Cave Refectory Road Paperback
Monastic Rhythms for Reshaping Christianity
by Ian Adams;
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Cave Refectory Road
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Cave Refectory Road by Ian Adams was published by Canterbury Press in August 2010 and is our 7371st best seller. The ISBN for Cave Refectory Road is 9781848250284.
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Cave Refectory RoadDiane Morrison, via The Good Book Stall
The enigmatic title – not an address as I first imagined! – represents what the author sees as the three expressions of monasticism: solitary prayer and contemplation; hospitality, serving the community; and mission. Subtitled ‘monastic rhythms for contemporary living’, the book attempts to draw from Christianity’s long tradition of the cloister strands that may enhance and improve the Spiritual ‘walk’ of those of us who choose to stay in the world. While extolling the benefits of a structured life, the book itself does not seem to be structured in a logical way, and the chapters do not lead on smoothly one from another. Reading it simply out of interest, as I did, this was not a problem, but anyone looking for a real sense of the effect of monastic values on their life might find the style somewhat frustrating. This said, several website addresses are given where further, more detailed, information can be found. An intriguing introduction to a deep subject.
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Details for Cave Refectory Road
|Author / Artist||Ian Adams|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (August 2010)|
|Number of Pages||128|
|Page last updated||16th January 2018|