Loneliness

$28.00
978-1-62698-289-5
In stock
+

ONE OF THE 50 BEST SPIRITUAL BOOKS OF 2018—Spirituality and Practice

This timely book of practical theology sheds welcome light into a dark corner of the individual and collective psyche and is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to un­derstand the pervasive loneliness of our times.

Utilizing insights from anthropology, theology, psychology, and philosophy, Arbuckle explores the cultural causes of loneliness in both indi­viduals and societies. Topics include the found­ing mythology of the United States—with its emphasis on individualism to the detriment of the common good—and poverty as a catalyst for loneliness.

Each chapter concludes with a scriptural re­flection and discussion questions to guide pas­toral responses according to Gospel values.

Gerald A. Arbuckle, SM, is an award-winning author of many books, including The Francis Factor and the People of God (Orbis 2015). A noted scholar in both theology and anthropol­ogy, he is co-director of Refounding and Pastoral Development, a research ministry in Sydney, Australia.

 

Book Details

Title:
Loneliness
Subtitle:
Insights for Healing in a Fragmented World
Author:
Gerald Arbuckle
Includes:
Index
Pages:
264
Binding:
softcover

Loneliness Table of Contents (978-1-62698-289-5_toc.pdf, 240 Kb) [Download]