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    Why We Live in Community


    3.95 Stars on Goodreads

    In this time-honored manifesto, Arnold adds his voice to the vital discussion of what real intentional community is all about: love, joy, unity, and the great “adventure of faith” shared with others along the way.


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    About The Book

    Everyone’s talking about community these days. In this time-honored manifesto, Eberhard Arnold and Thomas Merton add their voices to the vital discussion of what community is all about: love, joy, unity, and the great “adventure of faith” shared with others along the way. Neither writer describes (or prescribes) community here, but they do provide a vision to guide our search – and a disarming call to renewed commitment and deepened faith.

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