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Karen Armstrong A profile with bibliography and distinctive contribution to spirituality of Karen Armstrong, freelance monotheist, religious historian, and writer on the role of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism in th…
Sacred Nature Changing how we think, see, and feel.
Sacred Nature An urgent plea to redeem ourselves and our world.
Spiritual Revolution in Our Democracy An invitation to reflect on the lives of the dispossessed, our values, and how we might apply them.
Learning by Heart Learning by Heart
Fields of Blood A plea for us all to take responsibility for wars and violence instead of blaming them on religion.
The Spiral Staircase The second installment of the author's spiritual memoir, from when she left a Catholic convent to the present when she still thinks about God and spirituality.
The Spiral Staircase Karen Armstrong on silence as a strange and beautiful presence.
The Great Transformation Karen Armstrong on compassion as an essential practice of the religions that developed during the Axial Age from 800 - 2000 BCE.
Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life Karen Armstrong on imagination as being crucial to the compassionate life.