The Influence of Saint Bernard: Anglican Essays



LENGTH: 105 pages

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These essays by seven Anglican writers cover various aspects of the life and influence of Saint Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux (1090 – 1153). His relationship with God is discussed by {author}Andrew Louth{/author} and {author}Martin L. Smith{/author}, his monastic life and teaching by {author}Rowan Williams{/author}, {author}Brian Golding{/author} and {author}Sister Benedicta Ward SLG{/author}, and the influence of his teaching on the Cistercian elements in the Holy Grail legend by {author}Sister Isabel SLG{/author}. In his Introduction, {author}Dom Jean Leclercq OSB{/author} notes the high quality of learning in these essays, and their effectiveness in nourishing faith and a love for the Church.

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105 pages



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143 x 222 mm


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