Eugene Peterson realizes that within our seminaries, congregations and, most importantly, our lives, spirituality and theology have been estranged. Thus, in this work Peterson works to ground our spirituality in Trinitarian theology and provides an illuminating discussion of how such theology shapes spiritual lives. After sweeping aside the misunderstandings that hinder our discussions of spiritual theology, Peterson clearly describes how spiritual theology can remain sensitive to ordinary life, effectively present the Christian gospel and find its rooting in the "fear of the Lord" The foundational book in a series on spiritual theology, Christ Plays in Ten Thousandd Places serves as an essential resource for those of us who have committed ourselves to incarnating the Christian gospel in a contemporary context. Unabridged. Read by Grover Gardner.
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