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Intuitive Knowing as Spiritual Experience (Hardcover) (Phillip H. Wiebe)

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Intuitive Knowing as Spiritual Experience reaffirms the call to examine religious experience but shifts the focus in an unexpected way. The book is Phillip H. Wiebe's defense of the claim that a significant form of spiritual experience is found in 'intuitive knowing' or 'knowing something we have no right to know'. To illustrate his argument, Wiebe delves into the first-hand accounts of dozens of people who have reported experiencing moments of intuitive knowing. Chapters dissect and analyze these experiences, focusing on intuitive knowing as it relates to the experience of God, transformed values, and Christian experiences.According to Wiebe, the future of the study of spiritual experience as a neurological process will require close attention to detail. In solidarity with those whose personal accounts he offers, Wiebe relays his own personal experiences as they relate to his spiritual development over the last forty years. He argues that experiences of many other kinds are relevant to the central claim of the book, so intuitive knowing does not face the bar of reason on its own.
Intuitive Knowing as Spiritual Experience reaffirms the call to examine religious experience but shifts the focus in an unexpected way. The book is Phillip H. Wiebe's defense of the claim that a significant form of spiritual experience is found in 'intuitive knowing' or 'knowing something we have no right to know'. To illustrate his argument, Wiebe delves into the first-hand accounts of dozens of people who have reported experiencing moments of intuitive knowing. Chapters dissect and analyze these experiences, focusing on intuitive knowing as it relates to the experience of God, transformed values, and Christian experiences.

According to Wiebe, the future of the study of spiritual experience as a neurological process will require close attention to detail. In solidarity with those whose personal accounts he offers, Wiebe relays his own personal experiences as they relate to his spiritual development over the last forty years. He argues that experiences of many other kinds are relevant to the central claim of the book, so intuitive knowing does not face the bar of reason on its own.
Number of Pages: 226
Genre: Philosophy
Sub-Genre: Religious
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Author: Phillip H. Wiebe
Language: English
Street Date: September 22, 2015
TCIN: 46770022
UPC: 9781137549488
Item Number (DPCI): 247-52-0589

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