God in All Things
Gerard Hughes's popularity lies in the fact that he always writes directly for the individual struggling with issues of faith and life and gets right to the heart of spiritual needs and concerns. His best-seller God of Surprises published nearly...
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Gerard Hughes's popularity lies in the fact that he always writes directly for the individual struggling with issues of faith and life and gets right to the heart of spiritual needs and concerns. His best-seller God of Surprises published nearly 20 years ago has sold nearly a quarter of a million copies. God in All Things is a follow up to that book written for a different world and a different spiritual climate. This is a guidebook for the inner journey. It is about recognising God in the ordinary, in the joy and sadness of things, about knowing that God cannot be separated from whatever we experience. It is written for people on the fringes of Christianity, or those who are disillusioned with church structures and dogmatic theology. Hughes has written this book because he is concerned at the split between religion and life, as if religion was something apart and detached from the rest of God's creation. Apart from being a brilliant spiritual guide this book is a call to a faith in terminal decline to enlarge its concept of God and break out of the straitjacket of pious religion.
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Gerard W Hughes is one of Britain's best loved writers on spirituality. A Jesuit priest, he is author of a number of bestselling books popular among Christians from diverse traditions including the bestselling God of Surprises, Walk to Jerusalem (Darton, Longman & Todd) contains reflections on the nature of peace which came to him as he walked most of the way from Ayrshire to Jerusalem in 1987, God, Where are You? (D.L.T), O God, Why? (Bible Reading Fellowship) and God of Compassion (Hodder & Stoughton).