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Author Cook, Christopher C. H., author.

Title Mystical Theology and Contemporary Spiritual Practice : Renewing the Contemplative Tradition / Christopher C. H. Cook.

Published London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.

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Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Contemporary Theological Explorations in Mysticism
Contents chapter Introduction: mystical theology: renewing the contemplative tradition PET ER T Y LER, J U LI EN N E McLE ANAND CH R ISTOPH ER C.H. COOK -- chapter 1 Baron Friedrich von Hugel on the mystical element of religion: has the Baron a message for us today? M ET ROPOLITA NKA LLISTOS WA R E OF DIOK LEI A -- chapter 2 What did Vladimir Lossky mean by 'mystical theology'? A N DR EW LOU TH -- chapter 3 The mystical theology of Margery Kempe: writing the inner life COR IN N E SAU N DERS -- chapter 4 Unlikely mystics: Durham Cathedral as mystical space for ordinary people / ROSA LIN D BROW N -- chapter 5 The renewal of contemplative traditions: new monasticism and quotidian practices BER NA DET TEF LA NAGA N -- chapter 6 Wittgenstein reads Merton: the mystical theology of two twentieth-century masters PET ER T Y LER -- chapter 7 Mystical theology and the renewal of contemplative spiritual practice J U LI EN N E McLE ANAND CH R ISTOPH ER C.H. COOK.
Summary In Mystical Theology and Contemporary Spiritual Practice several leading scholars explore key themes within the Christian mystical tradition, contemporary and historical. The overall aim of the book is to demonstrate the relevance of mystical theology to contemporary spiritual practice. Attention is given to the works of Baron von Hugel, Vladimir Lossky, Margery Kempe, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Thomas Merton, and Francisco de Osuna, as well as to a wide range of spiritual practices, including pilgrimage, spiritual direction, contemplative prayer and the quotidian spirituality of the New Monasticism. Christian mystical theology is shown to be a living tradition, which has vibrant and creative new expressions in contemporary spiritual practice. It is argued that mystical theology affirms something both ordinary and extraordinary which is fundamental to the Christian experience of prayer.
Other author McLean, Julienne
Tyler, Peter
Subject Monastic and religious life.
Mysticism.
Spiritual life -- Christianity.
Contemplation.
ISBN 9781315605388 (e-book : PDF)
9781317066170 (e-book: Mobi)
9781472480095 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781315605388