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Reformed Spirituality

My friend, mentor, and co-worker Frank Stricklen has set up two new sites that will be of definite interest to readers of this blog, both related to “Reformed Spirituality”.  As Frank notes at the top of his site

“Many would agree with T. Hartley Hall of Union Seminary that reformed spirituality is an oxymoron.  It is certainly true that people of reformed faith have historically been very suspicious of any sort of individual spirituality. But, taking a cue from Eugene Peterson, we belive that spirituality is nothing more than the Christian life. So it is the goal of our site is to provide seekers with tools to enhance their walk with God. “

His site is http://www.reformedspirituality.com/ and his blog is at http://reformed-spirituality.blogspot.com/  I would encourage you to check them both out.

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  1. October 30, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    I suspect that the spirituality/religion distinction has been overdrawn, particularly in the modern context where the two blur. I have just posted on it. In case you are interested, here is the link. http://deligentia.wordpress.com/2009/10/30/spirituality-and-religion-a-false-dichotomy/

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