Written in an engaging, wide-ranging, and at times provocative style, this book describes a novel approach for building a workable and emotionally rewarding faith in the 21st century. It also concisely addresses what the author perceives to be helpful and unhelpful aspects of various religions and philosophies. It details ways in which certain aspects of culture interfere with spirituality in general. At once critical of society and protective of the soul, it is a reliable, enjoyable resource for living spiritually in an increasingly complex world.
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About the Author
A native of Massachusetts, Carol Mays was one of the first female United Methodist ministers in the state of Virginia. She left the church because of increasing conflicts between her heart and mind. She then spent thirty-five years exploring many religions and philosophies before finding satisfying answers. She offers this book as a summary of sixty years of research, experience, and analysis. She is the author of several books and a poet and nature-lover.