While drawing on authentic Islamic texts and primary books in mainstream psychology, this book introduces a new school of thought where religion, philosophy, mysticism and psychology intersect and create an integrative approach in understanding the human mind and human behavior.
A Black-Jewish dialogue lifts a veil on these groups' unspoken history, shedding light on the challenges and promises facing American democracy from its inception to the present and modeling the honest conversation needed for Blacks and Jews to forge a new understanding.
Cynthia Bourgeault describes the foundations of her theology: a cosmological seeing with the eye of the heart, Benedictine daily rule informed by wisdom from the Asian traditions. She explains the influence of philosophers built on the cornerstones of the Incarnation and the Paschal Mystery, tied by the Trinity as a cosmogonic principle.
The work is a summary of Alister McGrath's vision of Christian theology, focusing on the distinct role of historical theology, the importance of engaging the relation of science and faith, the need for theologians to participate in major public debates, and the significance of theological education.
Wild Ones, Arise! God is awakening a new breed of church reformer. This generation of misfit prophets haven't fit the typical "church" molds. Orphaned by religion, many fled into a wilderness of isolation. But in this new era, God is calling them back to the ecclesia to help bring about a long-needed reformation. In The Wild Reformers, ......