Dreams and Spirituality

Dreams and Spirituality

A comprehensive overview of the nature of dreams as understood from a range of diverse perspectives, and their relevance for pastoral care. Its approach is both systematic and practical, enabling ministers, spiritual directors and counsellors to understand the nature of dreams and the role they play in the lives of those in their pastoral care.


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Publisher Canterbury Press
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Pages 320 pages
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