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Jacob Needleman

In this new book, Jacob Needleman - whose voice and ideas have done so much to open the West to esoteric and Eastern religious ideas in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries - intimately considers humanity's most vital question: What is God?

With rich, vivid examples from his experiences in the classroom and other walks of life, Needleman draws us closer to the meaning and nature of this question - and shows how our present confusion about the purpose of religion and the concept of God reflects a widespread psychological starvation for a specific quality of thought and experience. In varied detail, the book describes this inner experience and how almost all of us - atheists and believers alike - actually have been visited by it but without understanding what it means and why its intentional cultivation is necessary for the fullness of our existence.

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  • Published : 31/03/2011
  • ISBN : 9781585428472
  • Format : Paperback
  • Imprint : Tarcher
  • Size (mm): 127 x 181
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 304
  • Edition :
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