This work of philosophical and theological reflection examines the challenges facing religious belief in the modern world. The author offers a critique of traditional religious institutions and practices, arguing that they are ill-equipped to meet the spiritual needs of contemporary people. Rather than rejecting religion altogether, however, he proposes a new form of spirituality that draws on the insights of psychology, philosophy, and other disciplines.
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