Celtic Spirituality

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Oliver Davies, Thomas O'Loughlin
Paulist Press, 1999 - Religion - 550 pages
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This volume offers translations of numerous texts from the Celtic tradition from the 6th through the 13th centuries, in a cross-section of genres and forms, including saints' lives, monastic texts, poetry, devotional texts, liturgical texts, apocrypha, exegetical texts and theological treatises.

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Contents

An Introduction to Celtic Spirituality
3
The Origins of Celtic Christianity
12
Toward a Celtic Spirituality
23
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Oliver Davies is Reader in Philosophical Theology in the University of Wales and has written a number of studies of Christian mystical writers, including Meister Eckhart: Mystical Theologian (SPCK 1991). The first volume of his Systematic Theology in three parts appeared as A Theology of Compassion (SCM Press 2001), and the second volume, On the Creativity of God, is currently under preparation.

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