Creativity: where the divine and the human meet

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Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, Sep 26, 2002 - Philosophy - 244 pages
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Drawn from sermons and lectures that have electrified listeners, here is a concise, powerful meditation on the nature of creativity from Episcopal priest and radical theologian Matthew Fox.

Creativity is Fox at his most dynamic: It is immensely practical and leaves the reader with a message to take into action in life. Fox tantalizingly suggests that the most prayerful, most spiritually powerful act a person can undertake is to create, at his or her own level, with a consciousness of where that gift arises from.

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User Review  - Chrysty - Goodreads

I think the introduction of the this book is the best part. It has a lot of interesting cosmology which I found fascinating. However, the writing is very circular and repetitive so I struggled to keep my focus while reading it. Read full review

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User Review  - Warren B - Goodreads

First off, this is not among Matthew Fox's best books for a number of reasons. I read Mr. Fox's books for some of the great insight and quotations that he can be counted on for. I don't however agree ... Read full review

Contents

Creative Spirit Holy Spirit I
1
Creativity Our True Nature
27
What Happens When the Creative
56
Copyright

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Matthew Fox has devoted his career to unleashing the suppressed mystical and life-affirming traditions within Christianity and other faiths. His theology of Creation Spirituality-the belief that we are born in "original blessing"-earned him the headline-making censure of the Vatican, which officially "silenced" Fox in 1989 and precipitated his dismissal by the Dominican Order in 1993. Now an Episcopal priest, Fox is the author of more than twenty books.

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