For too long says Elizabeth Dreyer, the kind of spirituality taught to christian lay people has been clerical and monastic. It has not been grounded in the ways of living actually experienced by lay people incorporating sexuality, childraising, work the marketplace and the earth. a major effort is being made in our day to reformulate spirituality in a way that makes sense to ordinary Christians. More than anything else, this new attitude proclaims that god is best discovered not in the withdrawal everyday life but in the act of living.
In a major shift from clerical and monastic models of spirituality, this book explores the theological and practical aspects of a spirituality that has everyday existence and the entire world as its focal points.
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