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From religion back to faith : a journey of the heart

Author: Barbara Fiand
Publisher: New York : Crossroad Pub. Co., ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Jesus asked his followers "Who do you say that I am?" In this book, Barbara Fiand takes us back to the disruptive power of this question, stirring "the ancient hunger in our souls" to encounter the living God. Fiand shows us that as seekers, we need to move beyond the easy answers of many religious systems, taking the insights of science seriously, and taking responsibility for loving each other as a sign of God's  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Fiand
ISBN: 0824524179 9780824524173 9780824524173
OCLC Number: 70839690
Description: 197 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction: on taking the son seriously --
Dorothy Stang --
Because we believe --
On asking the right questions --
On taking the son seriously --
Dangerous memories --
Thoughts and questions for meditation --
Primordial faith: a quest for the holy --
Wilderness replete with light --
Focusing the issue --
In search of the self --
Primary faith --
Spirituality --
Religion --
What is asked of religion today? --
Thoughts and questions for meditation --
Situating ourselves --
Community --
a vision for our time --
Situating ourselves --
Facing our reality --
The burden of the past --
Structures of domination --
From religion back to faith --
Thoughts and questions for meditation --
Expanding our horizons --
On seeing with new eyes --
The struggle of job --
An example for today --
The power of symbol and metaphor --
Experiencing the holy --
The power of the ascension --
Thoughts and questions for meditation --
An invitation to wonder --
Focusing the issue --
Transcending space and time --
Animal and plant world --
Primary perception --
Thought is energy --
Consciousness and light --
On being channels of light --
Passing into the light --
Thoughts and questions for meditation --
Walking into the story --
Leading the way --
Courage to face the unknown --
Fullness of humanity, fullness of divinity --
Truth beyond objectivity --
I have come to cast fire --
Called to one table --
For unto us a child is born --
Because we believe --
Homecoming --
Thoughts and questions for meditation.
Responsibility: Barbara Fiand.
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"Jesus asked his followers "Who do you say that I am?" In this book, Barbara Fiand takes us back to the disruptive power of this question, stirring "the ancient hunger in our souls" to encounter the living God. Fiand shows us that as seekers, we need to move beyond the easy answers of many religious systems, taking the insights of science seriously, and taking responsibility for loving each other as a sign of God's love. Fiand invites us to walk into our Story - the Christian Story into which we were baptized - to make it truly our own."--BOOK JACKET.

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