Pioneers of Modern Spirituality

The Neglected Anglican Innovators of a “Spiritual but Not Religious” Age

Jane Shaw

Oct/2018, 136 Pages, PAPER, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-13: 9780898691672

• Recovery of forgotten figures in Anglican spirituality with import for today
• Written by an eminent scholar of the Anglican Communion

Distinguished Anglican theologian Jane Shaw presents four of the early 20thcentury Anglican innovators in spirituality and assesses how they might help us develop a renewed Anglican spirituality for our own "spiritual but not religious" age. These four Anglicans—Percy Deamer, Evelyn Underhill, Somerset Ward, and Rose Macaulay—are people who revived spirituality at a time, like our own, when people were questioning institutional religion.

Audience: Seekers, church leaders, clergy, those interested in spiritual renewal

Jane Shaw, is a theologian, historian, and priest who is professor of religious studies and dean for religious life at Stanford University and Evelyn Underhill Professor of Historical Theology at the Graduate Theological Foundation. Previously, she was official fellow and dean of divinity of New College, Oxford, and dean of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. She has a doctoral degree in history from the University of California at Berkeley, Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University, and honorary doctorates from the Episcopal Divinity School, Colgate University, and the Graduate Theological Foundation.

Keywords

  • Anglican Spirituality
  • Spiritual Renewal

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