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My Dinner With Anton

Paul Wallis

My Dinner With Anton

Paul Wallis

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A 19th century Russian Orthodox monk and a contemporary charismatic-evangelical meet for dinner. The subject of conversation is the extraordinary St Seraphim of Sarov, a wild hermit who lived much of his life two hundred years ago in the dense Russian forests and in whom both spirualities can find a worthy exemplar. My Dinner with Anton is the first account by a non-Orthodox Christian of this intriguing Russian saint and its fast moving dialogue conveys the relevance of St Seraphim's teaching to modern Western spirituality. It may not be practical to be a hermit in today's world but anyone can have the heart of a hermit. This book shows that the spiritual path of St Seraphim is still a viable one.;Includes practical spiritual exercises for individuals or groups.

- Publisher A 19th-century Russian Orthodox monk and a contemporary charismatic-evangelical meet at a restaurant in Carnden Town. The subject of over - dinner conversation is the extraordinary St Seraphim of Sarov, a wild hermit who lived much of his life two hundred years ago in the dense Russian forests and in whom both spiritualities can find a worthy exemplar. Includes a programme of exercises for spiritual development that can be used on retreat or in study groups.

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About "My Dinner With Anton"

A 19th century Russian Orthodox monk and a contemporary charismatic-evangelical meet for dinner. The subject of conversation is the extraordinary St Seraphim of Sarov, a wild hermit who lived much of his life two hundred years ago in the dense Russian forests and in whom both spirualities can find a worthy exemplar. My Dinner with Anton is the first account by a non-Orthodox Christian of this intriguing Russian saint and its fast moving dialogue conveys the relevance of St Seraphim's teaching to modern Western spirituality. It may not be practical to be a hermit in today's world but anyone can have the heart of a hermit. This book shows that the spiritual path of St Seraphim is still a viable one.;Includes practical spiritual exercises for individuals or groups.
- Publisher

A 19th-century Russian Orthodox monk and a contemporary charismatic-evangelical meet at a restaurant in Carnden Town. The subject of over - dinner conversation is the extraordinary St Seraphim of Sarov, a wild hermit who lived much of his life two hundred years ago in the dense Russian forests and in whom both spiritualities can find a worthy exemplar. Includes a programme of exercises for spiritual development that can be used on retreat or in study groups.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Paul Wallis

For the last twenty years Paul Wallis has been involved in church planting, chaplaincy, teaching and training. He was ordained in the UK but now lives and works in Australia.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 209480
  • Product Code 1901557316
  • EAN 9781901557312
  • Pages 192
  • Department General Books
  • Category Spiritual Growth
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Willow Publishing
  • Publication Date Jan 1981
  • Dimensions 167 x 167 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.094kg

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