"Not full of direct inspired revelations per se, as is, for instance, "A Course In Miracles" or "The Other Voice"; but a good and enlightening account of many interesting topics. Provides full accounts of the life of Jesus, the fall, first of the devil, and then of mankind; and of the early history of our planet, which is referred to as "Urantia". Other good points, also."
"If you are serious about finding the truth, you should certainly read A Course In Miracles, if you only ever read one book again. But do not expect to understand any part that you have not read at least 20 times. This is, by far, the book that has helped me the most in this list, and the one that I have read the most. Richly repays the effort it demands from the reader to be properly understood."
"Lovely book of revelations. Aimed mainly at the female truth seeker, I think, but none the worse for that. A condensed translation of the original French texts, "Lui Et Moi Entretiens Spirituels", which I cannot doubt would also be worth reading, if you speak French."
"A great book on the person of Jesus, written by two exceptional scholars, one of whom "grew up speaking the modern version of the Greek in which the New Testament was written", the other has a PhD in Geology, and spent 8 years in Lebanon. Many informative points. Inspired and awesome."
"This commentary on Mark's Gospel presents the truth of the matters in question, in an authoritative and well-researched way, without giving the impression that that is anything out of the ordinary. William Hendricksen's Commentary on the Gospel of John is even better, and his work often reminds me of the great Sherlock Holmes. Both are highly recommended."