Description : A series of ground-breaking spiritual methods that integrate science and faith according to the evolutionary spirituality of Teilhard de Chardin's The Divine Milieu.
Description : Examines the methods by which man's determination and his cooperation with God can participate in the evolutionary destiny of the universe
Description : The authors offer a "first" summary of Teilhard's thoughts on love, a central element in his evolutionary spirituality, presented in accessible language for the ordinary reader. They explore the implications of Teilhard's evolutionary perspective on love as it affects friendships, marriages, parent-child relationships, and teams (larger groups).
Description : Do you seek meaning in suffering, a fresh purpose for your life, the courage to endure your pain, and ways to bring healing to the people you care about? These revolutionary words of the Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin offer a totally new way of finding positive meaning in suffering: Human suffering, the sum total of suffering poured out at each moment over the whole earth, is like an immeasurable ocean. But what makes up this immensity? Is it blackness, emptiness, barren wastes? No, indeed: it is potential energy. Suffering holds hidden within it, in extreme intensity, the ascensional force of the world.
Description : Pierre Teilhard de Chardin SJ. 1 May 1881 – 10 April 1955 was a French philosopher and Jesuit priest who trained as a paleontologist and geologist and took part in the discovery of Peking Man.
Description : Teilhard de Chardin and Eastern Religions is, in part, an update of the 1980 classic, Toward a New Mysticism. Author Ursula King has extensively revised this work, adding new material as she traces Teilhard's encounter with Eastern thought. It includes an extensive bibliography and annotated study guide. Book jacket.
Description : Teilhard de Chardin, called “the greatest prophet of this age”, intended to write a book called “The Book of Peace,” though he failed to do so. Instead, he went on sowing the seeds of peace throughout his writings. This book distills and presents the essence of the case Teilhard made for the cause of peace. There is no doubt that Teilhard’s readers have noticed how difficult his thought can be, and how puzzling it appears at times. This volume navigates the complexity of those labyrinthine roads, inviting the reader to confidently “see” the basic unity which underlies all that is. When we recognize that we live in the Divine Milieu, where we witness the transforming presence of the divine in human consciousness, we will existentially realize the truth of the principle by which Teilhard wanted us to live.