By Matthew T. Eggemeier
The sacramental and prophetic traditions of Christian spirituality, indicates Matthew Eggemeier, own severe assets for responding to the modern social crises of common ecological degradation and the blameless affliction of the crucified poor.
In A Sacramental-Prophetic Vision, Eggemeier keeps that the very important key for cultivating those traditions within the current is to situate those spiritualities within the context of non secular workouts or ascetical practices that permit Christians to reside extra deeply within the presence of God (coram Deo) and in flip to make this presence noticeable in a anguish world.
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