Soul Wilderness: A Desert Spirituality
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Soul Wilderness: A Desert Spirituality

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All of us are mystics and prophets, says Kerry Walters, but this natural calling lies sleeping within us. We have played it safe by settling for a surface piety or conventional spirituality, instead of searching for a raw and unfiltered encounter with the divine. God is unknowable yet supremely experiential. If we dare go beneath conventionality and our carefully built ima...more
Paperback, 153 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Paulist Press
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Mark Lacy
Interesting. Not easy to understand, but I think I grasped most of it. We seldom touch on religious mysticism in churches I've been in, and I think the author has explanations for why that is.
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