The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure Topics for Discussion

James Redfield
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Discuss the nine insights. What are they? What is their purpose? How do they change religion or our belief of religion? Is it possible something like this exists?

Discuss Cardinal Sebastian. Why did the cardinal want to suppress the manuscript? Was he right in his fears? Do the insights undermine the teachings of the Catholic Church? If so, does this give the Peruvian government the right to suppress the manuscript?

Is this novel religious in nature? Why or why not? Do you believe in evolution? Can evolution and religion co-exist? Why did the narrator have a vision of evolution? What is evolution and what does it have to do with the Ninth Insight?

Why does the writer not name his main character? Does this add to or distract from the novel? In your opinion, is the main character flat due to this failure to...

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