Why bourgeault is right that sophiology matters

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cognitive map-making, participatory imagination, volitional dispositions, propositional positions, sophiology, soteriology, sophiological trajectories, soteriological trajectories, contemplation, contemplative traditions, interfaith dialogue, interreligious dialogue, essentialism, naive realism, rationalism, fideism, mysticism, orthodoxy, orthopraxy, orthopathy, orthocommunal, polydoxy, polypathy, polypraxy, carl mccolman, thomas keating, cynthia bourgeault, brian mclaren, christian nonduality, lonergan's conversions, epistemic virtue, epistemic humility, epistemic hubris, unitary being, ultimate unicity, unitive striving

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