Prophetic Lifestyle and the Celtic Way
This volume explores the parallels between the Celtic Christian faith and the developing spirituality of the prophetic lifestyle. As the West enters ... Show synopsis This volume explores the parallels between the Celtic Christian faith and the developing spirituality of the prophetic lifestyle. As the West enters a new "dark ages" of ignorance and paganism, the authors remind readers that the Church has been here before - when the Roman Empire collapsed in the 4th century and spiritual darkness prevailed. God began to bring light through communities of men and women who lived a radical, deeply spiritual, powerful and prophetic Christian life. They emphasized the goodness of creation, the value of simplicity and pilgrimage, the importance of spiritual warfare and the value of prophecy. The division between secular and sacred simply did not operate. The authors recount their own increasing awareness of God's presence as they became conscious of the way God speaks to them: through the natural world; dreams and vision; and parables and stories. They then explore what it means to live prophetically, waiting on God, working in community and being able to accept loose ends.
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