Befriending Our Desires book.
Befriending Our Desires book. Argues that 'desire' should be placed at the centre of the.
Befriending Our Desires portrays the intimate connection between desire and the spiritual journey. Drawing on Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, Christian spiritual classics (with some reference to Buddhist spirituality), poetry, and other literature, plus personal and pastoral experience, Philip Sheldrake explores the role of desire in relation to God, prayer, sexuality, making choices, and responding to change. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
by Professor Philip Sheldrake (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0232524468. God can be found at the heart of all desire. This book has become something of a classic. The vocabulary of religious experience and that of sexual love have much in common, dwelling on desire, longing, yearning; but post-enlightenment Western Christianity has valued the rational and controlled rather than the vulnerability of passion.
Befriending our desires. by. Sheldrake, Philip. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Philip Sheldrake is a religious historian and theologian with additional background in philosophy, political theory and the social sciences. His main work has been as a leading scholar in the overall multi-disciplinary field of spirituality. In particular, Philip Sheldrake has been closely involved internationally in the emergence of Christian Spirituality as an academic discipline
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Befriending Our Desires portrays the intimate connection between desire and the spiritual journey
Befriending Our Desires portrays the intimate connection between desire and the spiritual journey. This rather short book argues that without desire we cannot move closer to God and offered me much to reflect upon. I savored each of the short sections treating various aspects of desire in human life and spirituality.
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Author: Philip Sheldrake
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Publisher: Ave Maria Press; First Printing edition (1994)
Pages: 131 pages
ePUB size: 1315 kb
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