How to Pray: A practical handbook

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More filters. Sort order. May 17, Nimue Brown rated it really liked it. Let's skip over the question of what a Druid is doing with a Christian book on prayer, because it's a long story. A number of things impressed me while reading this book. It is charming, clear, concise, written with warmth, humour and a realisit view of people. There are lots of good things to explore.

There's actually surprisingly little direct Christian reference, it was very easy to read despite me not being a Christian, and I could see what could usefully be applied in my own life. And even s Let's skip over the question of what a Druid is doing with a Christian book on prayer, because it's a long story. And even so, I think Christinaity is undoubtedly at the heart of this book, its just not that authoritarian or dogmatic.

It's a book that breathes. It made me realise just how much commonality there can be between what we do, regardless of what beleif underpins it. That's a good thing to hang onto. I'm sure more liberal Christians will find this book a joy. I also think, with its eye to God in nature, tht this is a book Druid Christians might like.


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  • I am not conerting, I'm researching Mar 16, Charis added it Shelves: spirituality-religion. I first read this a couple of years ago when I realised that I still didn't really have a clue about prayer. I found it to be an incredibly useful and practical guide. I like the fact that it gives you so many different approaches to consider, and loads of useful ideas and anecdotes. I started reading it again this Lent period when I realised that yet again, my prayer life was basically non-existent, and needed a boost.

    I've enjoyed revisiting some of the ideas, and am really glad I still had the I first read this a couple of years ago when I realised that I still didn't really have a clue about prayer. I've enjoyed revisiting some of the ideas, and am really glad I still had the book on my shelves! Jun 15, Liesbeth rated it really liked it.

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    Very readable. Rating details. Sort order. May 17, Nimue Brown rated it really liked it. Let's skip over the question of what a Druid is doing with a Christian book on prayer, because it's a long story. A number of things impressed me while reading this book. It is charming, clear, concise, written with warmth, humour and a realisit view of people.

    There are lots of good things to explore. There's actually surprisingly little direct Christian reference, it was very easy to read despite me not being a Christian, and I could see what could usefully be applied in my own life.

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    And even s Let's skip over the question of what a Druid is doing with a Christian book on prayer, because it's a long story. And even so, I think Christinaity is undoubtedly at the heart of this book, its just not that authoritarian or dogmatic. It's a book that breathes. It made me realise just how much commonality there can be between what we do, regardless of what beleif underpins it. That's a good thing to hang onto. I'm sure more liberal Christians will find this book a joy.

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    I also think, with its eye to God in nature, tht this is a book Druid Christians might like. I enjoyed it. I learned from it. I am not conerting, I'm researching Mar 16, Charis added it Shelves: spirituality-religion. I first read this a couple of years ago when I realised that I still didn't really have a clue about prayer.

    I found it to be an incredibly useful and practical guide. I like the fact that it gives you so many different approaches to consider, and loads of useful ideas and anecdotes.