Christian Spirituality as a Way of Living Publicly

Philip F. Sheldrake has writen an interesting essay called Christian Spirituality as a Way of Living Publicly: A Dialectic of the Mystical and Prophetic. Here’s a brief introduction:

For many people, the word “spirituality” immediately implies interiority in the sense of a quest for personal spiritual experience away from everyday life. The sharp contrast between inner and outer life was prevalent in most books about Christian spirituality until the last part of the 20th century and has still not disappeared entirely. However, the idea that spirituality is merely the pursuit of individual inwardness has also been criticized in Christian circles…

Thanks to Andii at Nouselife for the link.

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