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Do Christians Know How to Be Spiritual?

Paperback|Oct 2005
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After a century or more of convincing ourselves that intelligent people should be 'secular', it is now trendy to be 'spiritual'. Why the sudden change? And what do we mean by being 'spiritual'? John Drane presents a whirlwind tour of...


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After a century or more of convincing ourselves that intelligent people should be 'secular', it is now trendy to be 'spiritual'. Why the sudden change? And what do we mean by being 'spiritual'? John Drane presents a whirlwind tour of the phenomenon of cultural change as it is being experienced in the West, identifying the challenges and opportunities this presents to the Christian church. He examines the question of whether human beings are intrinsically programmed to be 'spiritual', offers theological reflection on the 'New Age' phenomenon and focuses on how the Christian community can connect with spiritual seekers in today's world.
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Based on the 2005 London Lectures in Contemporary Christianity at All Souls, Langham Place, John Drane asks what it means to be spiritual in contemporary society and how the Christian churches need to respond.
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After a century or more of convincing ourselves that intelligent people should be 'secular', it is now trendy to be 'spiritual'. Why the sudden change? And what do we mean by being 'spiritual'? John Drane presents a whirlwind tour of the phenomenon of cultural change as it is being experienced in the West, identifying the challenges and opportunities this presents to the Christian church. He examines the question of whether human beings are intrinsically programmed to be 'spiritual', offers theological reflection on the 'New Age' phenomenon and focuses on how the Christian community can connect with spiritual seekers in today's world.
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John Drane

John Drane (Ph.D., University of Manchester) taught practical theology in the universities of Stirling and Aberdeen, and is currently a Fellow of St John's College, Durham, and an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, California.


He is the author of many books including Introducing the New Testament (Third edition); Introducing the Old Testament; What is the New Age Still Saying to the Church?; The McDonaldisation of the Church; Lion Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Bible; Cultural Change & Biblical Faith and Paul: Libertine or Legalist?
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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