Sitting with Sufis: A Christian Experience of Learning Sufism

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Paraclete Press, 2005 - Religion - 124 pages
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The sequel to A Baptist Among the Jews is another spiritual journey, this time into the Sufi traditions, including the mysteries of the sema, which is the meditation movement that made Rumi famous. Original.

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Review: Sitting with Sufis: A Christian Experience of Learning the Spirituality of Islam

User Review  - Cassandra Carico - Goodreads

This was an interesting book, to be sure. I enjoyed the author's very unique take on a spiritual practice that definitely draws my attention. Read full review

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User Review  - Matt Friedman - Goodreads

I have read widely as well as deeply in the writings of the Sufi tradition, and am also a follower of Jesus. I have often been challenged by the hunger for God expressed in the writings of the Sufi ... Read full review

Contents

chapter one Longing for God
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chapter four Becoming Love
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Dance
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Copyright

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Mary Blye Howe (Duncanville, TX) is a cradle Southern Baptist who has found a warm, welcoming second home among several Jewish congregations in the Dallas, Texas area. She has published over 100 articles in more than 60 diverse periodicals, including Entrepreneur, the Dallas Morning News, and the Chicago Tribune.

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