SUGGESTION: Add the series Traditions of Christian Spirituality to Logos

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, May 31 2020 9:18 PM
  1. Prayer and Community: The Benedictine Tradition by Columba Stewart
  2. Letting God Be God: The Reformed Tradition by David Cornick
  3. Poverty and Joy: The Franciscan Tradition by William J. Short
  4. Our Restless Heart: The Augustinian Tradition by Thomas R. Martin
  5. Journeys on the Edges: The Celtic Tradition by Thomas O'loughlin
  6. Silence and Witness: The Quaker Tradition by Michael Lawrence Birkel and Philip Sheldrake
  7. Standing in God's Holy Fire: The Byzantine Tradition by John Anthony McGuckin
  8. Light Through Darkness: The Orthodox Tradition by Deacon John Chryssavgis
  9. The Poetic Imagination: An Anglican Spiritual Tradition by Louis William Countryman and Professor Philip Sheldrake
  10. Heart Speaks to Heart: The Salesian Tradition by Wendy M. Wright
  11. A Passionate Balance: The Anglican Tradition by Alan Bartlett
  12. The Language of Silence: The Changing Face of Monastic Solitude by Peter-Damian Belisle
  13. Mysticism and Prophecy: The Dominican Tradition by Richard Woods
  14. Eyes to See, Ears to Hear: An Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality by David Lonsdale
  15. Brides in the Desert: The Spirituality of the Beguines by Saskia Murk-Jansen
  16. Following in the Footsteps of Christ: The Anabaptist Tradition by C. Arnold Snyder
  17. Grace That Frees: The Lutheran Tradition by Bradley Hanson
  18. At the Fountain of Elijah: The Carmelite Tradition by Wilfrid Mcgreal
  19. What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition by Ian Randall
  20. God's Lovers in an Age of Anxiety: The Medieval English Mystics by Joan M. Nuth
  21. The Way of Simplicity: The Cistercian Traditionn by Esther De Waal

Orthodox Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev: "To be a theologian means to have experience of a personal encounter with God through prayer and worship."

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 1 2020 6:33 AM

MJ. Smith:

  1. Prayer and Community: The Benedictine Tradition by Columba Stewart
  2. Letting God Be God: The Reformed Tradition by David Cornick
  3. Poverty and Joy: The Franciscan Tradition by William J. Short
  4. Our Restless Heart: The Augustinian Tradition by Thomas R. Martin
  5. Journeys on the Edges: The Celtic Tradition by Thomas O'loughlin
  6. Silence and Witness: The Quaker Tradition by Michael Lawrence Birkel and Philip Sheldrake
  7. Standing in God's Holy Fire: The Byzantine Tradition by John Anthony McGuckin
  8. Light Through Darkness: The Orthodox Tradition by Deacon John Chryssavgis
  9. The Poetic Imagination: An Anglican Spiritual Tradition by Louis William Countryman and Professor Philip Sheldrake
  10. Heart Speaks to Heart: The Salesian Tradition by Wendy M. Wright
  11. A Passionate Balance: The Anglican Tradition by Alan Bartlett
  12. The Language of Silence: The Changing Face of Monastic Solitude by Peter-Damian Belisle
  13. Mysticism and Prophecy: The Dominican Tradition by Richard Woods
  14. Eyes to See, Ears to Hear: An Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality by David Lonsdale
  15. Brides in the Desert: The Spirituality of the Beguines by Saskia Murk-Jansen
  16. Following in the Footsteps of Christ: The Anabaptist Tradition by C. Arnold Snyder
  17. Grace That Frees: The Lutheran Tradition by Bradley Hanson
  18. At the Fountain of Elijah: The Carmelite Tradition by Wilfrid Mcgreal
  19. What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition by Ian Randall
  20. God's Lovers in an Age of Anxiety: The Medieval English Mystics by Joan M. Nuth
  21. The Way of Simplicity: The Cistercian Traditionn by Esther De Waal

ooooo, looks quite interesting!

i get why they have the broad "evangelical tradition..." volume, but i would hope they would break down some of the further traditions within that tradition.

But overall, i love their approach...have you read any of them, Martha? 

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 1 2020 12:22 PM

I've read 9 & 12 - both solid, introductory books. Several authors I recognize as solid in other things they have written. I suspect they would be quite willing to subdivide Evangelical and include Pentecostal if an appropriate author approached them.

Orthodox Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev: "To be a theologian means to have experience of a personal encounter with God through prayer and worship."

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