Rohr, Richard with Mike Morrell. The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation. New Kensington, PA: Whitaker House, 2016.
What if everything we have been taught about who we are, what we are, and why we exist was flawed? What would a corrected spiritual knowledge look like, feel like, act like?
In The Divine Dance, Richard Rohr invites the reader to participate in a rediscovery of the original messages of relationship and community. No matter how the reader identifies themselves, –religious, spiritual, agnostic, or atheist—the truthfulness of the text will resonate with the innermost fibers of their being. A marvelous revelation that reacquaints the reader with themselves and the Divine is encountered in the pages of this book. Its inspirational messages are rays of hope so desperately needed in an increasingly divisive and seemingly dark world.
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