|Statement||ed. by Jose M. Vigil ... Foreword: Pedro Casada liga|
|Series||Interreligious studies -- vol. 1, Interreligious studies -- vol. 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 S. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
|ISBN 10||382581520X, 3037358920|
|ISBN 10||9783825815202, 9783037358924|
This book is available only as a Spanish-English bilingual digital edition. Download it here: 1'7 Mb. For printing, contact us, please. «Along the Many Paths of God- IV. Intercontinental Liberation Theology of Religious Pluralisml», edited by José María VIGIL, Luiza TOMITA andMarcelo BARROS. Book Review: Along the Many Paths of God, edited by José M. Vigil, Luiza Tomita, and Marcello Barros (Berlin: LIT Publ., ) Studies in World Christian no. 3 (): “Many Paths, a Few Steps” will start meeting at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church in Burien on Thursday, Ap – pm. It will then meet every Thurs evenings thereafter. Materials for the study will be the Alcoholics Anonymous book and “The Little Book” (see previous post about books used at Many Paths meetings). God’s paths are also paths of pleasantness and peace (Prov. ). They are paths that provide security (Prov. ). Most of all, they are paths of life and immortality (Prov. ). In short, all the good things that our hearts desire are provided for us as we walk the paths of God.
Yes there are, and please don’t let a practitioner of any one religion tell you there isn’t. If there is a god, then he/she/it is like the sun - it lights up many different church, temple, and mosque windows, but it’s the same sun for all of them. Chapter “One God,” Many Paths. by Tamara Hartzell. Index. This insightful book is a comprehensive, in-depth look at the purpose-driven movement. You can order it from In The Name of Purpose. Home “The Religions are the Tributaries of One Great River”. Along the Many Paths of God Book Summary: Latin American theology is associated with liberation, basic Christian communities, primacy of praxis and option for the poor. The present volume shows that Latin American theologians added new themes to the previous ones: religious pluralism, inter-religious dialogue and macro-ecumenism. But in all his leading, along his many paths that he brings us, “He leads me in paths of righteousness, for his name sake.” He leads towards things that make us more like him. Sometimes this means learning to rest in green pastures. At other times this means the comfort of walking with him beside still waters.
In other words, all spiritual paths lead up the same mountain because all religions basically teach the brotherhood and the sisterhood of men and women and the universal fatherhood of God. Different people, different paths to "God" Sponsored link. Therefore, if one believes in the idea of God and in salvation, there should be different ways of reaching a level of salvation, enlightenment, whatever you believe in. I find it rather difficult to comprehend the common belief that one religion, one path is the way to salvation. Are there many paths to God? Those who believe in and study the Holy Bible run across many scriptures that seem to clearly say no. In Matthew Matthew  Enter you in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leads to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:  Because strait is the gate. Paths to God book. Read 51 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Paths to God: Living the Bhagavad Gita” as Want to Read: His spirit has been a guiding light for four generations, carrying millions along on the journey, helping free them from their bonds as he has worked his way through his own/5.