Christian Theology: The Spiritual Tradition

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Sussex Academic Press, 2001 - Religion - 324 pages
This book is a student introduction to Christian theology, covering the Christian spiritual tradition in its Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant and Evangelical modes in the Patristic period, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and the Modern Period. This examination of spiritual traditions focuses on the active understanding of theology and spirituality in relation to the Christian life of prayer, devotion, worship and celebration. Discussions include the development of the orthodox tradition, theological works from Aquinas and Luther, and contemporary spiritual movements.

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