Robert A. Johnson

HarperOne, 1995

The renowned Jungian analyst and author of many books on the Jungian perspective, Johnson examines the two fairy tales, 'The Fisher King" and "The Handless Maiden," in view of their meaning for the wounded masculine and feminine feeling function, particularly in European and North American cultures.

Mary C. Earle

Morehouse Publishing, 2003

 

Author, Episcopal priest, and spiritual director, Earle writes from her own experience of living with chronic illness and finding the practice of lectio divina, the ancient church discipline of closely reading and praying with Scripture, to be helpful to those like herself needing support and comfort through the difficulties of sickness and physical pain.

 

  Marcia W. Mount Shoop

Westminster John Knox, 2012

With a focus on our physical embodiment, Presbyterian minister Shoop begins by considering women's experiences of the body--specifially rape, pregnancy, and motherhood--then asks us to bring our attention in worship to the presence of God in our bodies and come to experience oneness in the body of Christ.

Eleonore Stump

Oxford University Press, 2011

Stump takes up the subject of suffering in this impressive work, which she feels is a more apropos word than evil.  It is the suffering that is the result of evil that is painful for humans.

Richard Rohr

St. Anthony Messenger, 2011

The subject of Rohr's newest book, the second this year, is based on his view that the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous is the most significant and authentic contribution of America to the history of spirituality.

Mary C. Earle

Morehouse Publishing, 2004

Episcopal priest and spirituality author, Earle offers the simplicity of the Benedictine rule as a way to cope with chronic illness in oneself or as caregiver in this often-recommended book. Her words are grounded in her own experience with chronic illness. 

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Richard Rohr

Joseph Martos

St. Anthony Messenger, 2005

This is a collection of Richard Rohr's writings on the spiritual development of men, organized into various themes: the social roles, the spiritual archetypes and teachers, and the stages of a man's life. It's an excellent resource for the journey by the most respected author and teacher of Christian male spirituality.

 

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Sixth Edition

Paul J. Kaufmann

Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2010

English and debate professor Kaufmann has written a unique book which is devoted to the ways we listen in our lives: in communities, between cultures, within relationships, and to ourselves.  He covers all aspects of listening encounters and how we can be discerning amidst the impact of the consumer society.

William Keepin

Cynthia Brix

Hohm Press, 2009

 

Internationally recognized teachers and trainers for gender empowerment, Keepin and Brix tell about the work in Pune, India to overcome the oppression of women there and of saving their lives at "Maher," a place of refuge headed by a Roman Catholic sister for abused and battered women and their children.

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