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Mysticism: a select bibliography

Umesh D. Sharma

Mysticism: a select bibliography

by Umesh D. Sharma

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Published by Waterloo Lutheran University in Waterloo, Ont .
Written in English

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  • Mysticism -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Umesh Sharma and John Arndt.
    ContributionsArndt, John.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7819 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination109 p.
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5471422M
    ISBN 100969099886
    LC Control Number73174548
    OCLC/WorldCa741547

    -- Barbara Newman, Professor of English, Religion, and Classics, John Evans Professor of Latin, Northwestern University "An unusually clear and insightful exposition of major texts selected by one of the greatest scholars in the field of Christian mysticism, based on his vast erudition and uniquely sensitive interpretation. Like his other books.   In my books The Big Book of Christian Mysticism and Christian Mystics: Seers, Saints and Sages, I suggest a number of books that anyone interested in learning more about Christian mysticism.

    This book is both universal in its scope and discriminating in Select Bibliography Index. PART I The Meaning of Mysticism. Chapter I mysticism is the same or, with equal assurance, that there are quite distinct types, light from mystical teachings themselves may be. Bibliography of Works Pertaining to the Study of Targum - Okeanos; Midrash Bibliography - Hebrew Union College; The Synagogue - Selected Bibliography - Donald D. Binfer; Bibliography for Research in Rabbinic Judaism - Eliezer Segal; Sefer Yetzirah Bibliography - Scott J. Thompson; Bibliography of Ancient Mysticism: Hekhalot Literature - Meir.

    The Big Book Of Christian Mysticism Author: Carl McColman language: en Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Release Date: PDF Download The Big Book Of Christian Mysticism Books For free written by Carl McColman and has been published by Hampton Roads Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this. Kabbalah - select bibliography of books on Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism compiled by Eliezer Segal Kabbalah - Don Karr's Bibliographic Surveys of English language works Merkabah Mysticism, Hekhalot Literature, Sefer Yetzirah, Early and Later Kabbalah, Zohar, Christian Cabala, Solomonic Magic.


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Many have been gifted writers with an uncanny ability to communicate the great realities of life with both a theologian's precision and a poet's lyricism. They use words to jolt us into recognizing ineffable mysteries surging beneath the surface of our lives and within /5(2).

Little Book of Eternal Wisdom. Tauler, Johann. Inge, W. Light, Life and Love: Selections from the German Mystics of the Middle Ages. Tauler, The Inner Way.

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Richard of St. Victor links. Early Modern Mysticism ( CE). Books shelved as catholic-mysticism: Interior Castle by Teresa of Ávila, Hungry Souls: Supernatural Visits, Messages, and Warnings from Purgatory by Gera. Writing a book on the history of Christian mysticism would be a daunting task for any historian, because everyone is looking for something different.

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Most studies have concentrated their. This book offers the reader an introduction to the writings of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Nicholas of Cusa, Paracelsus, Jacob Boehme, Angelus Silesius, Novalis and includes the more recent thinkers, such as Schopenhauer and Wittgenstein, who were influenced by the tradition.

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Mysticism, rather than being just a visionary perception, then becomes a problem-solving process that brings about a creative transformation of the personality at a critical stage in life. He suggests also that saints may be imperfect morally and describes true saints as double-minded: they are serious in.

Select Bibliography on the History of Ancient Israel and Judah (Victor Bibliography on the Book of Jubilees (Thomas Knittel) Joseph Dan's Works on Jewish Mysticism; Selected Bibliography on Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism (Eliezer Segal) Bibliography. From the Jacket The god—intoxicated twelve Vaisnava Saints of South India popularly known as Alvars, who lived between fifth and eighth centuries A.D.

represent a significant phase of Vaisnava Philosophy and Religion which provided a solid foundation for the development of the system of Visistadvaita Vedanta in the hands of Ramanuja and his illustrious successors.5. Contra Faustum Manichaeum (Against Faustus the Manichee) [/98], in thirty-three books (some very brief).* Faustus was a Manichean bishop Augustine had known in his own days in the sect (cf.

Book 5 of Conf.). 6. Contra Secundinum Manichaeum, cum epistula eiusdem auctoris (Against the Manichee Secundinus, with a letter by Secundinus) [].This chapter examines Dōgen (–), the founder of Sōtō Zen and Japan's finest spiritual writer. The term zen as Dōgen once noted, is short for zazen which means “seated meditation”.

Zen is thus the “meditation school” of Buddhism. If one defines mysticism as it is often defined, as the experience of the soul's union with God, then clearly Dōgen is no mystic.