The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective

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Crossroad Pub., 2001 - Religion - 293 pages
A decade ago, Crossroad helped to introduce the Christian world to the ancient personality-type system of the Enneagram with the publication of Discovering the Enneagram by Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert. At the time, it was believed the Enneagram had its roots in Sufi mysticism. Not, in this new edition of Discovering the Enneagram, simply titled, The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective, Rohr and Ebert suggest that the Enneagram is genuinely Christian, dating at least to the Desert Fathers, with pre-Christian sources. --

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Very helpful explanations about the Enneagram personality system from a Christian perspective. It doesn't have the useful questionnaires that some of the other books do, but is still an interesting ... Read full review

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This is a wonderful book that merges psychology and theology to provide a framework for the different schemas people have and explains that people don't all the view and interact with the world in the ... Read full review

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A Dynamic Typology
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Breakthrough to the Totally Other
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