Spiritual Classics from the Late Twentieth Century
This unique anthology of Christian spirituality draws on the experiences and reflections of six contemporary writers. From the perspective of the late twentieth century, and from very different Christian traditions, they explore our relationship with God and with one another.
Each selection begins with a brief outline biography and includes excerpts that confront a rich variety of themes: from vital social and colitical issues to experiences of great personal joy and pain. The authors include Helen Oppenheimer, Janet Martin Soskice, Margaret Spufford, Carlo-Maria Martini, Jacques Pohier and Kenneth Leech.
Mnenja - Napišite recenzijo
Na običajnih mestih nismo našli nobenih recenzij.
God loves women
Reading sacred scripture
God is God so God is not Everything
A passion for justice
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