"The Spirituality of the Cross: The Way of the First Evangelicals" by Gene Edward Veith, Jr.

Tuesday, 12 Jun 2007

In the New Testament, the word "spiritual" almost always refers to the kind of life that Christians possess because the Holy Spirit indwells and influences them. "Christian spirituality," then, is life lived by, in, and through God's Spirit. Today, "spirituality" is a particular way of approaching and experiencing life-what results when a particular set of beliefs and principles and emphases contact life's nitty-gritty. In this sense of "spirituality," there are Zen Buddhist as well as Shinto "spiritualities"; and different Christian traditions-Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Calvinist, ...

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