The fifth dimension: an exploration of the spiritual realm

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Oneworld, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 274 pages
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Drawing on mystical and religious traditions ancient and modern, and spiritual thinkers as diverse as Julian of Norwich and Mahatma Gandhi. John Hick has produced a tightly argued and thoroughly readable case for a reality in which a fifth, spiritual dimension plays a central role.

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Fifth Dimension

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Noted theologian Hick believes that humans are living in such a highly technological "Western" culture that we have accepted an exclusively humanistic/scientific account of our existence and ignored ... Read full review

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This book pretty much sums up the central idea around which my spirituality orbits -- that religion is a mortal attempt to define and describe ubiquitious divine phenomena for which is has no language. I loved it. Read full review

Contents

THE BIG PICTURE
1
THE NATURALISTIC ASSUMPTION
13
NATURALISM AS BAD NEWS FOR THE MANY
20
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About the author (1999)

John Hick is Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Research in Arts and Social Sciences, University of Birmingham.

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