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Readers of this book will benefit from insights and findings culled from the body of work that constitutes the growing field of formative spirituality. The Spirit, having granted us undeservedly the knowledge provided by formation science, anthropology, and theology, may use these pages to initiate changes in our lives that will shed more light on the entire process of human and Christian maturation. The work begun here will continue to be enriched and expanded at the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality. What we teach is tested in reality by our faculty members, students, and graduates, working in many different centers of research, teaching, and practice.
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Father Adrian van Kaam, C.S.Sp., Ph.D. is the initiator of formation anthropology and its auxiliary formation science, as well as of the art and discipline of formation theology, fields he inaugurated in Holland in the 1940's. He earned a doctorate in psychology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He is also co-founder with Dr. Susan Muto, of the Epiphany Association, where he continues to write and develop resources in these fields to assist clergy, religious, and laity interested in deepening the life of the spirit.
Susan Muto, Ph.D., who received her doctorate in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh, is executive director and co-founder of the Epiphany Association. Professor Muto, an expert in the comprehensive field of formative spirituality with a special emphasis on scripture and the Christian classics, teaches her original courses, conferences, seminars, and workshops for laity, clergy, and religious at the Epiphany Academy and at seminaries, colleges, and institutes of higher learning in the United States and abroad.
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Book Description Epiphany Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111880982277
Book Description Epiphany Books, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1880982277