The Molten Soul

Dangers and Opportunities in Religious Conversion

Gray Temple

Jan/2000, 257 Pages, PAPERBACK, 6 x 9

ISBN-13: 9780898699265

The author, a self-described "charismatic liberal," explores the many ways in which a soul, "molten" following a profound religious experience, can harden into an extreme position that is ultimately not conducive to continued spiritual growth. There are no judgments here, only a serious and, at the same time, good-natured look at the traps we can set for ourselves. 
 
 

Gray Temple, an Episcopal priest, is the rector of St. Patrick's Church in Atlanta, Georgia, a charismatic congregation. He is the author of The Molten Soul: Dangers and Opportunities in Religious Conversion and Gay Unions: In the Light of Scripture, Tradition, and Reason

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