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The Dictionary of Christian Spirituality Blog Tour

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Dictionary of Christian SpiritualityThis week Koinonia will be hosting the Dictionary of Christian Spirituality blog tour!

This reference work provides readers with an understanding of the origins, development, and contemporary expressions of Christian spirituality, and is a valuable resource for pastors, ministry leaders, counselors, teachers and scholars. 

A number of bloggers have already posted their reviews, and more will be added throughout the week. If you have a review of your own to submit, simply link to it in the comments. 

The Dictionary of Christian Spirituality is a well-researched, comprehensive study of Christian spirituality from a broad evangelical perspective… I give the Dictionary of Christian Spirituality my highest recommendation.” — Richard J. Foster

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Reviewers: 

Against Nothingness

Chris Kidd 

Cross Focused Reviews

Developing Theology

iCrucified

Keeping the Main Thing

Musings from a Librarian Mom 

Paul's Pensees

Resolved for Christ

School of the Broken Heart 

Seeking the Truth

Theology for the Road

Triangular Christianity

Vanoostrand

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