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Finding Our Way Again

Finding Our Way Again The Return of the Ancient Practices

By Brian McLaren, Phyllis Tickle
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.18 Stars

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On 9/18 jlawson wrote: Finding Our Way Again by Brian Mclaren is the first in a series of eight books arranged by editor Phyllis Tickle which explore the ancient spiritual practices. From what I can tell Brian’s piece is intended as a kind of introduction to the series, an overview of the place and importance of spiritual ... In search of the ancient way

jlawson's Rating:

2 Stars

On 5/6 Brent wrote: Christianity has a tendency to lose its way. A brief survey of Western culture will reveal a series of mistakes ranging from carelessness to atrocity. Today people find themselves pulled between a variety of religious cultures and are subject to all sorts of religious marketing. Each of these denominations, ... Finding Our Way Again - Review

Brent's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/20 Ricky Nicholes wrote: Regarding the truth: if one has lost their way and strayed from the path, they must retrace their steps and find their way back to the place they had originally mis-stepped. Even though there are a lot of chunks in here that I don't agree with, I like what Brian McLaren was going for - in the broader ... Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren

Ricky's Rating:

2 Stars

On 4/10 lbloder wrote: Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren is one of those rare books that you discover you need on your bookshelf for those times in your life when you are feeling spiritually dehydrated.  It's easily the sort of book that you could read again and again at various stages in your life, and for ... Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren: A Book Review

lbloder's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/25 timmcgeary wrote: "Finding Our Way Again" is the opening book in a new series about the ancient practices of faith.  Author Brian McLaren has been a leader in exploring the Christian faith in new dimensions often by returning to old dimensions.  This new examination interested me, and with the series being edited ... Review: Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices by Brian McLaren

timmcgeary's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/18 PrinceRobert wrote: I've been reading Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices. There's a total of eight books in The Ancient Practices series, including this lead-off book by author, Brian McLaren. The latter seven books deal with everything from fixed-hour prayer, observation of the Sabbath, fasting ... Finding Our Way Again - A Review

PrinceRobert's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/26 Ernest Lim wrote: Got this free book from Book Sneeze on the condition that I write a review of it after reading and posting it on my blog. I saw it on the bookshelf at SKS today and it was selling for $20.40. Not a bad deal as I save S$20 and all I need was to write a review which I will do anyway to summarize my lessons ... Book Reflections - Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren

Ernest 's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/5 Fuzzboard wrote: When he finally got around to the ancient practice, I enjoyed his insights and how he brought new life to disciplines considered more than old-fashioned or dead. I was also grateful for his wisdom about experiencing God in our daily walk, which he called “faithing our practices.” Looking back I understand ... Finding our Way Again by Brian McLaren

Fuzzboard's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/30 Chris Miller wrote: Ancient Christian practices are so hot right now.That might not be true.It might very well be true, I just have nothing to confirm or deny it. There seems to be a trend towards "rediscovering" the way church was done in the past as in ancient practices, but I have nothing to back that up but a hunch ... Finding Our Way: a book review, not a cartography course

Chris' Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/5 mjluff wrote: I must admit, this is the first Brian McLaren book I have actually read from cover to cover. I have lots of his books on my book shelf, and have dipped in and out of them many times, but this is the first time I have ever completed one from start to finish - always seeming to have lots of other books ... A good introduction for the other books in the series

mjluff's Rating:

3 Stars