Confucius sometimes called the Aristotle of China, reformed Chinese society with his wisdom. This second volume of Confucian spirituality explores how that tradition developed and is relevant today—for instance to questions of ecology and sustainable living.
For centuries, millions have looked to Confucius for wisdom on ethics and politics. This scholarly volume offers the deeper spiritual insights of that tradition to the ordinary reader in accessible terms. Volume I covers the history and rituals of Confucianism.
Essays in this volume discuss the early history of the church, gnostic spirituality, monasticism, the great fathers, soteriology, the Trinity, anthropology, grace, Christian art, the sacraments, prayer, and spiritual guidance.
This volume of the World Spirituality series—a broad-ranging, illustrated, and scholarly treatment of core topics in Christian spirituality—focuses on the development of Christianity in the period after the Reformation.
A technological discovery that led to LASIK surgery brought Mani Bhaumik great fame and fortune but he yearned for spiritual fulfillment. This memoir weaves science and spirituality together to illuminate their common thread—a unified field of consciousness that underlies all of creation.
The great spirit whose love embraced and uplifted the poor, sick, and orphaned shines from the pages of this accessible and comprehensive biography by Christian Feldman. The inspiring account includes eyewitness reports, photographs, and Mother Teresa’s own timeless words.
Part of the World Spirituality series, this is a wide-ranging, illustrated, scholarly treatment of core topics in Jewish spirituality from the earliest text references in Biblical times, through Second Temple Judaism and the Middle Ages.