Gifts of the Dark Wood Paperback
Seven Blessings for Soulful Skeptics (and Other Wanderers)
by Eric Elnes;
A Bird's Eye View
Dr Eric. Elnes expertly guides skeptics through the dark wood of the awkwardness often experienced searching for God
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Gifts of the Dark Wood
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A guidebook for spirituality in a post - Christian world.
you left the faith you used to have but don't know what to move toward?
When you can't see the road ahead, do you feel lost and alone? Do you
wish you had a group of companions willing to wander with you?
Welcome to the Dark Wood.
As you journey through the unknown, you may feel tempted, lost, and uncertain. Though commonly feared and avoided, these feelings of uncertainty can be your greatest assets on this journey because it is in uncertainty that we probe, question, and discover. According to the ancients, you don't need to be a saint or spiritual master to experience profound awakening and live with God's presence and guidance. You need only to wander.
In clear and lucid prose that combines the heart of a mystic, the soul of a poet, and the mind of a biblical scholar, Dr. Eric Elnes demystifies the seven gifts bestowed in the Dark Wood: the gifts of uncertainty, emptiness, being thunderstruck, getting lost, temptation, disappearing, and the gift of misfits.
This is a book for anyone who feels awkward in their search for God, anyone who seeks to find holiness amid their holy mess, and anyone who prefers practicality to piety when it comes to finding their place in this world.
Gifts of the Dark Wood by Eric Elnes was published by Abingdon Press in September 2015. The ISBN for Gifts of the Dark Wood is 9781426794131.
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Details for Gifts of the Dark Wood
|Page last updated||17th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Eric Elnes|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||240|