6 edition of Exploring Christian Spirituality found in the catalog.
July 3, 2006
by Paulist Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Bruce H. Lescher (Editor), Elizabeth Liebert (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
"Exploring Christian Spirituality" honors her contributions in this field by addressing issues at the creative "edges" of the discipline. In Exploring Christian Spirituality, colleagues and students of Dr. Schneiders', as well as other collaborators in the academic discipline of Christian spirituality, examine the subject from various. Exploring Christian Spirituality. 69 likes. A Course running at the London Spirituality Centre on Monday's from November to May A leaflet is Followers:
5 Contents Acknowledgments 7 Introduction 9 1. Introducing Christian Spirituality 13 2. Exploring Christian Spirituality 39 3. Human Experience Exploring the Meaning of Spirituality. Related Book. Spirituality For Dummies, 2nd Edition. By Sharon Janis. One of the great gifts of spiritual knowledge is that it realigns your sense of self to something you may not have even ever imagined was within you. Spirituality says that even if you think you’re limited and small, it simply isn’t so.
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Billions have gone before and have spent countless hours seeking spirituality. Don‘t overlook their efforts.Introduce your 6- to year-olds to the most important passages and big-picture story line of the Bible! Each of the entries includes a brief Scripture passage and space to write a daily prayer, along with either a question to answer or a verse to write out.
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In this collection of twenty-four essays, Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, and Methodist writers describe the unique forms of spirituality that have emerged from their traditions.