Suffering and Evil in Nature: Comparative Responses from Ecstatic Naturalism and Healing Cultures

Lexington Books (2021)
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This edited collection represents an ongoing conversation for bringing healing cultures into suffering and evil. The pluralistic perspectives emerge from the creativity of this unique community of interpreters.



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