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The Soul's Religion: Cultivating a Profoundly Spiritual Way of Life

By Thomas Moore (Author)
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Now in print for the first time in almost 40 years, The New Lifetime Reading Plan provides readers with brief, informative and entertaining introductions to more than 130 classics of world literature. From Homer to Hawthorne, Plato to Pascal, and Shakespeare to Solzhenitsyn, the great writers of Western civilization can be found in its pages. In addition, this new edition offers a much broader representation of women authors, such as Charlotte Bront%, Emily Dickinson and Edith Wharton, as well as non-Western writers such as Confucius, Sun-Tzu, Chinua Achebe, Mishima Yukio and many others.

This fourth edition also features a simpler format that arranges the works chronologically in five sections (The Ancient World; 300-1600; 1600-1800; and The 20th Century), making them easier to look up than ever before. It deserves a place in the libraries of all lovers of literature.

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In print for almost 40 years, The Lifetime Reading Plan has long been a worthy addition to any serious reader's bookshelf, providing entertaining and informative introductions to the great works of Western civilization. Now, this "classic about classics" has been updated to reflect more diverse traditions. The New Lifetime Reading Plan recommends great literature from around the globe, including writers and works from Confucius to Chinua Achebe, Gabriel Garca Mrquez to the Koran. Also new is an appendix profiling books by 100 important 20th-century authors--or "temporary classics," as coauthor John S. Major calls them.

Readers may argue with some of the selections (or, more likely, the omissions). Others may quarrel with the editors' opinions; they routinely analyze artists' "characters,"with occasionally prissy or patronizing results. (Of Walt Whitman, for instance, coauthor Clifton Fadiman declares that "He had an original temperament, a certain peasant shrewdness, but only a moderate amount of brains.") But no one can argue with the book's mission: promoting the classics as "life companions." "Once part of you, they work in and on and with you until you die," Fadiman writes in the introduction. Anyone seeking a guide to the vast riches of world literature need look no further than the The New Lifetime Reading Plan; it provides a gateway to the greatest achievements of the human mind.

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Item Specifications...

Format: Abridged,   Audiobook
Studio: HarperAudio
Pages   378
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.22" Width: 4.38" Height: 1.32"
Weight:   0.32 lbs.
Binding  Audio Cassette
Release Date   Apr 30, 2002
Publisher   HarperAudio
ISBN  0694524255  
ISBN13  9780694524259  
UPC  099455024006  

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Thomas Moore, Ph.D., wrote the phenomenal #1 bestsellers Care of the Soul and SoulMates as well as many other successful books. Moore was a Catholic monk for twelve years and later became a psychotherapist, earning degrees in theology, musicology, and religion. Moore now lectures extensively throughout North America.

Thomas Moore currently resides in the state of New Hampshire. Thomas Moore was born in 1940.

Thomas Moore has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Kushner

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Wonderful Book  Jul 2, 2007
I am an ordained minister and a chaplain. This is my new favorite book. As Thomas Moore writes, each of us can only be the self we already truly are. I especially appreciate the personal experiences the author includes. His openness models the deep self-acceptance he advocates for all of us. There is an honest acceptance of the realities and sometimes pain that Life holds, and healthier approach to those dark periods from which we can learn and deepen. Thomas Moore's writing style is gentle and deeply genuine. I have enjoyed other books he has written, but this is, I believe, his Great Work.
Great Book  Nov 7, 2006
I have read several of Thomas Moore's book and this is probably one of my favorites.
A useful Emersonian meditation  Oct 6, 2005
This companion volume to CARE OF THE SOUL presents the same intelligent blend of Jungian psychology and neo-Christian spirituality. But, whereas Care of the Soul stressed the psychological and psychotherapeutical aspect, this one concentrates on the spirituality side.

By neo-Christian (a Gallicism) I mean liberal, post-modern Christianity, NOT a New Age-style gallimaufry. If you have read Emerson or have ever heard an Unitarian-Universalist sermon, you'll know just what that implies. There is very little about Moore's ideas that is either supernatural or "magical". Mystery is within. The infinite or transcendental is essentially symbolic (nevertheless true, as one would expect of true symbols.)

Like Emerson, Moore is an interesting, provocative, elegant writer; and, like the sage of Concord, not always a notably clear one ! The more traditionally-minded mainline Christian need not necessarily agree with everything Moore says. But his epigrammatic style is full of thought-provoking statements for meditation. This is a useful book, as someone said.

One of the best books I have ever read.  Nov 28, 2002
I have been on a long and winding spiritual journey for twelve years. Part of those twelve years I attempted to become a minister in an enormous "red tape" denomination. I finally decided to turn the church loose and find out who God truly is.

Since that time I have been trying to define myself (spiritually). This book has truly been a key to that definition. The key authors that have guided me have been Thomas Merton, Oriah Mountain Dreamer, Thomas Moore, Thomas Keating, and Harold Kushner. Each of the authors have played a major role in my spiritual development.

I recommend the book, "The Soul's Religion: Cultivating a Profoundly Spiritual Way of Life" by Thomas Moore, to anyone truly wanting to discover ways to the "core of life"!

'Wisdom is Radiant and Unfading'  Oct 25, 2002
This is a most luminous, magical, lyrical and compassionate book. There is much wisdom contained in 'Soul's Religion' & its more detailed than 'Care of the Soul'. Moore addreses life's crucial questions and meditates upon them with profound, ritualistic rhythm. He is able to translate, so eloquently and poetically, his finely-tuned sensibility with an understanding of decades of theological scholarship. Moore honours history and integrates it into his work with dazzling finesse. Moore reminds us of the artful philosophies of the Renaissance. Encourages us to revel and rejoice in the mystery of the Church. In divine, holy ignorance.
Solomon 6:'Wisdom is radiant and unfading, and she is easily discerned by those who love her, and is found by those who seek her. She hastens to make herself known to those who desire her. He who rises early to seek her will have no difficulty, for he will find her sitting at his gates'

I have found her in this book.


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