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eBook Subversive Spirituality ePub

by Eugene Peterson

  • ISBN: 1573830712
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Eugene Peterson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Regent College Publishing; STIFF WRAPS edition (January 1, 1997)
  • ePub book: 1248 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1426 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Subversive Spirituality is a gathering together of articles written by Eugene Peterson over the past twenty-five years.

Subversive Spirituality is a gathering together of articles written by Eugene Peterson over the past twenty-five years. Made up of occasional pieces.

Eugene Hoiland Peterson (November 6, 1932 – October 22, 2018) was an American Presbyterian minister, scholar, theologian, author, and poet. He wrote over 30 books, including the Gold Medallion Book Award–winner The Message: The Bible in Contemporary.

Subversive Spirituality book. Subversive Spirituality is a gathering together of articles written by Eugene Peterson over the past twenty-five years. Made up of occasional pieces, short biblical studies, poetry, pastoral readings and interviews, this book reflects on the overlooked facets of the spiritual life. Peterson captures the epiphanies of life with the pleasing pastoral style and inspiring dept Subversive Spirituality is a gathering together of articles written by Eugene Peterson over the past twenty-five years.

Subversive Spirituality. by Eugene H. Peterson. Peterson captures the epiphanies of life with the pleasing pastoral style and inspiring depth of insight for which he is well known.

Title: Subversive Spirituality By: Eugene H. Peterson Format: Paperback Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Publication Date: 1997. Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 1/2 (inches) Weight: 14 ounces ISBN: 0802842976 ISBN-13: 9780802842978 Stock No: WW42976. Peterson captures the epiphanies of life with the pleasing pastoral style and inspiring depth of insight for which he is well known

Subversive Spirituality is the title of a book he released in 1994 while he was writing The Message. Eugene Peterson’s Message was published by NavPress-the publishing arm of the longstanding Navigators organization.

Subversive Spirituality is the title of a book he released in 1994 while he was writing The Message. And if anyone doubts Peterson being a bit subversive, one need only look at his enthusiastic endorsements of three books with serious New Age Paul Young’s The Shack, Rob Bell’s universalistic Love Wins, and Sue Monk Kidd’s When the Heart Waits. This Christian outreach was founded by the late evangelist Dawson Trotman (1906-1956).

Eugene Peterson @ Calvin College - January 24, 2006, Peterson reads the introduction and first chapter of Eat This Book: A Conversation in the Art of Spiritual Reading. U2 Connections: Eugene Peterson by Angela Pancella, @U2. The Psalms in America - an interview with Eugene Peterson, with samples of his interpretations of the psalms. Bono & Eugene Peterson The Psalms - an interview with Bono and Peterson about the role of the Psalms in their lives, music, etc. v.

Subversive Spirituality (W. Eugene Peterson Books and Audio Bono & Eugene Peterson The Psalms - an interview with Bono and Peterson about the role of the Psalms in their lives, music, etc.

Subversive Spirituality (Wm. Eerdmans Publish Publishing Group, 1994, reprinted in 1997 and 2006). Take and Read: Spiritual Reading, An Annotated List (Eerdmans-Regent College Publishing, 1996). Eugene Peterson Books and Audio. Interview with Eugene Peterson by Krista Tippett, On Being podcast with transcript, August 2018. Spirituality For All The Wrong Reasons by Mark Galli, Christianity Today, 2005.

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Tujar Tujar
This book is a compliation of numerous writings that have been published previously in Peterson's career. The collection is diverse, and it includes articles, poems, interviews, etc. Peterson has a masterful way with words and does a splendid job of reminding Christians of the "edge" that has always been implicit in following Christ. As he states, it is all too easy to forget the radical nature of discipleship. Continuity is a struggle given the nature of the organization, but the individual components are rewarding. I suspect that, like myself, a given reader will gravitate to certain parts of this book over others (for example, I ate up the articles and prose, and was only drawn to the poems and interviews). That being said, there is certainly something here for everyone. Recommended.
Dikus Dikus
This is a collection of some of Peterson's articles and essays, some previously published. It's a great collection, including some poetry he wrote in reflection on the Beatitudes. Most meaningful to me: the several interviews at the end of the book. Readers here get a personal look at Peterson's pastoral experience, and it was an incredibly encouraging, refreshing read for me. Excellent stuff for anyone, particularly pastors. Even if you've read his other works, get this if for the interviews alone!
Iaran Iaran
I like the way Pastor Peterson describes faith. I'm impressed by the focus he has on all the small and common things/people in life. It's impressive to learn how he sees the work of the Almighty God in ALL creations --- especially the little-known, not renowned . He keeps stressing that "he's only a local pastor of a small congregation", "not a man with big vision", and he's truthful saying so, but look at the impact he's made on the christian community worldwide! Thank God for you Pastor Peterson.
Kanal Kanal
Great Read
Bukelv Bukelv
This book has a range of Peterson articles and interviews that provide helpful insight into his thinking about God and God's Word. It was very encouraging to me and I was fascinated by the background of his years of work to complete The Message. It also left me thinking about a question he asked: is prayer what I do or who I am?
Blackseeker Blackseeker
I definitely needed to get back to square one in every area of my life! I then can become once again more of a blessing to those lives that God puts in my path
Karon Karon
This is a book very approachable. Lots of incites on new approaches to understanding the christian perspective. Actually was an enjoyable read.
This collection of articles and addresses by Eugene Peterson combine to form the philosophical and practical backbone for an evangelical movement of Christian spiritual formation.