God In All Worlds
An Anthology Of Contemporary Spiritual WritingBook - 1995
This anthology is a complete guide to spiritual writings from 1945 to the present day, with over 130 contributors ranging from C.S. Lewis, C.G. Jung and M. Scott Peck to Martin Luther King Jr., Carlos Casteneda and Vaclav Havel. While examining traditional eastern and western spiritualism, the book also explores the more recent feminist theology, New Age spirituality, eco-consciousness and cosmological discoveries. The anthology is compiled within the structure of a spiritual journey: the quest, revelation, trials, surrender, death, eternal life and awe. Writers and thinkers from all backgrounds - Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, Christian, Taoist and agnostic - are brought together to explore all the various facets of modern spirituality and religious experience in our post war age.
Publisher: Toronto : A.A. Knopf Canada, 1995.
Branch Call Number: 291.4 GOD
Characteristics: xviii, 877 p.