Miracles come from
  • How forgiveness can make you smarter
  • Who is the Holy Spirit in the A Course in Miracles
  • What is the part forgiveness plays in the Course
  • Why living in your ego is like living in illusion
  • How does one distinguish between a useful inner voice and one that is not
  • How words are symbols of symbols and twice removed from reality
  • How studying the Course may stimulate an emotional crisis
  • Who is Jesus in the Course

Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 5/31/2011     Program Number: 3405

Music Playlist

From Album: Fresh Impressions
Artist: Georgia Kelly & Steven Kindler
1987 Out Front Music #OFM 1010

Opening Essay: Track 09 Pastorale d'eté by Arthur Honegger
Music Break 1: Track 01 Sicilienne by Eric Satie
Music Break 2: Track 05 Gnossienne #2 by Eric Satie
Music Break 3: Track 06 Gnossienne #3 by Eric Satie