The Spiritual Practice of Remembering Paperback

by Margaret Lamberts Bendroth;

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The Spiritual Practice of Remembering

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We often dismiss history as dull or irrelevant, but our modern disengagement from the past puts us fundamentally out of step with the long witness of the Christian tradition. Yet, says Margaret Bendroth, the past tense is essential to our language of faith, and without it our conversation is limited and thin. This accessible, beautifully written book presents a new argument for honoring the past. The Christian tradition gives us the powerful image of a vast communion of saints, all of God's people, both living and dead, in vital conversation with each other. This kind of connection with our ancestors in the faith, Bendroth maintains, will not happen by wishing or by accident. She argues that remembering must become a regular spiritual practice, part of the rhythm of our daily lives as we recognize our world to be, in many ways, a gift from others who have gone before.

The Spiritual Practice of Remembering by Margaret Lamberts Bendroth was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in January 2014. The ISBN for The Spiritual Practice of Remembering is 9780802868978.

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Details for The Spiritual Practice of Remembering

Page last updated 30th August 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (January 2014)
Number of Pages144
Thickness9 mm
Height240 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4244083
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