Fri 21 Nov 2014 @ 11:38
Reviewed in today's @ChurchTimes: Tudors, inter-faith and sacred spaces... http://t.co/rF2j1YRGwJ http://t.co/r8lO4erk7z
Author(s): Alexander Ryrie
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'A very readable account of monasticism as it was recorded in the fourth to sixth centuries, and indications as to how we might appropriate some of the ethos of the desert fathers into our own lives ... A useful book for students of the desert tradition, for it serves as a basic history of the movement, as well as putting into context the major texts recording it ... In our secure society we often struggle to find the path of simplicity and renunciation of the gospel, so it is encouraging to hear Fr Ryrie urging us to use aspects of the teaching of the desert tradition as a measure of our response to Christ's call to us.' -- Sister Christine SLG 2012
ALEXANDER RYRIE is a retired priest of the Scottish Episcopal Church and a Priest Associate of the Sisters of the Love of God, an Anglican religious community in Oxford. He conducts retreats for religious communities including Mirfield and Wantage. He is the author of numerous educational books published by Hodder & Stoughton and his religious books have been published in the UK and the US.