Echo of the Soul: The Sacredness of the Human Body by J. Philip Newell

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Echo of the Soul: The Sacredness of the Human Body

'“His noble intent is to integrate the often divergent realms of the spiritual and the physical, and he does an admirable job. Like Jesus in the parables, he encourages discovering the truth about life, seeking origins, and seeing things in a new way. Echo of the Soul is rather a minor miracle.” —June Sawyers for Booklist   “One of the most praiseworthy aspects of the book is the easy way Newell makes use of material from teachers in the Celtic tradition, the Jewish Kabbalah, and writers such as William Blake, Edwin Muir, Martin Buber, and Abraham Joshua Heschel. . . . This devotional resource is tailor-made for small groups in churches interested in a Christian overview of the sacredness of the body.” —Frederic A. Brussat for Spirituality & Health   “Newell’s book is a true religious meditation—with a literary flavor—that takes up head, heart, legs, feet, and considers their symbolic power in the light of Christian scripture and experience.” —Library Journal   “Any Christian who has been attracted to the Eastern Chakra system will be thankful to find a Gospel-friendly version of the same basic truths.” —Publishers Weekly'
'“His noble intent is to integrate the often divergent realms of the spiritual and the physical, and he does an admirable job. Like Jesus in the parables, he encourages discovering the truth about life, seeking origins, and seeing things in a new way. Echo of the Soul is rather a minor miracle.” —June Sawyers for Booklist   “One of the most praiseworthy aspects of the book is the easy way Newell makes use of material from teachers in the Celtic tradition, the Jewish Kabbalah, and writers such as William Blake, Edwin Muir, Martin Buber, and Abraham Joshua Heschel. . . . This devotional resource is tailor-made for small groups in churches interested in a Christian overview of the sacredness of the body.” —Frederic A. Brussat for Spirituality & Health   “Newell’s book is a true religious meditation—with a literary flavor—that takes up head, heart, legs, feet, and considers their symbolic power in the light of Christian scripture and experience.” —Library Journal   “Any Christian who has been attracted to the Eastern Chakra system will be thankful to find a Gospel-friendly version of the same basic truths.” —Publishers Weekly'
Publisher: Morehouse Publishing ISBN: 9780819225474 Pages: 168