Book Report: Browsing A Bookshelf

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Living on Life's Labyrinth

Join me in my garret, where I keep my books on spirituality and theology. Pick a shelf, any shelf. How about the one that begins with books by Elizabeth A. Johnson and ends with a little book about contemplation by Martin Laird, Into the Silent Land?

And in-between are treasures of learning and wisdom and journeys into spiritual practice and reflection.

The Prettiest Cover: Ask the Beasts, Darwin and the God of Love by Elizabeth A. Johnson. (2014) Inside are several pages of notes I wrote when this book was the focus of a class I took at Wisdom Ways in 2014. https://www.wisdomwayscenter.org Johnson asks the question “What is the theological meaning of the natural world of life?” and “Why hasn’t theology taken the natural world seriously?” This is a dense book and as a non theologian, I was grateful to be studying this book with a group…

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2 thoughts on “Book Report: Browsing A Bookshelf

  1. Oh, I love blogging very much!

    Reading and re-blogging your beautiful blog,
    dear Nancy, was great fun. I enjoyed it very,
    very much! 🙂

    Love and Hugs,

    Uta 🙂

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