Celebration of Discipline Setting & Symbolism

Richard Foster (religion)
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Newberg Friends Church

Newberg Friends Church is the church where the author is pastor.

Harper & Row

Harper & Row is the publisher that accepts and publishes this book.

The Bible

The Bible is the source for the scripture references used in the book.

ourselves

Ourselves is what the author says should be the principle object of our study.

Kingdom of God

The Kingdom of God is heaven. It is where people should seek to spend eternity in communion with God.

Christianity

Christianity is the religion practiced by those who believe Jesus Christ is the son of God. It is the foundation of the Disciplines discussed in this book.

Disciplines

Disciplines are the subject matter of the book. The are the central spiritual practices of Christianity.

Flesh

Flesh is used in the context of the book to refer to actions made by the body as opposed to the spirit guided...

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