7 edition of Reclaiming Spirituality found in the catalog.
January 25, 1998 by Crossroad Classic .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||197|
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From Holy to Whole: Reclaiming Spirituality. By Marlene Winell. My book, Leaving the Fold, was written for people who have decided to leave and recover from an authoritarian religion like Christian fundamentalism.
Yet the attractions of the fold are very strong. It’s a comfortable cocoon where you are taken care of in some wonderful ways. Contemplation, however, is at the center of biblical spirituality, and is foundational to the spiritual life.
This book is a collection of some of the most recent, cutting research into the practices of contemplation, by some of the top names in Christian spiritual-formation circles today.
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Drawing on the modern findings of many disciplines, the author sets out to explore this new spiritual erruption, one that leaves religious allegiance waning while millions around the world seek meaning and nourishment in a range of new contexts, many of which transcend, circumvent and even abandon the religious certainty of bygone : Paperback.
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