Having looked the Orthodox Church in an historical and doctrinal fashion in his previously published The Orthodox Church
, Ware (now an Orthodox Bishop) draws on sources as eclectic as Olivier Clement, St. Isaac the Syrian, Julian of Norwich, and John Henry Newman, to describe the Orthodox ''way'' of pilgrimage towards God. Rich and stimulating, this is the perfect ''devotional'' companion to The Orthodox Church
, a constructive and positive summary of Orthodox spiritual teaching. Its wisdom becomes more manifest and illuminating with each re-reading. 164 pp. Very good externally, but there are some pencil underlinings and notations in the text.
An Eighth Day View:
A classic accounts of the belief, worship and life of the Orthodox Church. Discusses God as hidden yet revealed, the problem of evil, the nature of salvation, the meaning of faith, prayer, death and what lies beyond.