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Interview with Frithjof Schuon - on Art
Paul Goble's World: Native Americans' relationship to all created beings
What bridges exist between Christianity and Islam?
Light on the Ancient Worlds: A Brief Survey of the Book by Frithjof Schuon
Every Branch In Me: Who are we as "human" beings?
What are the "Foundations of Christian Art?"
The Sermon of All Creation: Christians on Nature
Interview with Frithjof Schuon - on Primordiality
Insights into the early Christian Desert Fathers and Mothers
What is Sacred Art?
American Indian Tradition
This series celebrates the unique cultural, spiritual, and artistic genius of the Indians of North America. Classic and contemporary works of scholarship stand alongside collections of the writings and recorded statements of America’s first inhabitants. These writings, together with diverse illustrations, testify to an enduring and living legacy.

Sacred Worlds
The Sacred Worlds series blends images of visual beauty with focused selections from the writings of the great religions of the world, including both scripture and the writings of the sages and saints. Books in the Sacred Worlds series may be based upon a particular religious tradition or upon themes of interest, such as prayer or virtue, which are found in all manifestations of the sacred.

Sacred Art in Tradition
The aim of this series is to underscore the essential role of beauty and its artistic expressions in the Perennial Philosophy. Each volume contains full color reproductions of masterpieces of traditional art-including painting, sculpture, architecture, and vestimentary art-combined with writings by authorities on each subject. Individual titles focus either on one spiritual tradition or on a central theme that touches upon diverse traditions.

Spiritual Classics
This series includes seminal, but often neglected, works of unique spiritual insight from leading religious authors of both the East and West. Ranging from books composed in ancient India to forgotten jewels of our time, these important classics feature new introductions which place them in the perennialist context.

Spiritual Masters - East & West
This series presents the writings of great spiritual masters of the past from both East and West. Carefully selected essential writings of these sages are combined with biographical information, glossaries of technical terms, historical maps, and pictorial and photographic art in order to communicate a sense of their respective spiritual climates.

Studies in Comparative Religion
Studies in Comparative Religion was founded in Britain in 1963 by Francis Clive-Ross (1921–1981) and is the first and most comprehensive English-language journal of traditional studies. The journal was published under the name Tomorrow until 1967, when it was changed to its present name. Four quarterly issues per year, containing over 1,200 articles in total, were published during the first 25 years of Studies in Comparative Religion’s existence, before its publication was interrupted in 1987.

   Each Commemorative Annual Edition will contain all of the articles, editorials, and letters to the editor in the exact manner as the four quarterly issues that were published in the respective years.

The Perennial Philosophy
In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, a school of thought arose which has focused on the enunciation and explanation of the Perennial Philosophy. Deeply rooted in the sense of the sacred, the writings of its leading exponents establish an indispensable foundation for understanding the timeless Truth and spiritual practices which live in the heart of all religions. Some of these titles are companion volumes to the Treasures of the World's Religions series, which allows a comparison of the writings of the great sages of the past with the perennialist authors of our time.

The Writings of Frithjof Schuon
The writings of Frithjof Schuon form the foundation of our library because he is the pre-eminent exponent of the Perennial Philosophy. His work illuminates this perspective in both an essential and comprehensive manner like none other.

Treasures of the World's Religions
This series of anthologies presents scriptures and the writings of the great spiritual authorities of the past on fundamental themes. Some titles are devoted to a single spiritual tradition, while others have a unifying topic that touches upon traditions from both the East and West, such as prayer and virtue. Some titles have a companion volume within The Perennial Philosophy series.

Wisdom Tales
Wisdom Tales is the name of the children’s book imprint published by World Wisdom. Wisdom Tales publishes both children’s and young adults’ titles and was created for the purpose of sharing the wisdom and beauty of cultures from around the world with young readers and their families. The content, illustrations, and production quality of these books are intended to assure them a lasting value for children, parents, teachers, and librarians.

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