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The Sacred Journey 2

The Sacred Journey 2 The Ancient Practices

By Charles Foster with forward by Phyllis Tickle
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.42 Stars

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On 11/2 dani wrote: Soon after moving out to the Arizona desert from California's Central Coast, I received this book through Booksneeze.com to review. I thought I was being clever in getting a free book, but I had no idea how powerful this book would be. "The Sacred Journey" is about the lost art of pilgrimage, a sacred ... Desert Wandering

dani's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/31 Chris Harrison wrote: I’ve owed Booksneeze this review for quite a while. The funny thing is this, I haven’t written it because I’ve been on a…well, I’ve been on a sacred journey. The two years between reading the book an review have been a pilgrimage from Arizona to Southern California, director to Pastor, father ... Open the book and start walking

Chris' Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/30 Keith Clark wrote: The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster is the eighth and final book in The Ancient Practices Series published by Thomas Nelson. The series began with an introduction to the seven ancient practices which “came effortlessly out of Judaism into Christianity as the principal ways of forming or organizing ... The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster

Keith's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/4 Pat Hannon wrote: Many moons ago, the good folks at Thomas Nelson sent me a copy of The Sacred Journey to review. This is the final installment in The Ancient Practices Series. I have read and reviewed most of the series already and was eager to receive this volume to engage the ancient practice of pilgrimage. There ... Review of The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster

Pat's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/2 Asha Butterflys wrote: I had a really hard time getting into this book. I am really not sure why that is, as well as I do not think I understand really what the author's message is trying to be. I felt that he was jumping around all over the place and was pulling information from the bible and other books. I do not want to ... Not for me

Asha Butterflys' Rating:

1 Stars

On 2/2 Lori Biddle wrote: This is a Book Review on the book "The Sacred Journey" by Charles Foster. I liked it, I liked it very much! Never had I considered that we were perhaps created to wander. As I began to read, I realized there is example after example of wandering people favored by God over those who built large empires ... The Sacred Journey: Book Review

Lori's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/1 Sarah-Paige Copeland wrote: {book review}Sponsored by :~In The Sacred Journey Charles Foster explores our nomadic subconscious as he guides us through a straight forward lesson on pilgrimage, using examples from his own journey's around the world as well as side by side scripture references from the Bible ... The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster {book review}

Sarah-Paige's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/29 Roberta Biggs wrote: Hello there... Been struggling to read a book called "The Sacred Journey" for months!!! Recently, I personally have been feeling like I needed to take a few new steps to exercise my faith. How ironic that the same time my husband embarked upon a trip to Colombia, South America was the time God said "go ... The Sacred Journey...

Roberta's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/5 Anna Snyder wrote: “The Sacred Journey” is a part of an 8 book series called “The Ancient Practices”. In the introduction, Editor Phyllis Tickle issues a warning that “every one of you who reads this book will find at least one thing you totally disagree with and a whole handful of those you want to question. ... The Sacred Journey

Anna's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/16 mommiesmiracles wrote: Sounds like a good book, never received it, contacted booksneeze numerous times and after the third time gave up. I'm going to be getting the book from a friend when she is done reading it and will update this review. I feel that I was deceived, told numerous times my book would come and it didn't. My ... The sacred Journey 2

mommiesmiracles' Rating:

5 Stars