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. 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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