Series: The Best Spiritual Writing

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The Best Spiritual Writing 1998 by Philip Zaleski1998
The Best Spiritual Writing 1999 by Philip Zaleski1999
The Best Spiritual Writing 2000 by Philip Zaleski2000
The Best Spiritual Writing 2001 by Philip Zaleski2001
The Best Spiritual Writing 2002 by Philip Zaleski2002
The Best American Spiritual Writing 2004 by Philip Zaleski2004
The Best American Spiritual Writing 2005 by Philip Zaleski2005
The Best American Spiritual Writing 2006 by Philip Zaleski2006
The Best American Spiritual Writing 2007 by Philip Zaleski2007
The Best American Spiritual Writing 2008 by Philip Zaleski2008
The Best Spiritual Writing 2010 by Philip Zaleski2010
The Best Spiritual Writing 2011 by Philip Zaleski2011
The Best Spiritual Writing 2012 by Philip Zaleski2012
The Best Spiritual Writing 2013 by Philip Zaleski2013

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  1. The Best Christian Writing 2000 by John Wilson (2000)
  2. Wise Women: Over Two Thousand Years of Spiritual Writing by Women by Susan Neunzig Cahill (1996)
  3. For the Time Being by Annie Dillard (1999)
  4. God In All Worlds: An Anthology of Contemporary Spiritual Writing by Lucinda Vardey (1995)
  5. Dakota: A Spiritual Geography by Kathleen Norris (1993)
  6. Cries of The Spirit by Marilyn Sewell (1991)
  7. Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith by Kathleen Norris (1998)
  8. The Best American Essays 2003 by Anne Fadiman (2003)
  9. Women in Praise of the Sacred: 43 Centuries of Spiritual Poetry by Women by Jane Hirshfield (1994)
  10. Diving Deep and Surfacing: Women Writers on Spiritual Quest by Carol P. Christ (1980)
  11. The Cloister Walk by Kathleen Norris (1996)
  12. The Alphabet of Grace by Frederick Buechner (1970)
  13. The Best American Magazine Writing 2010 by Best American Series (2010)
  14. The Education of the Heart: Readings and Sources for Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, and the Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life by Thomas Moore (1996)
  15. Gold from Aspirin: Spiritual Views on Chaos and Order, from Thirty Authors by Carol S. Lawson (1995)

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