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Overview These essays, by a "Who's Who" of authors, explore many themes in spirituality--the ecumenical nature of spirituality, theological perspectives, listening, spirituality in the dialogue of religions, action and contemplation, eucharistic spirituality, centering prayer, spiritual perspectives on peacemaking, letters for spiritual guidance, and reading for spiritual enrichment.
These essays explore many themes in spirituality--the ecumenical nature of spirituality, theological perspectives, listening, spirituality in the dialogue of religions, action and contemplation, contemplation and work, discernment, eucharistic spirituality, centering prayer, spiritual perspectives on peacemaking, letters for spiritual guidance, and reading for spiritual enrichment. The essays were prepared to honor the life and work of Douglas V. Steere, co-founder of the Ecumenical Institute of Spirituality, and to further explore themes found in his writings.
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.95" Width: 5.93" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1993
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664253857 ISBN13 9780664253851
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More About E. Glenn Hinson
E. Glenn Hinson, now retired, was professor of church history at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.
E. Glenn Hinson currently resides in Richmond, in the state of Virginia.
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Unity in the Spirit through contemplative prayer Aug 20, 2007
This collection of essays, written to honor the life and work of Quaker contemplative, Douglas V. Steere, brings together authors from several Christian traditions to explore ecumenical engagement grounded in contemplative Christian spirituality. This work is a valuable contribution toward Protestant openness to contemplative spirituality and Catholic appreciation of contemplative streams within Protestantism. Most of the Protestant contributors are Episcopalians, a tradition long informed by Christian, especially British, mysticism. Yet there are contributions from Baptist and Methodist authors here too. Contributors include Tilden Edwards, E. Glenn Hinson, Morton T. Kelsey, Doris Donnelly and John S. Mogabgab, Jean Leclercq OSB, Edward Farrell and Basil Pennington OCSO.