The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective

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Crossroad Pub., 2001 - RELIGION - 293 pages
In this new, general introduction to the Enneagram, Rohr and Ebert show that the Enneagram was developed in Egypt by the Desert Fathers and rediscoverd by a Francisican missionary to the Moslems at the turn of the 14th century.

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Interesting read and I liked how they talked about particular experiences with people they knew and historical figures. The writing is a bit harder to read in spots, but there is gold in here. Read full review

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There was some very good and interesting stuff, but I found the writing style clunky, so it was a bit of a slog. I also thought the writers made some very serious claims that they didn't back up with ... Read full review

Contents

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Breakthrough to the Totally Other
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The Truth Is Simple and Beautiful
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Copyright

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