Awe-filled Wonder: The Interface of Science and Spirituality
"All human longing for the Ultimate is rooted in the context of the time in which it arises. It formulates its vision out of the language and symbols of its age in order to present a time-relevant approach to that which, in spite of all our striving, nevertheless and at all times-remains holy Mystery." "Fiand invites us to gaze at spirituality through the context of our own time - and to use this new vision as a way to dialogue, to explore, to take back ownership of our personal God-quest, and to find food for the journey in each other and in God."--BOOK JACKET.
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MOMENTS OF REVELATION
LIGHT AND CONSCIOUSNESS
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