A Theology of Christian Spirituality
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A Theology of Christian Spirituality  -     By: Samuel M. Powell

A Theology of Christian Spirituality

Abingdon Press / 2005 / Paperback

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While many would argue that spirituality is a necessary component of authentic human living, there is a lot of confusion over what spirituality is. According to Powell, Christian spirituality has five aspects.
1. Christian living is inescapably corporate. It is inseparable from the Christian community.
2. It is inescapably corporeal--it cannot be separated from specific and embodied practices.
3. It is participation in the Trinitarian life of God. Thus Christian living reflects both upon us and God.
4. It has an eschatological existence. And
5. It is marked by our essential finitude under the conditions of sin.

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Title: A Theology of Christian Spirituality
By: Samuel M. Powell
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 0687493331
ISBN-13: 9780687493333
Stock No: WW493331

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While many would argue that spirituality is a necessary component of authentic human living, there is a lot of confusion over what spirituality is. According to Powell Christian spirituality has five aspects. 1.) Christian living is inescapably corporate. It is inseparable from the Christian community. 2.) It is inescapably corporeal--it cannot be separated from specific and embodied practices. 3.)  It is participation in the Trinitarian life of God. Thus Christian living reflects both upon us and God. 4.) It has an eschatological existence. 5.) It is marked by our essential finitude under the conditions of sin.

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Samuel M. Powell is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Point Loma Nazarene University.  Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion, and Director of Graduate Studies in Religion.

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