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Robert Aitken:  Encouraging Words

Robert Aitken:  The Mind of Clover

Robert Aitken:  The Practice of Perfection

Robert Aitken & David Steindl-Rast:  The Ground We Share — Everyday Practice, Buddhist and Christian

Marcus Borg:  Evolution of the Word

Marcus Borg:  Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time : The Historical Jesus and the Heart of Contemporary Faith

Marcus Borg:  The Heart of Christianity : Rediscovering a Life of Faith

Marcus Borg:  Reading the Bible Again For the First Time : Taking the Bible Seriously But Not Literally

Cynthia Bourgeault: The Wisdom Jesus

John Dominic Crossan:  The Greatest Prayer

John Dominic Crossan:  The Power of Parable:  How Fiction by Jesus Became Fiction about Jesus

Lama Surya Das:  The Snow Lion’s Turquoise Mane

Barry Lopez:  Crossing Open Ground

Jim Marion:  Putting On the Mind of Christ :  The Inner Work of Christian Spirituality

Stephen MitchellThe Gospel According to Jesus

Richard Rohr:  Falling Upward :  A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life

Richard Rohr:  Silent Compassion : Finding God in Contemplation

Richard Rohr:  The Naked Now : Learning to See as the Mystics See

Richard Rohr:  Yes, and… : Daily Meditations

Richard Rohr:  Silent Compassion : Finding God in Contemplation

John Shelby Spong:  The Fourth Gospel :  Tales of a Jewish Mystic

John Tarrant:  The Light Inside The Dark

John Tarrant:  Bring Me The Rhinoceros

Hal Taussig:  A New New Testament

Alan Watts: The Book : On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are

Ken Wilber:  Integral Spirituality

Ken Wilber, Terry Patten, Adam Leonard & Marco Morelli:  Integral Life Practice

Roger Wolsey:  Kissing Fish :  Christianity for People Who Don’t Like Christianity


 … to be continued . . .



~Bob Edwards



“Where there is hatred,
Let me sow Love."


St. Francis of Assissi




Tell all the Truth but tell it slant —

Success in Circuit lies

Too bright for our infirm Delight

The Truth's superb surprise

As Lightning to the Children eased

With explanation kind

The Truth must dazzle gradually

Or every man be blind —

(emily dickenson)