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2000 Years of Prayer

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ISBN-13: 9781853116230
Published: 30/11/2004
Product description
Containing prayers from every era of our spritual historu, from every continent and from every Christian tradition, this is book that is equally useful as a worship resource or as an inexhaustible store for personal prayer. Arranged chronologically, the selection begins with the New Testamnet period and progresses through the Apostolic Fathers, the Age of Augustine, the Orthodox Tradition, the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Medieval ages and through every significant phase of Christian experience to the contemporary Church throughout the world. Here are many classic prayers and many more that will be new to readers. In addition, a brief introduction to each section and to easch author, defines the spiritual characteristics of the age and traces the development of our Christian understanding of prayer through the centuries..
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'this volume presents a sumptuous, seven course feast...' Theology Today

Author Information

Michael Counsell

Michael Counseel compiled Prayers 'for Sundays' and 'More Prayers for Sundays' for Harper Collins and is the author of several popular Canterbury Press titles including the Every Pilgrim's guides to 'England's Holy Places' and the 'Journeys of the Apostles'. He is Anglican priest in the Diocese of Europe and is currently working in Athens.

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