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Evagriusʼ theology of prayer and spiritual life

Ousley D. A.

Evagriusʼ theology of prayer and spiritual life

by Ousley D. A.

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David Alan Ousley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84017
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationii, 375 l.
Number of Pages375
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1368384M
LC Control Number92895681

A spiritual director in the Ignatian tradition and Senior Ignatian Fellow of Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House, she serves as retreat director of the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius in various formats. She offers weekend retreats, the Exercises in Everyday Life, and one-to-one directed retreats at Jesuit retreat houses across the United States. This book brings a variety of theological resources to bear on the now-widespread effort to put humility in its proper place. In recent years, an assortment of thinkers have offered competing evaluations of humility, so that its moral status is more contentious than ever. Like all accounts of humility, the one advanced in this study has to do with the proper handling of human limits.

How does spiritual or religious beliefs affect one's overall wellness? Religious or spiritual beliefs can lend meaning to one's life and aid in recovery from illnesses, grief and depression. Drawing on prayer, meditation, nature or spiritual texts can increase one's religious or spiritual health. Early Christian Spirituality and Spiritual Direction.

This ultimately joyful work is one of the few books available in English to deal exclusively with the problem of despondency-acedia- and how it can be overcome. Bunge analyzes the views of Evagrius Ponticus, the famous "philosopher of the desert," on the dangers of acedia. Evagrius develops a. BECOMING ONE SPIRIT: ORIGEN AND EVAGRIUS PONTICUS ON PRAYER. Origen and Evagrius present a theology of pray er that provided the spiritual foundation for later monasticism, both in the East and in the West. Indeed, the influence of Origen and Evagrius on Christian spirituality is perceptible even today. Yet the works of both writers were.


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A Biblical Theology of Prayer The Life, Walk, and Triumph of Faith (eBook) William Romaine. The World is Passing Away. In Reconstructing the Theology of Evagrius Ponticus, Casiday sees problems with how Evagrius' teachings have been construed - especially by modern scholars.

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"For Evagrius, theology and prayer are mutually implicated in the Christian life; spiritual growth and maturity are necessarily connected to good theology (p.

5)." And so it is. Yet Evagrius is most often known as a heretic, an Origenist heretic who turned the creative thought of Origen into a rigid (and heretical) s: 6.

Taken from I Cor, Chafer begins by defining three classes of spiritual existence and spends the rest of the book unpacking the biblical teaching of life as a spiritual person.

The impact of this book historically goes beyond its many printings and readers/5(14). The Urantia Book Paper 91 THE EVOLUTION OF PRAYER. PRAYER, AS AN AGENCY of religion evolved from previous nonreligious monologue and dialogue expressions.

With the attainment of self-consciousness by primitive man there occurred the inevitable corollary of other-consciousness, the dual potential of social response and God recognition.

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Understanding and cultivating spirituality have to do with understanding and cultivating that in our. Into God’s Presence offers simple and accessible ways to communicate with God in prayer every day, encouraging readers to integrate the timeless practice of meditative prayer into modern life.

This delightful book on meditation is a timely reminder of our need to be still before God, in order to hear from him.Prayer Before Studying Theology: Send out your light and your truth, that I may live always near to you, my God.

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