This book presents a skillful conceptualization of the relationship between human development and spiritual maturity.
Though Fowler's descriptions of the stages were well done and thorough enough, I would have greatly appreciated more vignettes and examples of the various stages.
Fowler's stages have indeed become widely acknowledged within faith communities, and this book remains of lasting value to all persons studying religion.
This review is a bit involved for what I was needing. The final chapters were most useful for my research.Published 1 month ago by Keith B Huckaby
This book has helped me to profoundly re-examine my own faith and to further ground the Christianity that has been a life source for me in basic human experience. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Maurice L. Monette
This is one of the most authoritative, innovative, and creative books that I have read on the psychological, moral, and faith stages of human development.Published 11 months ago by Lawrence E. Schneider
I am reading this to help me with my theory for pastoral care. It is a good reading for anyone!Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book, written by an obviously well-qualified author, discusses not only the growth of faith in one's spiritual matters, but one's growth in areas other than religion. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Don Burger
Dr. James W. Fowler III (born 1940) is a Methodist minister, and was Professor of Theology at Emory University until he retired in 2005. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Steven H. Propp
I bought the book @ another persons recommendation. It's okay...not the best or worst thing I ever read. That's it!Published 16 months ago by Pamela Mack
Thsi si a great book that I would reccommend to everyone interested in human development. I love this type of book and it is a great value and a good buy.Published 18 months ago by Catherine R Kapke
I read this book upon the advice of a friend. This is perhaps the best information I have read regarding faith, religion, and belief.Published 18 months ago by Jane Wedemeyer