Item description for Fire of the North: The Life of St Cuthbert by David Adam...
Overview St. Cuthbert, monk and bishop of Linkisfarne, was a man of extraordinary charm and ability. David Adam vividly relates the story of this central figure in Celtic Christianity.
Publishers Description St Cuthbert, monk and bishop of Lindisfarne, was a man of extraordinary charm and ability. A preacher, teacher and pastor, he was also reputed to have gifts of prophecy and healing. David Adam, one of the most prolific and best-loved writers in the Celtic tradition, vividly relates the story of this central figure in Celtic Christianity. Drawing out the qualities which make Cuthbert so important in our own time, Fire of the North celebrates the saint's ready sense of God's presence and eager response to nature. The narrative is complemented throughout by prayers specially composed to help us experience the direct force of Celtic spirituality for ourselves.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher Evangel Author Services
ISBN 0281055610 ISBN13 9780281055616
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More About David Adam
David Adam is a writer and editor at "Nature," the world's leading scientific journal. Before that he was a specialist correspondent for "The Guardian "for seven years, writing on science, medicine, and the environment. In 2006 his piece on carbon offsets was chosen by the Association of British Science Writers as the year's best newspaper feature on a science subject. He has reported from Antarctica, the Arctic, China, and the depths of the Amazon jungle.
Reviews - What do customers think about Fire of the North: The Life of St Cuthbert?
Well worth reading Feb 20, 2007
This small paperback is only 148 pages and could be read thoughtfully in about 2 hours.
It is written simply in the Celtic style about a wonderful man; monk and bishop of Lindisfarne Island in the 7th Century AD. It is the historical period of the famous monasteries of learning and illuminated gospels, before the Viking raids of 793 AD.