Archive for April, 2010

This book is by Arthur Peacocke and edited by a professor at the Claremont School of Theology in Claremont California, Philip Clayton. They have a program called Center for Sustainability and Spirituality.

The opening sentence I found confusing, but interesting, and it struck a chord in the end.

“A host of surveys indicates that what Christians, and indeed other religious believers, today affirm as real fails to generate any conviction among many of those in Europe and in intellectual circles in North America, who seek spiritual insight and who continue regretfully as wistful agnostics in relation to the formulations of traditional religions.”


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