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Author Topic: The Celtic Quest: A Contemporary Spirituality  (Read 1514 times)

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The Celtic Quest: A Contemporary Spirituality
« on: August 19, 2012, 02:19:58 pm »


Title: The Celtic Quest: A Contemporary Spirituality
Author(s): Rosemary Power
Publisher: Columba Press
Publication Date: January 2011
ISBN: 1856076989
ISBN-13: 978-1856076982
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This book looks at Celtic spirituality in the modern age. At its best, Celtic spirituality seems to fill a real need, and whether it is historically true, it has developed in its own right. However, it is also true that much of what is called Celtic is derived from what others have written, often known at third hand, which has then been cited as fact, or adapted by new writers. Either way it is worth considering how and why this has happened and to learn more about how Celtic spirituality has developed, why it is so important at present, and how, in spite of these drawbacks, it remains so attractive.

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The Celtic Quest: A Contemporary Spirituality
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2012, 07:41:16 am »
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Title: The Celtic Quest: A Contemporary Spirituality
Author(s): Rosemary Power
Publisher: Columba Press
Publication Date: January 2011
ISBN: 1856076989
ISBN-13: 978-1856076982
Current Price and More Info from Amazon

[size=+1]Description:[/size]
This book looks at Celtic spirituality in the modern age. At its best, Celtic spirituality seems to fill a real need, and whether it is historically true, it has developed in its own right. However, it is also true that much of what is called Celtic is derived from what others have written, often known at third hand, which has then been cited as fact, or adapted by new writers. Either way it is worth considering how and why this has happened and to learn more about how Celtic spirituality has developed, why it is so important at present, and how, in spite of these drawbacks, it remains so attractive.

[size=+1]Special Notes:[/size]


[size=-1]Legal Notes: Some description text and item pictures in this post may come from Amazon.com and are used by permission. The Cauldron is an Amazon Affiliate and purchases made through the Amazon links in this message help support The Cauldron.[/size]

[size=+1]Discussion and reviews of this book are welcome in this thread. If you've read the book, please tell us what you think of it and why.[/size]

Am reading this at the moment. Caveat: it's about Celtic Christianity (though it respectfully acknowledges Pagan Celtic spirituality) - I'm interested in Celtic Christianity and the places where it has things in common with Celtic Paganism. I'll post a review when I've finished.
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