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How to See a Vision: Contemplative Ethics in Julian of Norwich and Teresa of Avila by [Richard Norton]
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Richard Norton is an independent scholar who read post-graduate Theology at University of Bristol and Law at the University of Kingston. He has lectured in Seminaries, University Colleges and Independent Schools in the UK, Sudan and Zimbabwe. He is currently Joint Director of Studies at MONOS - the centre for the study of monastic spirituality and culture and Head of Fundraising for an international chidren's charity Childaid to Russia & the Republics.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (15 Aug. 2013)
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  • Language: English
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I wrote this so I'm bound to love it!! It explores the connection between how we pray and our ethical attitudes and does so by way of the mystical experiences of Julian of Norwich and Teresa of Avila before applying both to some major contemporary issues.
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