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Review: Streams of Living Water (Richard Foster)

A Mature Spiritual Life

Book Review: Richard Foster, Streams of Living Water: Celebrating the Great Traditions of Christian Faith (HarperSanFrancisco: 1998).

Richard J. Foster has offered the church an exquisite gift in his new book Streams of Living Water. In this ambitious project, he examines six major traditions of spirituality in Christianity: contemplative (prayer-filled life), holiness (virtuous life), charismatic (Spirit-empowered life), social justice (the compassionate life), evangelical (Word-centered life), and incarnational (sacramental life).

The book begins by viewing these streams of spiritual life through the prism of Jesus

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  1. […] the streams he mentions, I observed similar streams in 2004 for Lausanne in Pataya. Decades ago, Richard Foster observed different streams in the mainstream church, and streaming has been occurring since the days of Paul, Peter, & […]

    Posted by Emerging Church Streams On « Geoff Westlake – Outreach Specialist | January 27, 2011, 2:30 pm

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