What is reality? Who are we? What is the ultimate meaning and purpose of anything? This book deconstructs reality, as it is generally understood to be. It reveals a depth of meaning to existence transcending the limited paradigms of religion and science. It articulates, for the reader, a synthesis of knowledge drawn from numerous fields of inquiry, presenting a powerful vision of human identity, meaning and purpose.
In an age whereby, previous constructions of identity, meaning and purpose, largely proposed by religion and later discredited by science, continue to lose ground, this book re-contextualises these terms in a fashion that is both evocative and provocative. For the person interested in discovering an empirical basis to spirituality, this book is for you.
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Mark Craig has published ten books on the topic of spirituality. Craig is currently a school teacher in Brisbane, Australia and served as a Catholic Priest for several years prior to this. He has a Bachelor of Theology, a Graduate Certificate in Religious Education and a Master’s Degree in Education, specialising in Religion.
Craig acknowledges the divide between Spirituality and Religion exploring in a new way the indestructible non-material dimension to human identity. The problem, he suggests, is that too many mistake the metaphors used by religion for ultimate truth. Even the word ‘God’ is a metaphor pointing beyond itself to a more profound reality than words can capture.
Craig has been published in academic Journals, including the Australian Journal of Religious Education (JRE), the Journal of Catholic School Studies (JCSS), now defunct, as well as the EJournal of Theology. His website religiousandspiritualbooks.weebly.com provides further opportunity for spiritual reflection and discussion.
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