Daring to Listen
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Listening is a valuable – and often neglected – tool for spiritual learning.
Talking God invites you to reflect on the personal beliefs many of us hold towards God through listening in on a series of eleven inspiring interviews with people of Christian or ‘Jesus-connected’ faith. Each of these dedicated spiritual pilgrims give responses to fourteen searching questions about God, Jesus Christ, and Christianity, which offer a wide range of perspectives on issues of faith and spiritual truth.
Finding ‘unity in diversity’ can be difficult. It is only by earnestly trying to hear each other that we can learn to celebrate our differences, while also looking for threads – in the worship of God’s love – that bind us together.
Reviews for Talking God
'In an age of increasing soundbites these stories open up a kaleidoscopic diversity of lives of faith.' (Ruth Harvey, Leader of The Iona Community)
'Jacci Bulman’s Talking God beautifully illustrates honest “God talk,” which must occur if any of our faith traditions are to re-vision themselves and survive.' (Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz, author of The Hidden Gospel and Prayers of the Cosmos)
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