The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality) First Edition; First Printing

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"McGehee, former dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Houston and director of the Institute for the Advancement of Psychology and Spirituality, and Thomas (coauthor, Speaking from the Heart) see peril for all of us in two unreconciled extremes in religious life―faithless fact and irrational fiction. Their well-argued book posits another direction for the many seekers who find themselves somewhere between atheism and Fundamentalism; guided by the ideas of Jung, they evoke the power of the inner realities of myth. .. effective and moving…" - Library Journal

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"In these troubled times, the call of the soul--the desire to find spiritual fulfillment and meaning--has never been more powerful. Or more important. Yet that call is in danger of being drowned out by a culture obsessed with fame and wealth, and leery of religious charlatans offering salvation to the highest bidder. Filled with insight and sharp wit, The Invisible Church quiets the din and offers a path to a deeper, richer, more transcendent life." (Arianna Huffington)

"The Invisible Church by Pittman McGehee and Damon Thomas is the most provocative understanding of the psychology of religion that I have read since Erich Fromm's The Art of Loving. It speaks to our obvious questions. It awakens our unconscious yearnings." (John Shelby Spong, Author, Jesus for the Non-Religious)

"For the thoughtful modern, The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are, opens a path between mindless literalism on the one hand and arid secularism on the other. McGehee and Thomas reclaim the psychological profundity of religion while simultaneously summoning the reader to grow into spiritual maturity. With wit, humor, and parabolic insight, they wonderfully open the reader to discern the Divine moving through the forms of our daily lives." (James Hollis, Ph.D., Jungian analyst in Houston, Texas)

"Our Mother, the Church, is in desperate need of restoration in our troubled times! I know of no better authority than Rev. Pittman McGehee to address this formidable task." (Robert A. Johnson D. Hum, Author of numerous bestsellers including She, He, We and Inner Work)

"Feisty, pungent, learned, and always thought provoking, J. Pittman McGehee points us to spiritual experiences without walls. Essential reading for anyone interested in direct, lived experience of the sacred." (Dr. Jerry M. Ruhl, Jungian psychologist and co-author of Living Your Unlived Life and Balancing Heaven and Earth)

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