Here is an award winning, new translation that brings to light Gregory s complex identity as an early mystic Gregory c 332 395 was one of the Greek Cappadocian Fathers, along with St Basil the Great and St Gregory Nazianzen....
|Title||:||Gregory of Nyssa: The Life of Moses (Classics of Western Spirituality)|
|Number of Pages||:||470 Pages|
|File Size||:||964 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Gregory of Nyssa: The Life of Moses (Classics of Western Spirituality) Reviews
The spiritual journey is the oldest and longest journey known to humankind. It has fascinated and intrigued cultures down through the centuries. Inner spiritual experiences are found in all religious traditions around the world. In Judaism, we find reflections on the life of Moses and others, offering examples of personal spiritual growth (I discuss this in my review of Martini's,
Amazing book from a time not our own to help us be countercultural.
This is a fine book on so many levels, as other reviewers have pointed out. So I will focus on one relatively narrow aspect of the book, and that's the nature of hermeneutics used by St. Gregory.
A good read overall.
This book was recommended by a talk by David B. Hart; I'm glad I got it. Learning from the Greek fathers is enlightening.
Purchased this to add to my Classics of Western Spirituality collection. When I get around to reading it, probably years from now, I'll probably review it then.