Cure for the Common Life, by author Max Lucado, is a book about “living in your sweet spot.” Lucado tells readers in chapter one to “[h]eed that inner music,” and quoting mystic Martin Buber from his book, The Way of Man (a book on Jewish mysticism), Lucado tells readers they each have a “divine spark.” Buber had panentheistic affinities as he embraced the teachings of Hasidism (Jewish mysticism) and believed that this divine spark that Lucado refers to is in every human being and every part of creation.
Have you ever met a theological fence-sitter? These are those who like to have their proverbial cake and eat it too. They epitomize the o...
03 November 2010
Max Lucado Confirms His Contemplative Bent
While most discernment ministries had already placed popular author Max Lucado in the Contemplative Spirituality camp, Lighthouse Trails Research confirms with the following report: