Seeing God Everywhere: Essays on Nature and the Sacred
World Wisdom, Inc, 2003 - Nature - 323 pages
How do people sense God's presence in created things? Seeing God Everywhere is an anthology of essays on nature and the sacred which address that question. Written by an impressive list of spiritual leaders and thinkers, these essays explore the questions from many different perspectives. As a special bonus, at the end of each essay is a short poem on nature and the sacred, taken from various traditions.
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