Shared Search Doing Theology in Conversation With Ones Friends by M. Wiles

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Published by Trinity Press International .

Written in English

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  • Christian theology,
  • Friendship,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Religion

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Number of Pages288
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Open LibraryOL10560782M
ISBN 100334025591
ISBN 109780334025597

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This struck my particularly yesterday, as I read the email exchange between Fr. James Martin, SJ (of America. one Take it easy. Start slow. Conversion is a whole life change (and that holds true for lifelong Catholics, too. Each person’s whole life is a process of conversion of the heart to fully live and embrace the Gospel in every corner of our lives.

Religious people focus on what they are doing for God and how they can force God into every conversation and relationship. Relational people, on the other hand, focus on what God has done for them, and know that God is already in every conversation and relationship (even if He is not mentioned), so they can just love and enjoy the person.

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