Christian Spirituality: High Middle Ages and Reformation
Jill Raitt, Bernard McGinn, John Meyendorff
Crossroad, 1987 - Religion - 479 pages
A multivolume series with more than 500 contributing scholars worldwide, presenting the spiritual wisdom of the human race in its historical unfolding, from prehistoric times through the great religions to the meeting of traditions at the present.
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