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I'd recommend this book to anyone that is still struggling with their spiritual calling.
The historical view of the origin of each stream is very interesting and written in a way that makes Richard Foster's prose very exciting.
Good for some one who wants to understand the works and successes of various 'branches' of protestant doctrines.
This book was cheap and used, but it was in great condition with almost no wear. It is excellent for study!Published 13 months ago by shannon morris
It is amazing to me that people find Richard Foster so controversial. This book touches well on the various "streams" that encompass the Christian faith.Published 13 months ago by Richard
Richard Foster displays humility and wisdom to honour his own journey, AS WELL AS others who are markedly different from him. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chris Helm
This was a required book for one of my college courses. Somehow, required reading always makes the text less enjoyable, but this book has some great content. It's a good read.Published 14 months ago by bama_belle
This book is worth reading; it explores the six Christian traditions, sharing the stories of how these streams came into being, including the histories of the founders and also... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Eunice Oyungu
An exelent presentation of the different "streams" of Christian spirituality in a sensitive, intigrative and well ilistrated aproach. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dr. Ronald Lee Firestone
This is a good book for someone wanting to learn the traditions in a different manner!! It is very United Methodist focused, but can work to some extent for any denomination.Published 17 months ago by Rachael