Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes.
|Statement||by Bernard McGinn.|
|Series||The presence of God ;, v. 4|
|LC Classifications||BV5075 .M37 1994 vol. 4, BV5077.G3 .M37 1994 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005032733|
The fourth volume in the universally-acclaimed The Presence of God series, The Harvest of Mysticism is a tour-de-force study of medieval German mysticism from Thomas Aquinas and his master, Albert the Great to Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa, and including Jan van Brand: Crossroad Publishing Company. Dec 01, · This book is the fourth in a general series by Bernard McGinn on the history of Christian mysticism. In this volume McGinn surveys the mystical movement which flourished in 14th century Germany, starting with the famous speculative mystic Meister Eckhart.5/5(5). 'Will undoubtedly be the authoritative study for years to come,'America. An extraordinarily readable synthesis of history, theology, spirituality, anthropology, and psychology by one who is equally versed in Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant traditions. Covers Eckhart, van Ruusbroeck, and Tauler. pages, softcover. Crossroad. The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany ( Pages: The fourth volume in the acclaimed The Presence of God series, The Harvest of Mysticism is a tour-de-force study of medieval German mysticism from Thomas Aquinas and his .
Apr 18, · T his is the fourth volume of an extensive series: two further volumes are promised, so that the complete work will be a quite magisterial treatment of its subject-matter. One must feel something approaching awe at the author's courage in undertaking such a monumental task. Though mysticism has had a place in Christianity from very early times, it has also had its critics who have questioned Author: John Macquarrie. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany (The Presence of God) (Volume 4) at lfcmalta.com Read honest and . The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany by Bernard McGinn. (The Presence of God. A History of Western Christian Mysticism, 4.) New York: Crossroad Publishing, Pp. Author: Barbara Newman. The Friends of God (German: Gottesfreunde; or gotesvriunde) was a medieval mystical group of both ecclesiastical and lay persons within the Catholic Church (though it nearly became a separate sect) and a center of German lfcmalta.com was founded between and during the Avignon Papacy of the Western Schism, a time of great turmoil for the Catholic Church.
Acclaimed worldwide this authoritative series is the best and most comprehensive history of Western Christian Mysticism available to date. Upon request from libraries, collections and scholars Herder&Herder offers this special hardcover edition. This volume is a tour-de-force study of classic German mystical thought from Thomas Aquinas and his master, Albert the Great to Cardinal Nicholas . The fourth volume in the universally-acclaimed The Presence of God series, The Harvest of Mysticism is a tour-de-force study of medieval German mysticism from Thomas Aquinas and his master, Albert the Great to Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa, and including Jan van . The heart of the book is a set of case-studies of four medieval Christian mystics: Bernard of Clairvaux, Hildegard of Bingen, Bonaventure, and Meister Eckhart. Geared to a broad audience. • The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany (). Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Report Refworks Print Mysticism--Germany--History--Middle Ages, More Details. author. McGinn, Bernard, series author. McGinn, Bernard, title. The harvest of mysticism in medieval Germany () / by Bernard McGinn. series title. The presence of God ; v. 4. series title. Presence of.