The Critical Journey: Stages in the Life of Faith, Second Edition

· Sheffield Publishing
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The Critical Journey, at its core, is a description of the spiritual journey: our response to our faith in God with the resulting changes that follow.

In this book, authors Janet O. Hagberg and Robert A. Guelich address the following issues:

the struggle to find meaning and wholeness the crisis of values and identity at mid-life the quest for self-actualization the healing of early religious experiences questions about the spiritual journey

Their goal is to help us understand where we are on our individual faith journeys and also appreciate where others are in theirs.

The Critical Journey does not reveal exactly how or when we need to move along in our personal pilgrimages, nor does it offer formulas for spiritual growth. Rather, it describes six phases of the spiritual journey and illustrates how people act and think while in these stages.

This is an excellent guide for those who are wrestling with their faith and wondering how others have resolved their "dark nights of the soul." Here is an answer for those who have wondered why everyone doesn't respond in the same manner to the message of the Gospel.

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The Critical Journey focuses more on the tough aspects of the faith journey during mid-life than a number of other models of faith development. The questions at the end of each chapter are very ...

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