One Size Can't Fit All

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Vicki Toale, OP is a preacher, a teacher, and a student and active proponent of Integral Theory. Vicki is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Amityville, NY. She is an Associate Professor at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY and a Pastoral Associate at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Parish in Wyandanch, NY. Vicki is also a Fantasy/Science Fiction aficionado.

One Size Can't Fit All

Integral Religion in a Fragmented World

Authored by Vicki Toale OP

We Live in a Glueless Society! No, not clueless, glueless. More often than not, those who call another person clueless, really mean that he or she is not playing by "their" game book. The truth is that most people are not playing the same game! There is nothing substantial holding the international community together. Even within countries there is little agreement about what should be happening. Many in the postmodern West have called for every voice to be heard and respected. In large measure that has happened. People of all different belief systems and different levels of consciousness within those systems are speaking out. Now what we do with the cacophony that has resulted?

Religion, which used to be a unifying force, seems to lead either to extremist behavior or vast indifference, with a very quiet moderate majority in between. Integral religion recognizes that there are seven significantly different stages of religious growth. Yet many who practice Traditional religion dismiss all others as clueless or blasphemous. Before people change they must be respected for who they are. One size CAN'T fit all; but like it or not each person and each society goes through each stage as they grow. Can Integral Religion hold us together long enough to recognize this?

Publication Date:
1516802209 / 9781516802203
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US Trade Paper
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6" x 9"
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Religion / Spirituality / General

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