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Spiritual Nonbeliever: Religion as Creative Art Form: Reclaiming Spirituality When You Dont Believe The Way You Did Before: Singing a Mystical Song of Life Transcending Death Carl L. Jech

Spiritual Nonbeliever: Religion as Creative Art Form: Reclaiming Spirituality When You Dont Believe The Way You Did Before: Singing a Mystical Song of Life Transcending Death

Carl L. Jech

Published June 27th 2011
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Kindle Edition
242 pages
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Albert Einstein described himself as a deeply religious nonbeliever. Drawing on his insights and those of others such as Paul Tillich, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, Ken Wilber, Bart Ehrman, Karen Armstrong, John Shelby Spong, andMoreAlbert Einstein described himself as a deeply religious nonbeliever. Drawing on his insights and those of others such as Paul Tillich, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, Ken Wilber, Bart Ehrman, Karen Armstrong, John Shelby Spong, and Harvey Cox, Carl Jech presents a strong case for understanding religion as a creative art form.Jech describes spirituality as a wholistic, visionary, creative, and symbolic process which enables us to feel at home in the universe as it really is with all its joys and sorrows. God for him is shorthand for Ultimate Eternal Mystery. He guides the reader beyond the typical categories of theism, agnosticism, and atheism to an authentic spirituality without superstitious or supernatural beliefs.A must read for those who describe themselves as spiritual but not religious, who find the current atheist arguments compelling, but who do not want to lose what is of value in specific religious traditions.