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Our Restless Heart (Traditions Of Christian Spirituality Series)

Paperback|Mar 2003
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A concise but masterly survey of the complicated and controversial spiritual tradition inspired by the great figure of Augustine of Hippo.


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A concise but masterly survey of the complicated and controversial spiritual tradition inspired by the great figure of Augustine of Hippo.
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This work, written by Thomas F. Martin, is an authoritative but engaging primer in the spiritual tradition inspired by the work of St Augustine of Hippo and the Augustinian friars.
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Philip Sheldrake (Ed)

Philip Sheldrake is William Leech Professorial Fellow in Applied Theology at the University of Durham. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Wales Lampeter and is regularly a visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame and other North American universities. He has taught and written extensively in the field of Christian spirituality and spirituality more generally. His books include "Spirituality and History" (2nd edn 1998), "Spaces for the Sacred: Place, Memory and Identity" (2001) and, as editor, "New SCM Dictionary of Christian Spirituality" (2005, in the USA "New Westmi

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