Publisher description for Lifecraft : the art of meaning in the everyday / Forrest Church.

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In LIFECRAFT, Forrest Church challenges much of the modern search for meaning--indeed, the entire thrust of modern theology. LIFECRAFT reminds us that if we look at our lives as a whole (a spiritual goal many of us after never questioned), "when things go wrong, the entire screen turns dark." Instead, the author says, imagine yourself as "a consortium of personae," rather than as a fixed identity--because otherwise, Church says, we will inevitably think either too much or too little of ourselves.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Religious life.
Meaning (Philosophy) -- Religious aspects.