Donald Allchin was an ordained priest in the Church of England, a historian, ecumenist, and contemplative theologian. The essays, poems, and memoires in this book represent what his Christian vision has brought forth in the lives of the contributors. You will meet poets, historians, bishops, archbishops, monks, priests, lay persons, and scholars. You will taste the rich ecumenical dialogue between Allchin's Anglican heritage, Eastern Orthodox Churches, the Roman Catholic Church, and churches of the Reformed Traditions, including Allchin's friendships and correspondence with Thomas Merton and the Romanian Orthodox theologian Dumitru St?niloae. Readers will gain insights into Allchin's interpretation of the Anglican Tradition and his emphasis on the value of monastic solitude and community for the lives of modern Christians. You will enter Allchin's journey into the lives, poetry, saints, and holy places of the Welsh spiritual tradition. And this is only a taste of his legacy. In Allchin's words, "the things which belong to the story of Jesus are not yet completed"
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|Publisher: ||James Clarke & Co|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780227905395 (DRM-PDF)|
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