Carl’s First Book — An Inclusive Approach to Cultivating a Relationship With God

“I’m spiritual, but not religious.”

“It’s easier for me to find God in nature than in a church.”

“I can’t limit myself to just one faith tradition: I see God in all of them.”

If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people than ever search for spiritual meaning outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s first book (originally published in 1997, this 2008 edition features a new introduction by the author) answers the question, “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious traditions, but also popular culture. Here the emphasis is on celebrating the many ways spirituality makes a powerful and positive difference in our lives.

Praise for Spirituality:

“Carl McColman writes from within a clear religious tradition, but in a way which is open and accessible to people who are struggling with what they can believe. His book will be of great help to many people.”
Kenneth Leech, author of Soul Friend

“A most gentle book filled with nuggets of spiritual wisdom.”
Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D., author of Love is Letting Go of Fear

“Carl McColman shows us that spirituality is a way of life in which we encounter and respond to the Sacred through all aspects of our lives.”
Sr. Mary S. Reuter, OSB, author of Running with Expanding Heart: Meeting God in Everyday Life

“A practical book for deep interior exploration.”
Angeles Arrien, author of The Nine Muses


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