Existentialism and Christian Zen
An East/West Way to Christ
the pursuit of the inner Christ mind approprate for traditional Christians, New Thought advocates and spirtual seekers; an East/West spirituality is emerging.
Existentialism and Christian Zen is a book written for readers without an in depth background in philosophy, especially existentialism. Written in the style of an in-depth essay, the book is both an examination of the interface between Christian meditation and Zen Buddhism and a practical dialogue between Christian existentialism and the practice of Zen.
Father Bill McVey takes readers on a mindful existentialist tour of Christianity and Buddhism, respecting the uniqueness of each but finding the important ground they share. Readers receive the gift of insight as well as vital tools to help them through the inevitable anxiety in which life in the post-modern world marinates.
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