In What Do We Do With the Bible? this small but hugely important book on how to interpret the Bible, Richard Rohr offers a fresh way of understanding Scripture
Father Richard Rohr, OFM, is a Franciscan priest and one of the world's most influential spiritual writers. He is the founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexcio, and serves as Academic Dean for the Living School for Action and Contemplation. What Do We Do with the Bible? is just one of his numerous books, which also include A Spring Within Us (2018), Just This (2018), The Universal Christ (2017) and The Divine Dance (2016), all published by SPCK.
The Universal Christ: Rohr sees the Christ everywhere, and not just
in people. He reminds us that the first incarnation of God is in
Creation itself, and he tells us that "God loves things by becoming
them." Just for that sentence, and there are so many more, I cannot
put this book down. -- Bono, U2
The Divine Dance s not only Richard Rohr's best book; it's the best book on the Trinity I've ever read. Tender, human, both pastorally and psychologically brilliant, this is the work Rohr was born to do . . . An instant spiritual classic. -- Jonathan Martin, Author, How to Survive a Shipwreck
Falling Upward: Understanding the spiritual aspects of aging is as important as appreciating the systems and biological processes that age us. Richard Rohr has given us a perfect guide to what he calls the "further journey," a voyage into the mystery and beauty of healthy spiritual maturity. -- Mehmet Oz, M.D., host of the 'Dr. Oz Show'
The power of Immortal Diamond is impossible to exaggerate. With the cutting skills of a surgeon and the heart of a Franciscan, Richard exposes the misperceptions and counterfeits that have shaped our faith. He then promises and delivers a "staggering change of perspective" along with a taste of the intimacy of all love, both human and divine. Every word is a rare gift from a true elder and a worthy guide. -- Paula D'Arcy, author, Gift of the Red Bird and Waking Up to This Day
Richard Rohr continues to guide us to greater wholeness. The latest example is his new book, Breathing Under Water. A prolific writer, his books have helped countless souls, especially those who struggle with issues of brokenness and seek transformation. * National Catholic Reporter *