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Living in Godless Times

Tales of Spiritual Travelers


Edited by Brian Cambourne

256 pp.  
5 ½ x 8 ½

Floris Books

Paperback

$25.00

978-0-86315-341-9


Alison Leonard, a writer and popular radio broadcaster on issues of spirituality, interviews a group of modern, independent thinkers on their paths to a more spiritual life.

Drawn from a variety of spiritual and religious backgrounds, these contributors offer insights into their search for a deeper meaning through personal experience in the face of a seemingly godless modern culture.

Contributors:

-Raficq Abdulla is a secular Muslim with a passion for the arts and poetry.
-David Banks is an actor, director, and computer specialist.
-Jocelyn Bell Burnell is an astro-physicist who worked with the team that later won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1974.
-Adam Curle is an international mediator and a former professor of Peace Studies.
-Dayachitta is a Buddhist teacher, retreat leader, and acupuncturist.
-Mehr Fardooni runs an organic market garden.
-Anne Gray, an anthroposophist, is a graduate of the London School of Economics, taught disabled children.
-Naomi Gryn is an unorthodox Jewish writer and film-maker.
-Rose Hacker, radical socialist, marriage counselor, magazine correspondent, is president of the Progressive League.
-Kathy Jones is co-founder of the UK Goddess Conference.
-Gordon MacLellan is a freelance environmental educator.
-Eric Maddern is a storyteller.
-Marian Partington is a practicing homeopath whose sister was murdered by Britain's worst serial killers.
-June Raymond, a Catholic nun, practices a ministry of healing through the Bach flower remedies.
-Brian Thorne an Anglican, is a director at the Centre for Counselling and cofounder of the Norwich Centre.
-Benjamin Zephaniah, a successful novelist, playwright, and poet.

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