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Finding Our Way Again

The Return of the Ancient Practices

Author Brian D. McLaren
Narrator Paul Michael
Runtime 5 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date April 18, 2008
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In a sense, every day of our lives is labor. It is questionable if you can ever be exactly the same person waking up on two consecutive days. How are spiritual sojourners to cope with the constant change?

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In a sense, every day of our lives is labor. It is questionable if you can ever be exactly the same person waking up on two consecutive days. How are spiritual sojourners to cope with the constant change? Many are beginning to explore the ancient Christian spiritual practices that have been in use for centuries, everything from fixed-hour prayer to fasting to sincere observance of the Sabbath. What is causing this hunger for deeper spirituality?

Brian McLaren guides us on this quest for an explanation of these spiritual practices, many of which go all the way back to Abraham and the establishment of Israel. In the midst of contemporary Christianity, we discover the beauty of these ancient disciplines and the transformation through Christ that each can provide.

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Highly recommended for anyone disatisfied with where they are up to and wanting to journey further
A very kind and perceptive diagnosis of how lost segments of the church have become along the way of Jesus and how to find our way back.
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Review by / (Posted on 6/18/2019)
If it ain't low church it ain't Christian?
Brian McClaren is rediscovering the treasures in the Historic Christian Church. Sadly, there are those who find the spiritual practice that the vast majority of Christians have used over the last 2000 years to be unacceptable. They then label anything they don't like as "Anti-Christian." Minimalist Christianity is barely Christian at all. It creates enclaves of Pharisaic carpers who think that only they can be saved.

It would do Mr. Nathan some good to study Historic Christianity to learn about the breadth and depth of Christian profession down through the ages.
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Review by / (Posted on 7/28/2014)
Micheal Nathan says 'everything this man...
Micheal Nathan says 'everything this man writes is completely anti-christian'. What a load of garbage! have you read him?
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Review by / (Posted on 11/13/2009)
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