Paper3THEO2205 - Dr. Kirk Rappaport Theology 2205 Paper #3...

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Dr. Kirk Rappaport Theology 2205 Paper #3 It is clear in Albert Nolan’s Jesus Today that the author has a very sharp sense of how spirituality, Jesus, and religion are perceived altogether in our modern times. He goes on to give a, as he said, glimpse of a breakdown of explaining why things in our times do occur, and the mindset that the world has today. In Chapter 1: Hunger for Spirituality, the main point that Nolan makes is that in our world today, there is a great lack of spirituality. On page 7 and onto page 8 in this chapter, Nolan writes, “It seems to me that by and large the new search for spirituality, the deep hunger for spirituality, is genuine and sincere… What is happening today is that many more people are becoming acutely aware of their need for spirituality.” Wherever there is a great lack of something, there is a need for it. Such a great need and hunger for spirituality exists because in our world today, there is a great lack of this spirituality. “Published early in 2004, Dan Brown’s
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course THEO 2205 taught by Professor Rappaport during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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