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Encyclopedia of Religious and Spiritual Development is a massive reference expressly focusing upon the development process of religion and spirituality in the lifetimes of human beings. Entries include delving into the spiritual growth, views, and changes of Abraham Lincoln, C.S. Lewis (author of the acclaimed Narnia series), and Thich Nhat Hanh (founder of "socially engaged" Buddhism), as well as more general entries discussion childhood spiritual experiences, the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, the Stage-Structural Approach to Religious Development, and a diverse array of other issues centering around such themes as religious and spiritual concepts and practices, organizations, connections between nature and spirituality, and much more. A heavily researched and highly academic treatment of a subjective and philosophical aspect to humanity, highly recommended for public and college libraries as well as religious reference shelves.
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