Against an Infinite Horizon The Finger of God in Our Everyday Lives
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Description: Rolheiser points readers to the proximity of God in the seeming insignificance of life. He sheds new light on issues such as marriage and family life and the presence of God, loneliness and sexuality, language and prayer, and most of all, the all-encompassing, unconditional love of God.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company, The
Publication date: 1/25/2002
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|Seeing the Creature against the Horizon of the Creator: The Bigger Picture|
|Visible, Perceptible, Effective Proximities of God: Being Blessed into Life|
|The Torment of the Insufficiency of Everything Attainable: Loneliness, Longing, and Sexuality|
|Receive, Give Thanks, Break, Share: The Eucharist as the Sustenance of Daily Life|
|A Good Fireplace, a Warm House, Moral Companionship, and Sacramental Sex: The Sacrament of Marriage|
|From Womb to Womb, Mother to Mother: Mortality, Death, Resurrection|
|Walking Justly and Not Just Piously: The Call to Social Justice|
|Walking Honestly and Finding Our Souls among the Little Ones: The Call to Humility|
|Structure and Soul, Anger and Grief, Men and Women: The River of Gender|
|A Love beyond Our Understanding: The Wild, Unconditional Love of God|
|Poets, Imagination, the Mother Tongue, and Religious Language: Paschal Imagination|
|Praying in Life and Letting Life Pray through Us: A Vespers for the World|