Article Archives

This section contains a list of links to various historical articles.  Click on the links below to access and read the articles. 

Joe Jesseph

"A Short History of the Editing
and Publishing of A Course in Miracles
"
by Joseph Jesseph

Psychologist and longtime devoted student of the Course, Joe personally followed and studied the Course's evolvement from its beginning. His abbreviated history about its publishing period presents an eyewitness account that covers this vital part of the Course's history.



James Bolen - 1977

James Bolen, Editor and Publisher
New Realities Magazine
Photo taken in 1977
at New Realities Office in
San Francisco, CA


New Realities Magazine Articles

"Simple, Dumb, Boring Truths & A Course in Miracles" by Brian Van der Horst (1977)

Featuring interviews with:

  • Glenn Olds, PhD, President of Kent State University
  • Ronald S. Hawke, Phew, Scientist
    with Lawrence Livermore Labs
  • Ralph Blum, Writer, Novelist and Screenwriter
  • Marilyn Ferguson, Author, Editor and Publisher
    of Brain/Mind Bulletin
  • Eleanor Criswell, PhD, President of the
    Association for Humanistic Psychology
  • John White, Journalist, author, editor and teacher
  • Sydney Lamb, PhD, Professor of Linguistics
    at Yale University
  • John Fetzer, President of Detroit Tigers and
    Radio and Television Owner
  • Douglas Dean, M.S., Physical Chemist,
    Teacher of Computer Programming
  • Bruce Gregory, MBA from Warton School of Finance
    and CBS Manager
  • Gerald Jampolsky, MD, Psychiatrist
  • Stanley Krippner, PhD, Parapsychologist, Author
  • Barbara Marx Hubbard, President of the
    Committee for the Future
  • William Roll, PhD, Project Director of the
    Psychical Research Foundation

"Miracles Come of Age: Update on A Course in Miracles by Brian Van der Horst (1979)

"The Gifts of God" by Judith Skutch (1982)

"A Course in Miracles, The Untold Story, Part I" by Robert Skutch (1984)

"A Course in Miracles, The Untold Story, Part II" by Robert Skutch (1984)

Author's Note

Editorial Comment