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Sacred Space

Paperback|May 2007
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We all need our space, and this collection from well-known figures looks at where and how we find sacred space in ourselves and in the wider world>


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We all need our space, and this collection from well-known figures looks at where and how we find sacred space in ourselves and in the wider world>
-Publisher

The most enduring monuments surviving from the long history of mankind are those erected under the religious compulsion for the worship of God and the well being of the dead in some future existence. Such religious edifices have withstood natural decay and the misfortunes of war and conquest to be an impressive witness to the nature of man as worshipper. The term sacred space has been hijacked by yoga teachers, therapists and the unconventional to suit their own ends. In this book the approach is more orthodox and is Christian. Inspired by Walsingham (which is itself a sacred space) the authors here describe a new theology of sacred space - not just in relation to buildings but symbolically in terms the body the mind and the soul. One of the most original contributions from the Anglo Saxon scholar Michelle Brown who writes about the page as sacred space in the light of her studies of the Lindisfarne Gospels. This is an enlivening and provocative book which will touch on the concerns and passions of many people.
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John North

John North is the National Director of Ambassadors for Christ International, Australia and is married to Lois and together they have four children. Born in India to missionary parents, he completed his Master of Theology in Texas and has travelled and ministered extensively around the world. John loves to teach the Bible in a penetrating, challenging way that makes a deep difference in people's way of life. He hosts a daily devotional on Christian radio in Sydney where he now lives.

GrowthWorks is a ministry resource of Ambassadors for Christ International. AFCI works to accelerate the spread of the gospel through local churches. AFCI produces Bible-based resources in the area of evangelism and spiritual life. For more information, visit www.afci.com.au.

Philip North

The author is Administrator of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham (Anglican).

  • Introduction; Sacred Space And The Incarnation - Timothy Radcliffe; The Temple - Margaret Barker; The Page As Sacred Space - Michelle Brown; The Politics And History Of Sacred Space - Eamon Duffy.

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