Is ‘Spiritual Formation’ More Cultural Than Theo-Anthropological?

From 3rd Annual CCT Conference

James Houston (Regent College) discusses spiritual formation in the context of human nature, scientism, man's hubris (pride), and what it means to be a human person.

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  • James Houston

    • Emeritus Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College

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