Opus Dei is perhaps one of the most controversial religious organisations of our time. For many years there was little information about its history and development. More recently attempts have been made to make its structure and organisation are now much more transparent. For some, however, the organisation is seen as a powerful and shadowy institution with wealth, influence and many dark secrets. This revealing book aims to find out the truth behind the myths and the speculation, and examines the faces and personalities behind its institution. This book presents a global perspective of the Opus Dei that considers its influence on a worldwide scale and reveals the truth behind this powerful institution.
Maggy Whitehouse has studied both Jewish and Christian faiths and belief systems for more than 15 years. She specializes in Bible Metaphysics and leads workshops and seminars in Comparative Religion, Old and New Testament Bible Interpretation and on the role of women in Biblical History. She is the author of five other books on aspects of Judaism, Christianity and faith including a beginner's guide to Kabbalah.