David Pocta (Author), John J. Markey (Author),

The Future of Christian Spirituality

In Our Lives, In Our Churches, and In the Academy: Essays in Honor of Fr. Ronald Rolheiser

Will be published on December 16th, 2022 Father Ron Rolheiser is ecumenically recognized as one of the most important voices in Christian spirituality today. His career has spanned fifty years. He has served the Church…

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  • Title: The Future of Christian Spirituality
  • Subtitle: In Our Lives, In Our Churches, and In the Academy: Essays in Honor of Fr. Ronald Rolheiser
  • Available Formats: Hardcover (9780824596088)
  • Trim Size: 6 x 9
  • Publication Date: 12/16/2022
  • BISAC 2 : RELIGION / Christian Living / Spiritual Growth
  • BISAC 3: RELIGION / Spirituality
  • Retail US: Hardcover (49.95)
  • Retail Canada: Hardcover ()

David Pocta (Author)

David Pocta is a Christian Spirituality Scholar, ministry builder, and educator. After nearly three decades of pastoral work, he returned to school for his PhD in Christian Contemporary Spirituality. His work blends his experience in pastoral ministry with spirituality scholarship. His research interests include the spiritual journey, spiritual wilderness, contemporary evangelical church culture, and Christian mysticism. His dissertation addressed how the spiritual journey of Christians, when in their own wilderness, exposes the need for a reimagined church culture in Protestant evangelicalism. David is a collaborator and builder. He enjoys creating spaces for honest dialogue and authentic learning. He lives with his wife of more than thirty years in San Antonio and treasures having his daughters, son-in-law, and grandchildren nearby.

John J. Markey (Author)

John Markey, OP, is a Professor of Theology and the Director of the PhD program in Spirituality at Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1984, then earned an M.A. in Theology there two years later. He entered the Dominican Order in 1987 and was ordained a priest in 1993. He received his M.Div from the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in 1991 and his PhD in Philosophy and Theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California in 1997.

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