This week A.J. of The Sacred Chrysalis interviews author Amos Smith. Amos is the author of a wonderful book called Healing the Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots.
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More about Amos Smith:
Amos is a family man, hiker, seasoned Centering Prayer practitioner, retreat leader, Contemplative Christian writer, amateur musician, dish washer, desert dweller, and ordained United Church of Christ (UCC) pastor.
Amos holds a Doctor of Ministry from Chicago Theological Seminary. He teaches a class titled “Contemporary Christian Mysticism” at the Redemptorist Renewal Center in Tucson and has been invited to participate in forums at the University of Arizona. His writing has been published in various newspapers and magazines including The Billings Gazette, The Spokesman Review, Friends Journal: Quaker Thought and Life Today, and Chicago Seminary Press.
Amos published his first book, Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots with Wipf & Stock Publishers in 2013. The book has been well received and reviewed and is part of the curriculum for the Living School of The Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC | Richard Rohr).
Amos’ next book, Primordial Freedom: Meditations on Silence, Stillness, and Mysticism in Scripture, will be published in February or March of 2018. Amos is also working on a book co-authored with Rich Lewis titled Jesus Paradox: The Heart of my Faith | Discovering The Dynamic Union of the Historic Jesus and the Divine Christ scheduled to come out in 2018.