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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 1/31 georgekking wrote: Brian McClaren introduces the Ancient Practices Series with his book Finding Our Way Again. The book is written in three parts. Part one looks at the hope of rediscovering spirituality as a way of life rather than a religious system. Part two looks at three categories of practices – contemplative, ... Finding Our Way Again

georgekking's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/31 Sally Drinnon wrote: This is the first book in The Ancient Practices Series and I was super excited to read it. I've really enjoyed the two other books I've read in the series. I thought, surely, that this beginning would be just as good or better since it was setting us up to read the rest of the books. Unfortunately, ... Book Review: "Finding Our Way Again. The Return of the Ancient Practices" by Brian Mclaren

Sally's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/30 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: I was very kindly given a review copy by Thomas Nelson of Brian McLaren's book Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, so that I could deliver an unbiased review. It is part of The Ancient Practices Series that Thomas Nelson has developed. I had assumed that the book would be about ... Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, by Brian McLaren

Eric Bruno Borgman's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/28 David Kludt wrote: Reading Finding Our Way Again reminded me why I have enjoyed McLaren’s work so much over the years (and likely why some find his work so frustrating). His writing incorporates a great deal of honesty and self, in the form of personal reflections and through a poetic prose that acknowledges (and often ... Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren (book review)

David's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/27 Sean Hagey wrote: Finding Our Way Again is a book on Christianity as a way of life. A returning to a faith that is old, and yet new. Finding that the practices of the fathers of our faith have a surprising depth and richness that is often overlooked in our modern fascination with what’s new and trendy. The author ... Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren

Sean's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/27 Adam wrote: When I had the opportunity to read and review this book I have to admit I was kind of excited. I haven’t read anything by Mclaren, but I have heard a great deal about him. Most of the stuff that I have heard about him has been negative. After everything that I have heard most would wonder why I would ... Bad Theology, But Some Good Practicology

Adam's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/27 firstbishop wrote: Brian McLaren's "Finding our way again" is the first in a series of eight books on ancient spiritual practices. McLaren provides a general introduction that prepares the way for subsequent books to cover a range of disciplines in more detail: sabbath, fasting, tithing, fixed-hour prayer, the Eucharist, ... Finding our way again by Brian McLaren

firstbishop's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/26 Jane Stacy wrote: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Finding Our Way Again by Brian McLaren This book is not what I would define as an "easy read". It required constant attention and persistent re-reading to keep everything in focus. Nonetheless, it gave insight, experience, and background. I was especially interested in Part ... Finding Our Way Again

Jane's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/23 Steve wrote: In his book Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, Brian McLaren intended to address Christians and encourage them to "rediscover the Christian faith as a transforming way of life." His goal was (and is) noble, his assessment of the problem was clear, but his solution was vague and ... Book Review

Steve's Rating:

1 Stars

On 1/23 Amy shore wrote: Like the aging actor, fumbling lines he has long ago committed to memory, America’s sense of faith seems to have forgotten the lines. We’re in danger of being lost in a watered down soup that could only be described as Postchristendom. Brian McLaren, sounds a warning that is at once heartening comfort ... 'Finding Our Way' Illuminates

Amy shore's Rating:

5 Stars