This collection of Michael Mayne's unpublished writings and lectures focuses on Anglicanism's distinctive theology and ethos, and how it can help the church speak to contemporary society. It offers a vintage distillation of his wisdom and pastoral understanding that remains extraordinarily relevant.
First published in 1987, this is a remarkable and unusual book that addresses all of us who look for illumination `on the other side of the dark'. It makes a poignant complement to Michael Mayne's last book, The Enduring Melody, which was written twenty years later, in the final months of his life.
All Shall Be Well presents - in a series of short passages suitable for daily reading and meditation - Sheila Upjohn's acclaimed modern translations of fourteenth-century anchoress Julian of Norwich's The Revelations of Divine Love.
A sparkling collection of stories and sermons of faith, grace, and hope by bestselling writer and renowned preacher Barbara Brown Taylor. Full of her astute observations on the Spirit and the state of the world and animated by her ready wit, this collection will be a joy for many.
This brief, accessibly written volume introduces key figures, texts, and themes of the mystical tradition, showing that the mystics have much to say to contemporary Christians searching for authentic modes of spirituality.