Seen and Unseen: Ways of being along Quaker and Buddhist paths by Peter Jarman

Roger Iredaale reviews 'Seen and Unseen'

'Ultimately, poetry has a inner magic that is akin to religious insight...' | Photo: Detlev Klockow / Unsplash.

In developing a post-Christian and posttheist perception of what is of value in faith and practice, Peter Jarman has produced a challenging study that embraces an investigation of the meaning of God, prayer and spiritual experience. His reflections focus on his experience as a Quaker, on Buddhist belief, and on expressions of faith from the Sea of Faith movement as he reflects on those things of value and the stories and myths that embrace them.

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