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Review Klingenschmitt offers a rare opportunity for the ecumenical community to renew the understanding and the practices of spiritual discernment in the church. The historical and theological context of Ignatius of Loyola anticipates many concerns of contemporary ecclesiology and ethics regarding the still uncharted pneumatological foundations of the way Christians can discern the spirits. --Wolfgang Vondey, Interim Associate Dean for Academics & Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Regent University, School of Divinity Read more About the Author Gordon James Klingenschmitt (PhD, Regent University) is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and former Navy Chaplain. He now leads a daily, half-hour TV program, PIJN NEWS, and founded The Pray in Jesus Name Project, which has delivered 4.5 million petitions to Congress defending pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-Jesus, and pro-Israel issues. He may be contacted at prayinjesusname.org. Read more

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