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We are working to put up many of our Teachings both for the general public and signed up members. Stay tuned to the News and Announcements section of the Forum for the rotational release of different Teachings. Any of these books and booklets, and more, may be purchased electronically in our Store should you wish to have them on hand, or miss the free rotational release.

The following is the current freely available slate of Teachings in our rotation:

1.We currently have a very special treat for you, now becoming a sort of tradition this time of year. In the Spirit of Christmas, we offer to all registered Members of the site the ability to read The Gospel of the Kailedy, free at your leisure, and among your families. The Kailedy is the second part of the Kolbrin, and is the story of Jesus preserved by the Kelts, whose tradition predates the Roman Church.

The Kailedy may be read by clicking on the following link after you have logged into the Website: http://culdiantrust.org/blog/teachings/kolbrinkailedy/kailedy/dedication/

2. Next up, our booklet, A Culdian Perspective on Worship and Prayer, removes sectarian dogma around the subject while explaining how all of us may approach the Divine that is our universal birthright. This second selection, available to logged in members of the website, helps to unravel and experience our own personal place and connection with the universal source amidst and a part of the cosmic tapestry.

3. A Culdian’s Thoughts on the Bible is third up, a very short booklet that just begins to touch on theological issues relating to the Bible, and is available for all members and visitors.

4. Our final selection in the rotation, Reconciliation, is the true story of a Culdian’s struggle with present day Christianity, followed by a revelatory experience which had the effect of ‘reconciling’ certain theological differences between Culdian and mainstream Christian thought. Reconciliation is available to read free of all registered members and visitors of the website.

5. As of now, we continuously have the Booklet, “An Introduction to Spirituality” available for all guests of our website to read . It can be found by clicking here: An Introduction to Spirituality.

After logging in to the site, click on the title link of the booklet to access it.

(To freely read ANY of the aforementioned Teachings on the website, click the “register” button at the top of the page, and after creating an account, log in from the main website page. [The forums are a separate log in.])

3 Comments

  1. wayne kennedy
    June 2, 2013, 6:04 pm   /  Reply

    checking out site

  2. Profile photo of Service2others
    October 30, 2013, 12:58 am   /  Reply

    And so, finally, my search has lead me here. Man was never meant to know the truth in it’s entirity, but at least here, I am comfortable, and at last , feel as though I am among learned friends. I have always reserved my trust for those who are looking for the truth, and have never given it to those who proclaim they have found it. I thank God for the Culdian Perspective.

  3. Profile photo of timhallen3730
    July 23, 2015, 7:27 pm   /  Reply

    I have been away for some time.
    I look forward to catching up and learning more of the wisdom found here.
    The journey I have been on has shown me the road between my heart and my mind.
    I am more grateful than I can express for the gift.
    Before, my “heart” was often overruled by my “logic”.
    And although I knew there was something wrong I had no way to name it.
    Things are better now, without a duality of heart and mind, I am only one, a part, of the one thing that is. Still seeking, only now I know many important answers are within.
    It has been a wonderful detour that everyone here helped me to take.
    With love, I thank you all. With special thanks to those who took time to shine their light on the path. But everyone brings light and it all matters.
    I love what Ghandi said “no matter what you do it is likely to be insignificant.. But it is very important that you do it. So I say thank you again. /tim

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