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Being Spiritual: What this means, and does religion matter? Kindle Edition
Spiritual But Not Religious? Religious But Not Spiritual?
Discover what it means to be "spiritual"
Taking a broad perspective, this thought-provoking book questions what being spiritual means for different people, explores the many different ways by which spirituality is expressed, and considers ways to enjoy a "spiritual experience."
"A top recommendation for those who are not only spiritual, but who enjoy religious and philosophical reflection...a thought-provoking and key guide for modern times." - MidWest Review (Diane Donovan, Senior Reviewer)
Making sense of the unseen and the unknown
What does it mean to be spiritual? For some, spirituality is at best a hazy concept that’s preferred by those who cannot accept the potential of science to one day explain everything. For others, it's at the core of what it means to be human.
Being Spiritual explores ideas about spirituality, as a way of making sense of its meaning and reality. Attention is given to the relevance of several important themes for understanding what spirituality is, including topics such as life purpose, mortality, love, and beauty.
The book also examines the "spiritual but not religious" phenomenon, asking whether it’s necessary or even desirable to hold onto a religious faith or a belief in a higher power in order to achieve spiritual growth and potential. Drawing on the thinking of sociologists, psychologists, historians, theologians, social commentators and more, the potential attractions and risks of a do-it-myself approach to spirituality are weighed against the possible pitfalls and promises of following a more traditional path.
Ultimately, the book opens up questions that are relevant for all, offering food for thought to both guide and inspire those who are curious about, embarking upon, or wanting to deepen an exploration of their spiritual life, whatever they perceive this to be.
Get to grips with what it means to be spiritual and how to bring the spiritual into your life: Order your copy of this important book NOW!
- ASIN : B07B8W98XJ
- Publisher : Labyrinthe Press (5 March 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 1335 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 202 pages
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