Baptist minister reads Dark Nights of the Soul
On his blog, Last Stop for Miles, Miles Catlett reviews Dark Nights of the Soul by Thomas Moore. He writes, "I'm amazed at the depth of this man’s spiritual journey and his clear and concise writing style." When describing Moore's approach, Catlett highlights:
"The images and practices he suggests are meant to help you let go and come to grips with the dark side of your own personality and experience, not bring you to a place of healing in the conventional sense of the word. This makes the book very profound and unlike most of the literature I’ve read that deals with this kind of topic."The reviewer states, "Overall, I think this is a wonderful read, and you can find incredible depth on every page." Catlett is Associate Minister for youth and missions at First Baptist Church in Mocksville, North Carolina.
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