Modern Believing

Worldly Spirituality

Modern Believing (2015), 56, (3), 297–312.

Abstract

This article concerns a Christian spirituality which involves a cycle of prayerful reflection and engaged action within the world of God’s creation. It commends the concept of Theocentrism, a paradigmatic shift in how we see our place within God’s world, a via media between the blatant anthropocentrism of contemporary mainstream culture and the idealism of eco-centrism. It offers the paradoxical knowledge of God’s hope even when all around appears hopeless, and parables that inspire and inform our imagination.

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Bookless, Dave