Today's widespread search beyond denominational borders for spiritual substance is leading readers straight to Western civilization's great spiritual books and to the mystics who wrote them.
In God Hunger readers -- and meditators -- will find the great Islamic poet Rumi side by side with the authors of the Kabbalah and Hildegard of Bingen, the 13th-century's visionary abbess.
Fifty meditations and prayers build on the words and wisdom of medieval mystics such as Francis of Assisi and contemporary writers such as C.S. Lewis and Thomas Merton.
God Hunger is a highly involving journey of the soul that offers today's spiritual seeker the best that Western spirituality has to offer in a format that is both accessible and authentic.