Item description for Anselm: The Joy of Faith (The Crossroad Spiritual Legacy Series) by William H. Shannon...
Overview Anselm has come to be considered the most influential Christian thinker between Augustine and Aquinas. He was the first to write heartfelt prayers not based on liturgical form. Shannon provocatively discusses his rich legacy of views on God, prayer, friendship, redemption, and joy.
Publishers Description Scholars recognize Anselm as the most influential Christian intellectual between Augustine and Aquinas. In "Anselm: The Joy of Faith," William H. Shannon highlights the prodigious writings and provides biography and commentary about the life, prayers, and teachings of the 11th century spiritual genius who transformed Western piety forever.
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Studio: Crossroad Classic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.41" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1999
Publisher Crossroad Classic
Series Spiritual Legacy
ISBN 0824525132 ISBN13 9780824525132
Availability 0 units.
More About William H. Shannon
William H. Shannon, an internationally known Merton scholar and priest of the diocese of Rochester, New York, was the general editor to more than 4,000 Merton letters. Msgr. Shannon was alsoa religious studies professor and first president of the International Thomas Merton Society.
William H. Shannon currently resides in Rochester, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Anselm: The Joy of Faith (The Crossroad Spiritual Legacy Series)?
Faith is Good Dec 25, 1999
Anselm shows clearly in this splendid book on the religion and spirituality of this world that Faith is indeed truly Joyful. He uses the most visual images to prove the fun and happiness that is stored on the very batteries of Faith, the thing that drives our very Churches and Temples of various religions. A great read, I find best red whilst listening to Richard Addinsell's Warsaw Concerto. A true masterpiece of spiritual enlightenment.