The vision and spirituality of the Iona Community
Author: Norman Shanks
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
For those who want to apply an integrated, engaged and inclusive approach to Christian spirituality in their own lives, this book is an inspiring and relevant resource.
Reconnecting ancient spiritual practices, evangelism and justice
Author: Tony Campolo
The God of Intimacy and Action reveals how contemplative spiritual practices can lead to greater intimacy with God and fuel passion for reaching out to others, through spreading the Good News and fostering justice for the poor and oppressed. The authors show why this combination is not only crucial but historical: it is vividly demonstrated in the lives of saints such as St Francis of Assisi, Ignatius of Loyola, and Catherine of Siena.
A Theology of Economy, Ecology, and Ecumeny
Author: Andrew Francis
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
How you spend your time and money controls what happens on this planet . . . Planet Earth and its people are in danger. We face ongoing economic and ecological crises. These will deepen unless all of God's people begin to act as one global community. Natural resources are diminishing and the economic world order is changing. We cannot go on living as though we can call up another planet. Change is needed now and this book addresses that. The biblical vision of the world as oikos, meaning household, is God's challenge to all people about the way we live now--and in the future. Oikos affirms the need for reconciliation and peace between faiths and nations and should determine our economic practices and how we care for the planet. In this timely and challenging book is a renewed call to follow the Maker's instructions. Whether it is 9/11, Chernobyl, or the 2008 financial crash, that call for change is repeating itself. This book not only explains why we need to change but also provides practical advocacy of how you can help to achieve it.
Doing Social Theology in Scotland Today
Author: William Storrar,Peter Donald
Publisher: Public Concerns
A range of ecumenical thinkers explore the rich variety of ways in which Christians and churches are doing social theology in Scotland in the 21st century.
Author: R.R. Bowker Company
Category: American literature
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a spiritual and cultural journey
Author: Ian C. Bradley
This book explores the phenomenon of Christian pilgrimage, pointing to its origins in the exodus and subsequent wilderness experience of the Jews, the medieval heyday when millions of pilgrims spend months traveling across Europe, and the modern revival that has blurred the lines between pilgrimage and tourism and made places such as Iona, Taize, and Santiago di Compostella the mecca for contemporary seekers and travelers. Lavishily illustrated, the book begins with the history and then covers pilgrimages in Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, Norway, France, Spain, Italy, Bosnia-Herzogovina, and Poland. Providing a mixture of history and fact with vivid personal experiences and pilgrims' own accounts and prayers, Ian Bradley brings to life one of the most vibrant expressions of Christian spirituality.
Author: Susan Storrier
Publisher: John Donald
The story of 'home life' in Scotland is one which is familiar and varied. This wide-ranging volume considers Scotland's domestic life by examining that variety and considering changes in the structures in which Scots have lived and the ways in which they have lived in those homes. The great advantage of studying domestic life is that it is something to which everyone can relate, no matter his or her background. Most of us are in some way already ethnologists of the home. Scottish Life and Society: A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology is a major project of the European Ethnological Research Centre in fourteen volumes. Its overall aim is to examine the interlocking strands of history, language and traditional culture within an international context and their contribution to the making of a national identity. Each volume is a detailed examination of a societal topic and can stand alone. Together, the fourteen volumes set a cultural benchmark for the new millennium and are of immense value to our understanding of what has shaped Scottish society today.
Author: Richard Alan Miller,Iona Miller
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Because of their power to elicit specific responses in the body and psyche, perfumes have, through the ages, occupied an important part in ritual. The Magical and Ritual Use of Perfumes shows how scents can become the very “essence of magic,” providing direct access to the emotional centers of the brain and memory.
Faith, Wholeness, and the Healing Miracles of Jesus
Author: Bruce Gordon Epperly
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
The mounting evidence of the interconnectedness of spirituality, health, and medicine suggests giving new attention to the healing ministry of Jesus. Through a fresh reading of the Gospel narratives, Bruce Epperly reveals the centrality of whole-person healing within Jesus' mission as teacher and social reformer and stresses that churches should seek to recover a healing ministry that touches both the spirit and the body. God's Touch traces the links between Jesus' approach to wholeness of mind, body, spirit, and relationships, and the practices of complementary and alternative medicine today.
Author: John Nelson Darby
Publisher: Irving Risch
Volume 19 contains the following: A Brief Outline of the Books of the Bible Hints on the Book of Genesis The First Man and the Second Genesis 3 Abram Genesis 12 History of Abram Lot's Choice: a word on Present Advantage Genesis 19 Outline of the Book of Genesis The Passover and the Red Sea Exodus 12-14 The Red Sea and the Wilderness Exodus 15 Priesthood Exodus 28, 29 "Show me now thy way" Exodus 33, 34 Hints on the Tabernacle Exodus 25-34 Hints on the Sacrifices in Leviticus Leviticus 1-3 On the Offerings, and the Consecration of the Priesthood Leviticus 1 - 8 Hints on the Day of Atonement Levitcus 16 The Day of Atonement Leviticus 16 Hints on the Feasts of Jehovah On the covering of the Holy Vessels Numbers 4 The Feasts Leviticus 23 The Pleasant Land despised Numbers 13, 14 Notes of a Lecture Numbers 15 Law and Priestly Grace Numbers 17, 20 The Red Heifer Numbers 19 The Faithfulness of God seen in His ways with Balaam Numbers 22 - 24 The place of weeping Deuteronomy 8:3 Joshua 1 - 13. Joshua 1 Christ as our Food Joshua 5 Joshua 5 Sketch of Joshua Gideon - God's Mighty Man of Valour Thoughts on Ruth Thoughts on 1 Samuel Jonathan: a word on Working with God 1 Samuel 14 Thoughts on 2 Samuel
Making Sense of Life, One Question at a Time
Author: Jennifer Krause
A topical and timely exploration of the ten questions that shape readers' lives.The Answer is not the last self-help book we'll ever need, but it is the first book to turn to when life inevitably asks a question and waits for the answer that we-and only we-can provide. Living in a fear-saturated culture and feeling overwhelmed has us constantly looking for answers of all kinds-sprinting after anything and anyone to make us feel safe. The Answer liberates us from that constant fear and endless scurrying. By examining ten thought-provoking questions, The Answeroffers an unexpected approach to discovering the truths, wisdom, and insights that will transform our lives in sustainable ways. By trusting questions as a driving, natural, and nourishing force in life, we can begin to trust ourselves to find the answers that are right for us.
An Uncommon Dialogue
Author: Neale Donald Walsch
Publisher: G K Hall & Company
Presents God's answers to the author's questions dealing with the cosmology of the universe
das Geheimnis in unseren Zellen
Author: Gregg Braden
Liturgies and worship resources for an engaged spirituality
Author: Neil Paynter
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
Liturgies and worship resources on a range of subjects and concerns - globalisation, food, water, HIV/AIDS, the environment, interfaith dialogue, the arms trade, prisoners of conscience, 20th-century martyrs, homelessness, racism, gender, living in commun
A Discourse on Certain Passages of History and Fable
Author: Algernon Herbert
Category: History, Ancient
Relational Theologies in the Twenty-first Century
Author: Lisa Isherwood,Elaine Bellchambers
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Relational theologies, such as feminist theology, ecotheology and liberation theologies of various kinds, turn our traditional starting point for theology on its head. They ask what it is that we experience. This book aims to explore the concept of the emerging divine within human and non-human relationality.