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The Spirituality Revolution: The Emergence of Contemporary Spirituality

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The Spirituality Revolution: The Emergence of Contemporary Spirituality recognizes that we have outgrown the ideals and values of previous times and reveals an image of the spiritual situation of our era. Recent discoveries in physics, biology, psychology and ecology have begun to restore status to previously discredited spiritual visions of reality and this book ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 13th 2004 by Routledge (first published 2004)
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Gene
Jan 28, 2008 Gene rated it really liked it
Good presentation of a world-wide movement especially among the young for a contemporary spirituality that is not necessarily connected to any one established religion. Author draws on many insights from his students in his Spiritualty course at a university in Australia. Challenging and hopeful.
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Sep 27, 2016 Sharon Archer rated it it was amazing
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Lots of strings of thoughts but the overwhelming one...where organized religion has turned off some only to be caught up in the secular consumption mentality that always disappoints...there is a deep spiritual revolution that stresses our connections to the earth and people. And this author hopes that religion embraces that.
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Apr 28, 2014 Douglas rated it liked it
Tacey offers a good analysis of the emergence and popularization of spirituality and the accompanying disinterest in institutionalized religion (meaning primarily, the "Christian" form thereof). He notes that the interest in spirituality is more an interest in the experiential "content" rather than the "form" it takes. This latter is construed as the "religion" element that is largely rejected. In the same book, however, he argues that this rejection of form is largely confined to the modern and ...more
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David Tacey, Ph.D., is an associate professor of humanities at La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia). He is a specialist in Jungian Studies.
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