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Spiritual Direction In The Early Christian East

Irénée Hausherr; Introduction by Bishop Kallistos [Ware] of Diokleia; Translated by Anthony P. Gythiel

Spiritual Direction In The Early Christian East
Spiritual Direction In The Early Christian East

ISBN: 9780879075163, CS116

Details: 472 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Publication Date: 05/01/1990
Cistercian Publications
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In a day when psychological counseling sometimes passes as `spiritual direction', this book reminds us that early Christians--like Eastern Christians still today--were convinced that only someone with long and deep experience in prayer and discipline can dare to lead others along the way to God.

ISBN: 9780879075163, CS116

Details: 472 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Publication Date: 05/01/1990
Cistercian Publications

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. . . The basic study on spiritual fatherhood.
Bishop Kallistos Ware

Among the extensive literature dealing with spiritual direction that appears every year, this is, to our knowledge, the only comprehensive study of the subject from its source-early Christian monasticism.
Coptic Church Review