By Corinne Ware
From city T. Holmes's religious typology and her personal event as a non secular director and pastoral counselor, Ware offers a framework for individuals to call and comprehend their religious experience-in a lot an analogous approach the Myers-Briggs typology presents a framework for realizing character varieties. Readers discover 4 non secular types--head, middle, mystic, and Kingdom--and routines enable participants and teams to evaluate their style. additional info for clergy to take advantage of this instrument with congregations is integrated, as a way to aid them achieve larger knowing of the way individuals know about, worship, and rejoice God--and why there's rigidity approximately such concerns because the shape or content material of the worship carrier.
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I encourage you to work with these ideas. They will foster growth through the individuation of your personal spirituality and enrich you as you integrate into your life the experience of others. Using this typology, we each come to know more truly our own gifts and to see their value to corporate spiritual life.
How would one know they were "other than" if there were no comparison available and no resistance for defining boundaries? It is out of Roman-period Judaism that Jesus defines himself, and it is within that framework that his choices are made. One of his choices is the decision to live by Spirit. According to the gospels, it was made at least as early as age twelve: "Why were you searching for me? " (Luke 2:49). Scholars give a great deal of attention to what Jesus said or did, but they seldom discuss what he was in an interior sense.
20 If they leave organized religion, and frequently they do, they may be attracted to Eastern religions because of the apophatic approach (a former emphasis of Christianity and Judaism that has largely been discarded in Western technological culture). Their agenda is renewal of inner life. Theologically people on the apophatic side tend to see God as < previous page page_41 next page > < previous page page_42 next page > Page 42 Creative Force and may be attracted to a creationtype theology. 21 Those of a slightly different bent may enjoy reading the work of Alfred North Whitehead, although the appeal of his work is certainly not limited to just one quadrant.