Summary: A new psychology of religious experience that argues that religions enjoy such a wide embrace because they offer repeated opportunities to satisfy sixteen basic motivations or “strivings” common to all human beings.
Summary: This text explores the interwoven story of religion, race, and politics in American history, with a concluding theological reflection.
In our current toxic political climate one might ask the question, “can anything good come of politics?” James W. Skillen would answer that affirmatively.
If we wish to be set free from this false significance, to take a new perspective on our career and the use of our time, Laura S. Meitzner Yoder’s thoughtful chapter “Interruptions are not distractions” provides us with a deeply beautiful corrective.
Big Questions, Worthy Dreams: Mentoring Emerging Adults in Their Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Faith Sharon D. Parks My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is one of the books that higher ed professionals have mentioned to me over and over again with regard to the interest in “spirituality” among college students. So, when a […]