Heaven in ordinary : George Herbert and his writings /
"George Herbert (1593-1633) is one of English spirituality's most treasured voices and, with his contemporaries Lancelot Andrewes Izaak Walton and Nicholas Ferrar, he epitomises the best of the 17th century Anglican tradition - learned, holy and self-effacing." "Before settling d...
|Main Author:||Herbert, George, 1593-1633.|
|Other Authors:||Sheldrake, Philip.|
Canterbury studies in spiritual theology.
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|020|||a 9781853119484 (pbk.)|
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|050||4|||a PR3507 |b .A4 2009|
|100||1|||a Herbert, George, |d 1593-1633.|
|245||1||0|||a Heaven in ordinary : |b George Herbert and his writings / |c edited and introduced by Philip Sheldrake.|
|260|||a Norwich : |b Canterbury Press, |c 2009.|
|300|||a viii, 178 p. ; |c 24 cm.|
|490||1|||a Canterbury studies in spiritual theology|
|504|||a Includes bibliographical references (p. -173) and indexes.|
|520||1|||a "George Herbert (1593-1633) is one of English spirituality's most treasured voices and, with his contemporaries Lancelot Andrewes Izaak Walton and Nicholas Ferrar, he epitomises the best of the 17th century Anglican tradition - learned, holy and self-effacing." "Before settling down as a country parish priest - a calling that was cut short by his early death aged 39 - he was a complex character who led a varied life in politics and academia. His inner tensions resulted in memorable writing and a rich spirituality" "Richly illustrated with excerpts from his poetry, prose and letters, this volume offers a comprehensive study guide to one of the most loved poetic voices."--BOOK JACKET.|
|600||1||0|||a Herbert, George, |d 1593-1633 |x Religion.|
|700||1|||a Sheldrake, Philip.|
|830||0|||a Canterbury studies in spiritual theology.|
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|852||0|||b MAIN |h PR3507 |i .A4 2009|