Finding Your Religion: When the Faith You Grew Up With Has Lost Its Meaning

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Harper Collins, Dec 26, 2000 - Religion - 256 pages
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An Indispensable Guidebook for Those Seeking a New Spiritual Path, or Wishing to Reconnect to the Religion of Their Youth

 

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Finding your religion: when the faith you grew up with has lost its meaning

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McLennan, model for Garry Trudeau's character Rev. Scotty Sloan in "Doonesbury" and longtime chaplain at Tufts University, has written an engaging, easygoing guide and prod for those who want to find ... Read full review

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Enjoyed this book. It helped me see the universality of religion and the "phases" of spiritual development. I found both of these concepts very reassuring. I feel less guilty now for my questions and ... Read full review

Contents

The Mountain Beckons
1
Opening
9
Thinking
33
Experiencing
50
Walking
67
Joining
93
Crossing
114
Sitting
138
Suffering
158
Rejoicing
184
Conclusion
205
Readingfor the Next Steps on Your Path
215
Contacts for the Next Steps on You r Path
220
Notes
223
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Scotty McLennan has been the Chaplain at Tufts University since 1984. He has been a lecturer at the Harvard Business School since 1988, and he frequently consults on the subject of business ethics with corporations. McLennan was the inspiration for the character of Reverend Scot Sloan in the Doonesbury comic strip. He lives in Milton, Massachusetts.

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