Naked Spirituality: A Life With God In 12 Simple Words by Brian D. McLaren

Naked Spirituality: A Life With God In 12 Simple Words

byBrian D. McLaren

Paperback | September 25, 2012

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“A rich, brilliant and important book: wonderfully readable and personal, filled with insight and wisdom, it invites us into practices that can transform our lives.” —Marcus J. Borg, author of Speaking Christian

“Brian McLaren is a bridge builder. In these simple yet profound spiritual practices he perfectly marries his evangelical heart and contemplative soul, and we are all richer for the union.” —Cynthia Bourgeault, author of Centering Prayer and The Wisdom Jesus

In the same way he revitalized our faith in A New Kind of Christianity, church leader Brian McLaren reinvigorates our approach to spiritual fulfillment in Naked Spirituality—by tearing down the old dogmatic practices that hamper our spiritual growth, and leading us toward the meaningful spiritual practices that can help transform our lives.

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Brian D. McLaren, hailed as one of America's 25 most influential evangelicals byTimemagazine, is a speaker, social justice activist, pastor, and the author ofA New Kind of Christianity,A Generous Orthodoxy,A New Kind of Christian, andThe Secret Message of Jesus. McLaren has appeared onNightlineandLarry King Live, and his work has been ...

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Title:Naked Spirituality: A Life With God In 12 Simple WordsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.65 inPublished:September 25, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061854026

ISBN - 13:9780061854026

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“McLaren both charts an arc of the spiritual life and suggests practices to nurture [it]. . . . McLaren deserves endless thanks for reminding us that estrangement and no do not represent a breakdown of the spiritual life. . . . Naked Spirituality is very astute.”