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Tjxrhom moves on to identify three crucial features of a materialist spirituality. First, it has a concrete substance - primarily the sacraments and the sacramental dimension of our Christian life in its totality. Second, materialist spirituality cannot be lived out in a vacuum, but requires concrete spaces - mainly the church and the world, which, though separate, are clearly interconnected. Third, this spirituality is grounded not in airy ideas and concepts but in plain empirical perception - in things we can see and hear, smell and taste - making it a spirituality eminently suited for our daily lives and the world.
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2009
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