Reading With God

Author: David Foster
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9780826460844
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David Foster is a Benedictine Monk of Downside Abbey and chaplain to Downside School. He has always been concerned to bring the riches of the monastic tradition to lay people as they struggle to live the Christian life in the modern world. Lectio Divina or the art of spiritual reading is an art which is all but lost outside monastic communities. But following St Benedict's opening command in his Rule to 'listen', attending to the word of God through the printed text is an art which needs to be rediscovered in a world in which we are surrounded by a cacophony of sound and noise. David Foster has written a masterly guide to this art.

Reading With God In Mind

Author: J. K. Jones
Editor: College Press
ISBN: 9780899009360
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Reading With Jesus Parents Book

Author: Carol McIlwain Edwards
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1438930801
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READING WITH JESUS - You Can Teach Your 4 or 5 Year Old Child To Read In 90 Days, is a fun, powerful and easy- to- use tool for the entire family! Parents are teaching their precious 4 and 5 Year Old Children to read in 90 Days! This effective tool is designed so that educators and non-educators can implement with confidence! To order the step-by-step audio instructional compact disk with the delightful Alphabet Song and Lullaby Based on The Word of God, email Rev. Dr. Carol McIlwain Edwards at [email protected]

Alone With God

Author: Dom Jean Leclercq
Editor: Catholic Bookmark
ISBN:
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Upon the recommendation of a Scottish publisher, we are reprinting as a single volume this most critically acclaimed and popular of modern Camaldolese books. It is a guide to the hermit way of life, based on the teaching of Blessed Paul Giustiniani and featuring a memorable preface by Thomas Merton. Jean Leclerq, O.S.B. (1911-1993) is widely regarded as the foremost twentieth century scholar of Western monasticism, and this is one of his most impressive achievements. If you are only going to read one work of monastic spirituality in your lifetime, this could be your best choice.

Quiet Moment With God Devotional Journal For Teens

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Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 9780781404532
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Reading With Jesus Child S Book

Author: Carol McIlwain Edwards
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1438943423
Size: 19,56 MB
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READING WITH JESUS - You Can Teach Your 4 or 5 Year Old Child To Read In 90 Days, is a fun, powerful and easy- to- use tool for the entire family! Parents are teaching their precious 4 and 5 Year Old Children to read in 90 Days! This effective tool is designed so that educators and non-educators can implement with confidence!

A Journey With God

Author: Mlungisi Elvis Ndlovu
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456862421
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This book is a journey of how to grow spiritual. Inside the book you will find the treasures of heaven, the wisdom and the understanding that will help to mirror your relationship with Christ and start to realise that you are helpless without Christ in your life. This is a book of God's restoration.

Reading With Feeling

Author: Fiona C. Black
Editor: SBL Press
ISBN: 0884144178
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Essays with a methodological and metacritical focus The psychological approach known as affect theory focuses on bodily feelings—depression, happiness, disgust, love—and can illuminate both texts and their interpretations. In this collection of essays scholars break new ground in biblical interpretation by deploying a range of affect-theoretical approaches in their interpretations of texts. Contributors direct their attention to the political, social, and cultural formation of emotion and other precognitive forces as a corrective to more traditional historical-critical methods and postmodern approaches. The inclusion of response essays results in a rich transdisciplinary dialog, with, for example, history, classics, and philosophy. Fiona C. Black, Amy C. Cottrill, Rhiannon Graybill, Jennifer L. Koosed, Joseph Marchal, Robert Seesengood, Ken Stone, and Jay Twomey engage a range of texts from biblical, to prayers, to graphic novels. Erin Runions and Stephen D. Moore’s responses push the conversation in new fruitful directions. Features An overview of the development of affect theory and how it has been used to interpret biblical texts Examples of how to apply affect theory to biblical exegesis Interdisciplinary studies that engage history, literature, classics, animal studies, liturgical studies, philosophy, and sociology

Daily Readings Passages Of Scripture Selected For Social Reading With Applications By The Author Of The Listener I E Caroline Fry Etc

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The Sunday Word

Author: Henry Wansbrough
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 144111212X
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Leading Catholic biblical scholar Henry Wansbrough provides a pithy and readable commentary covering all the Sunday readings for years A, B and C. Wansbrough provides incisive commentary informed by his many years of teaching and praying scripture as a scholar and Benedictine monk of Ampleforth Abbey, and member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission. For each Sunday a short commentary on the three readings is given, together with questions and suggestions for personal reflection, and a section for families looking at the readings together. A section covering major feasts, especially those which at times take the place of the Sunday is presented at the back of the book.