In these pages, we get the finest contemporary scholars treating the essential themes of Christian spirituality. Volume One includes contributions by John Zizioulas on early Christian spirituality, Jean Leclercq on monasticism, Roberta Bondi on Syriac spirituality, Karl Morrison on the Gregorian reform, Benedicta Ward on St. Anselm, Basil Pennington on the Cistercians, John Meyendorff and Bernard McGinn on Christ as Savior in East and West, Thomas Hopko on the Cappadocian doctrine of the Trinity, Mary Clark on the Latin concept of the Trinity, Leonid Ouspensky on the Icon, Kallistos Ware on ways of prayer and contemplation, and Peter Brown on the notion of virginity, among others. 502 pp. Light cover wear, solid binding, unmarked text. Library sticker on spine only.
An Eighth Day View:
Essays in this volume discuss the early history of the church, gnostic spirituality, monasticism, the great fathers, sosteriology, the Trinity, anthropology, grace, Christian art, the sacraments, prayer and spiritual guidance.