Phoenix of Faith


From Delusional Beliefs To Discovery of the Self.

Esther Harrison

ISBN: 978-0-9739956-0-2
368 pages

SKU: GBK1001-01 Category: Tag:


Phoenix of Faith is an autobiographical account of how a patriarchal religion attracts and supports psychopathic men, who are fathers and husbands, who inflict lasting damage on their spouses, children and extended families. Written “from the inside”, it is a case study that will be of interest to those studying the psychology of fundamentalist religion and the process of cult recovery. If you think dysfunctional religion exists only in third world countries, you’d be wrong. This is a story about the underbelly of a well-known North American evangelical religion, which will make you wonder if a patriarch chooses a religion that fits his pre-existing belief system.

Additional information

Weight .508 kg
Dimensions 21.2 × 14 × 2 cm