Item description for Across the Threshold, into the Questions: Discovering Jesus, Finding Self by Caren Goldman, Ted Voorhees & Amy-Jill Levine...
Overview This resource offers new encounters with Jesus and his parables and teachings from the Gospel stories in Mark, Matthew, and Luke. This volume will continue to build the strong foundation needed for another volume that uses Goldman and Dols method to explore the non-canonical Gospel of Thomas.
Publishers Description In a format similar to Finding Jesus, Discovering Self, this volume will look at more Gospel passages and offer reflections on how these words of a first-century Jew can offer meaning, hope, and wholeness to readers today. Formatted in much the same way as the original volume, FJDS: Across the Threshold, into the Questions will include new encounters with Jesus and his parables and teachings from the Gospel stories in Mark, Matthew and Luke. This volume will continue to build the strong foundation needed for another volume that uses Goldman and William Dols' method to explore the non-canonical Gospel of Thomas (Finding Jesus, Discovering Self: Re-visioning Jesus Through The Eyes of Thomas)."
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Studio: Morehouse Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2008
Publisher Morehouse Publishing
ISBN 0819222550 ISBN13 9780819222558
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More About Caren Goldman, Ted Voorhees & Amy-Jill Levine
Caren Goldman, award-winning journalist and spiritual retreat leader, is author of Restoring Life's Missing Pieces: The Spiritual Power of Remembering and Reuniting with People, Places, Things and Self and Healing Words for the Body, Mind and Spirit: 101 Words to Inspire and Affirm, associate editor of Bible Workbench and contributing writer to www.explorefaith.org. Hundreds of her freelance articles on spirituality, health and religion have appeared in national magazines including New Age Journal, Natural Health, Yoga Journal, Intuition and Spirituality and Health. She also works as a conflict resolution consultant to churches, synagogues and not-for-profit organizations.Caren Goldman is available to speak on the following topics: Restoring Life's Missing Pieces: Discovering the Spiritual Power of Reunions with People, Places, Things and SelfHealing Words for the Body, Mind and Spirit: The Amazing Power of Words to Heal and to HarmFinding Jesus, Discovering Self: Living the Questions of a First-Century JewBetween the Lines: Seeing Jesus the Jew with New EyesCall Me Skewish: The Spiritual Joys of a Both/And Marriage
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Caren Goldman currently resides in Jacksonville. Caren Goldman was born in 1947.
Reviews - What do customers think about Across the Threshold, into the Questions: Discovering Jesus, Finding Self?
Profound, thoughtful, moving engagements with scripture Jan 31, 2009
"Across the Threshold" continues the deep engagement with New Testament texts that was exemplified in Caren Goldman's previous book (written with William Dols) "Discovering Jesus, Finding Self." This time Goldman teams up with her husband Ted Voorhees, and Episcopal priest, to offer their reflections on 16 texts chosen from the Gospels (including one from the Gospel of Thomas). For each text, they reflect autobiographically on the issues and challenges that the text raises for them personally, and then include parallel texts drawn from literature that, for them, illuminate those issues.
This is not "Bible Study" in the traditional sense. It is an invitation to live the stories, to make profound connections with your own life and the world around you. The readings are inspirational, but the goal is not inspiration, but transformation. Goldman and Voorhees draw on their experiences of life and death, cancer and healing, divorce and relationships; their self-revelation evokes laughter and tears from the deepest places within, invite serious self-discovery and open new possibility.
across the threshold, into the questions Jan 28, 2009
Inspiring - thought provoking- insightful- collaborative sharing of personal experiences that provoke introspection and a re-examination of values, goals, dreams- and how one's direction in life can abruptly change for a myriad of reasons; the personal stories are especially poignant- and cause one to ask again: why do bad things happen to good people; would love to use this book in group discussion- examining the many facets raised in each chapter- especially addressing the questions posed at the end of each vignette- definitely 5 star and a must read for anyone who is seeking an understanding of self.
Across The Threshold Jan 12, 2009
I felt very close to this book - it was very hard to put down. The more I read the stories, the more personally involved I felt. It had a profound emotional, spiritual and intellectual affect on me and I look forward to reading it again. I have a feeling it will have a different affect on me depending on whatever I may be experiencing at the time I read it. Thank you for this fabulous addition to my library!