Readership: General readers; professionals; students and academics in the fields of spirituality, religion, and theology as well as philosophy and anthropology.
Philip Sheldrake, Senior Research Fellow in the Cambridge Theological Federation, Honorary Professor of the University of Wales, and a regular visiting professor in the United States.
Professor Philip Sheldrake is currently Senior Research Fellow in the Cambridge Theological Federation (Westcott House), Honorary Professor of the University of Wales, and a regular visiting professor in the United States. He is also a member of the Guerrand-Hermès Forum for the Interreligious Study of Spirituality. Philip Sheldrake co-founded and directed (1984-94) the Institute of Spirituality, Heythrop College University
of London. He is on the editorial boards of three international academic journals. For the last twenty five years he has been a leading figure in the field of spirituality as an interdisciplinary area of study.
"Deserves reading and referring to again and again." - The Reader
"written by an eminent scholar in the field ... This is a clearly written and helpful book." - Rima Devereaux, Spirituality
1: Types and traditions
2: Spirituality as experience
3: Spirituality as way of life
4: Spirituality in society
5: Spirituality versus religion?