For All That Has Been, Thanks (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
208
Utgivningsdatum
2010-12-17
Upplaga
paperback
Förlag
Canterbury Press Norwich
Dimensioner
217 x 137 x 15 mm
Vikt
229 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781848250536
For All That Has Been, Thanks (häftad)

For All That Has Been, Thanks

Growing a Sense of Gratitude

Häftad Engelska, 2010-12-17
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Rowan Williams, writing in partnership with the bestselling American Benedictine author, Joan Chittister, explores the meaning of a word often spoken in Christian worship, but rarely considered. What are we doing when we say the word 'Alleluia'? In the Old Testament, it is a summons to praise - when it feels appropriate and when it doesn't. In the New Testament it becomes part of the language of praise, used at all times, even to this day in the funeral liturgies in the Eastern Orthodox church. Here then is a clue - it is a call to see the whole of life 'as one long Alleluia moment' as the authors put it, to discover the richness and manifestations of God even when they are hidden from us. Some things we naturally feel grateful for - life, health, comfort, pleasure - but how is it possible to say 'Alleluia' to the parts of life that weigh us down and drain our spirits dry? This book aims to give some very practical answers to how we cultivate 'an Alleluia view' of every present moment, to find the meaning in Dag Hammerskold's famous words: 'For all that has been, thanks - for all that shall be, yes.'
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ROWAN WILLIAMS, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is acclaimed by many as the world's leading theologian. His Canterbury and SCM books have sold over 83,000 copies. JOAN CHITTISTER is a Benedictine nun and popular spiritual writer.