7 edition of Flirting With Monasticism found in the catalog.
December 9, 2006
by IVP Books
Written in English
|Contributions||John Ortberg (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
The Story of Monasticism is an attempt to offer guidance in this recovery of monasticism for today’s church, looking closely at the history of monasticism as a guide for our own future. Monasticism is not the answer to every question asked in today’s church but it is an answer to many of the questions. Protestant Christians would be remiss. In early monastic communities, each monk prayed, fasted, and worked on his own, but that began to change when Augustine (), bishop of Hippo in North Africa, wrote a rule, or set of directions for the monks and nuns in his it, he stressed poverty and prayer as the foundations of monastic life. Augustine also included fasting and labor as Christian virtues.
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Boy joins a monastic order. Their relationship sets a young woman on a much different path than she ever imagined. Woven together in Karen Sloan's Flirting with Monasticism are two stories of love and commitment: her exploration of monastic spirituality set against the yearlong journey of a novice class of men preparing to join the Dominican /5(6).
Karen Sloan has spent the past few years exploring the Dominican order and monastic life—a story she recounts in the her book Flirting with Monasticism: Finding God on Ancient Paths. As a minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Karen often hosts conversations about monastic life and leads groups in ancient practices like the Liturgy of the Hours.
Flirting with Monasticism gives us a new appreciation for how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. Market/Audience Emergent church Young adults Features and Benefits Narrative exploration of monasticism.
Appreciation and critique of Dominican spirituality from a young, emergent, Protestant minister. A woman's take on monasticism.2/5(1). Boy joins a monastic order. Their relationship sets a young woman on a much different path than she ever imagined.
Woven together in Karen Sloan's Flirting with Monasticism are two stories of love and commitment: her exploration of monastic spirituality set against the yearlong journey of a novice class of men preparing to join the Dominican order.
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Those pursuing a monastic life are usually called monks or brothers (male), and nuns or sisters (female). Both monks and nuns may also be called monastics. Monastics usually take religious vows of poverty and celibacy in order.
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‘Calvinism & Missions: The Contested Relationship Revisited’, in Themelios (): pp. Christianity - Christianity - Monasticism: The origins of and inspiration for monasticism, an institution based on the Christian ideal of perfection, have traditionally been traced to the first apostolic community in Jerusalem—which is described in the Acts of the Apostles—and to Jesus’ sojourn in the wilderness.
In the early church, monasticism was based on the identification of.