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Pioneers of Modern Spirituality: The neglected Anglican innovators of a Spiritual but not religious age

Pioneers of Modern Spirituality: The neglected Anglican innovators of a Spiritual but not religious age
This book is about four Anglicans, two men and two women, from the early 20th century, who were engaged in and influenced by a revival of spirituality. , all of whom were a significant influence in a revived intrest in spirituality at a time when people were questioning institutional religion.
Our Price: £12.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780232532869
Stock: 18
Publisher: Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd
Author: Jane Shaw
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Distinguished British historian and theologian Jane Shaw introduces four innovators of Anglican spirituality: Evelyn Underhill, Reginald Somerset Ward, Percy Dearmer, and Rose Macaulay, and presents a chapter on each of them. The novelist, Rose Macaulay, shares her chapter with the priest and monk, Hamilton Johnson SSJE, who gently guided her back to faith when she was 69 yrs. Each has something to teach us about prayer, worship, and how we cultivate a relationship with God. The early 20th century was a time in which church attendance declined in the face of intellectual challenges and the wake of WWI.
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