Item description for Rufus Jones: Essential Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters Series) by Kerry Walters, Rufus Matthew Jones & Robert Ellsberg...
Overview A Quaker mystic and social activist, Rufus Jones won a Nobel Prize as co-founder of the American Friends Service Committee. Widely considered one of the most significant religious voices in America at the time of his death in 1948, his writings impart an Emersonian vision of the ever-present reality of God in our souls and in our world. Indeed, his quintessentially American "affirmative mysticism" infuses all contemporary spirituality and offers an uplifting, positive, and powerful message today.
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Booklist - 01/01/2002 page 780
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Studio: Orbis Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jan 10, 2002
Publisher Orbis Books
Series Modern Spiritual Masters
ISBN 1570753806 ISBN13 9781570753800
Availability 0 units.
More About Kerry Walters, Rufus Matthew Jones & Robert Ellsberg
Kerry Walters is a professor of philosophy and peace and justice studies at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. He is a prolific author whose recent books include "Giving Up god to Find God: Breaking Free of Idolatry," "John Paul II: A Short Biography," "and John XXIII: A Short Biography"
Kerry Walters currently resides in Gettysburg, in the state of Pennsylvania. Kerry Walters has an academic affiliation as follows - Gettysburg College.
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the significance of the dailty life Nov 9, 2006
This is truly a great book, which has appeal across denominational divides, the most important lessons Jones imparts to us is that God speaks to us in the mundane and routine mysticism of our everyday lives.