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Inter-Varsity Press The Deeper Journey: The Spirituality of Discovering Your True Self

As you journey deeper in the Christian pilgrimage, you come to realize that the Christian life is more than merely replicating particular spiritual disciplines or practices. You begin to understand that at the core of Christian faith is the transformation of your very identity.

M. Robert Mulholland Jr. exposes the false selves that you may be tempted to hide behind and helps you to instead discover the true self that comes from being hidden with Christ in God. If the goal of the Christian journey is Christlikeness, then you must reckon with the unhealthy ways that you root your sense of being in things other than God. Along the way, you will discover a growing sense of intimacy and abandonment to God. Not only will you encounter the joy of discovering your own self, you will also find a greater love for others and compassion for the world.

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Date:May 5, 2010
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Marsha Escandon
From Shaped by the Word through to The Deeper Journey, Robert Mulholland's books should be eagerly read by all Christians who want to GROW. This is deep stuff presented in a way that is accessible to the average Christian in the pew. Being able to determine when we are operating out of our false selves and when we are truly "hidden in Christ" is the premise. The author even discusses the concept of "religious false selves," an idea that each Christian should examine carefully. Are we truly being in Christ or hiding behind a false sense of "religion?" This is a wonderous book for a wonderous journey!
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