Scotty McLennan has been the Chaplain at Tufts University since 1984. He has been a lecturer at the Harvard Business School since 1988, and he frequently consults on the subject of business ethics with corporations. McLennan was the inspiration for the character of Reverend Scot Sloan in the Doonesbury comic strip. He lives in Milton, Massachusetts.
Finding Your Religion
When the Faith You Grew Up With Has Lost Its Meaning
Author: Reverend Scotty McLennan
Introduction by Garry Trudeau
For many people, the faith they grew up with loses its meaning during adolescence. Others who never had any faith in childhood begin exploring religion for the first time in adolescence or young adulthood. In the author’s words, “I’ve come to realize that there are identifiable stages of spiritual development that people go through, no matter what their religious tradition is or isn’t. Just as we grow emotionally and intellectually over the years, so we grow spiritually, if we allow ourselves.”
McLennan offers an indispensable guidebook to those seeking a new spiritual path or wishing to reconnect to the religion of their youth. He reassures anyone at a spiritual crossroads – those who have become disillusioned with or even abandoned the religion of their youth that finding a relevant and fulfilling spirituality is a process of understanding ones place in any of six universal stages of faith:
He offers signposts and checklists for determining where readers are on their own spiritual journey and for helping them grow and develop. By recognizing a progression of steps toward a faith of ones own choosing, McLennan explains, one can more fully open ones soul to its spiritual destiny.
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