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Melodies of a New Monasticism: Bonhoeffer's Vision, Iona's Witness

Melodies of a New Monasticism: Bonhoeffer's Vision, Iona's Witness
The New Monastic Movement is a vibrant source of renewal for the church's life and mission. Many involved in this movement have quoted Dietrich Bonhoeffer's conviction that the church must recover ancient spiritual disciplines if it is to effectively engage 'the powers that be.' Featured in The Church Times 18/01/19.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780334057208
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Publisher: SCM Press
Author: Craig Gardiner
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Melodies of a New Monasticism adopts the musical metaphor of polyphony (the combination of two or more lines of music) to articulate the way early Christian virtues can be woven together in community. Creatively using this imagery, this book takes two iconic twentieth-century figures who have transformed theology and practice of life in communities - George MacLeoud of Iona and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. The book draws on the theological vision of Bonhoeffer and the contemporary witness of George MacLeod to explore the interplay between discipleship, doctrine and ethics.
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