4 edition of Merton & Judaism found in the catalog.
Merton & Judaism
Includes bibliographical references (p. -398 and index.
|Other titles||Merton and Judaism|
|Statement||compiled and edited by Beatrice Bruteau ; with a foreword by Victor A. Kramer.|
|Series||The Fons vitae Thomas Merton series|
|Contributions||Bruteau, Beatrice, 1930-|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.E7174 M47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||415 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||415|
|LC Control Number||2003105992|
Judaism, Christianity & Islam > Jewish & Christian Spirituality > Thomas Merton. Thomas Merton's Dance with the Feminine is a unique, unified, multi-genre work that includes dialogue, imaginary letters, poems, and reflective essays by two established Canadian poets. Taking cues from Merton himself, Susan and John establish a playful, jazzy. Merton & Judaism: Holiness in Words: Recognition, Repentance, and Renewal: Edward K. Kaplan, Victor A. Kramer, Beatrice Bruteau, Terrence A. Taylor:
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This book’s interpretation displays how Judaism fostered the inner strength of the “chosen” people. A quantum view of the universe and the understanding of the power of projection are used to make the case that there is still a place for God. As a starting point, the uncertainty of an Anglican bishop concerning belief and faith is used as. Balliol College, University College and Merton College were the first colleges to be incorporated in Oxford, between the years and Merton College was established in ; its deed of sale is the oldest surviving document in Oxford and shockingly, it is written in Hebrew. Merton .
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"'Merton and Judaism' is an important and admirable addition to the Fons Vitae Thomas Merton Series." —Robert Giroux, Farrar, Straus and Giroux. About the Author. Bruteau is a pioneer in the integrated study of science, mathematics, philosophy, and religion.
With a background in Vedanta and Catholic Christianity, as well as the natural Format: Paperback. In 'Merton and Judaism', Merton is presented as making a significant opening to reverent appreciation of Judaism as he aspires to be, or claims to be, "a true Jew under my Catholic skin”.
The book is intended to be not only a Merton book, but a Jews-and- Christians book, a valuable contribution to that very earnest conversation going on now at a level it has never before enjoyed.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Thomas Merton and a full Christian teshuva / James Carroll --Thomas Merton and Judaism / William H. Shannon --The eclipse of difference: Merton's encounter with Judaism / Karl A. Plank --Thomas Merton, the Holocaust, and the eclipse of difference / Merton & Judaism book Grayston --An open.
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The book describes the evolution from Merton’s early Catholicism to his growing appreciation of Protestantism. Merton and Judaism: Holiness In Words – Recognition, Repentance And Renewal: Outstanding writers discuss Thomas Merton’s discovery of and developing relationship with Judaism.
Features Merton’s correspondence with Jewish. Thomas Merton and Judaism. Thomas Merton Foundation. OCLC Deignan, Kathleen ().
A Book of Hours: At Prayer with Thomas Merton. Schola Ministries. ASIN BJ04NYI. Finley, James (). Thomas Merton's Path to the Palace of Nowhere: The Essential Guide to the Contemplative Teachings of Thomas Merton. Sounds True. ISBN Merton would later be embarrassed by this book, written while he was a young man, both in years (it was published when he was 33), and in his life as a Catholic and monk.
Thomas Merton OCSO (Janu – Decem ) was an American Trappist monk, writer, theologian, mystic, poet, social activist, and scholar of comparativehe was ordained to the priesthood and given the name "Father Louis". Merton wrote more than 50 books in a period of 27 years, mostly on spirituality, social justice and a quiet pacifism, as well as.
“The pre-Christian Merton had come across Aldous Huxley’s book on mysticism, Ends and Means, which sowed an attraction for not only mysticism in general, but for apophatic mysticism--meaning a knowledge of God obtained by negation--that would enable him to later relate to Buddhist teachings about the Void and Emptiness” (“The Thomas.
Biography. Merton was born in New York City to a Jewish father sociologist Robert K. Merton and mother Suzanne Carhart who was from a "multigenerational southern New Jersey Methodist/Quaker family." He grew up in Hastings-on-Hudson, earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mathematics from the School of Engineering and Applied Science of Columbia University, a Masters.
Recent editions include A Note to the Reader by William H. Shannon, Founding President of the International Thomas Merton Society, that seems written to discourage the reader from engaging the book on its own terms and to make one wonder why anyone, much less Merton, ever converted to Catholicism or joined the Trappists.
One of the most famous books ever written about a man’s search for faith and peace. The Seven Storey Mountain tells of the growing restlessness of a brilliant and passionate young man, who at the age of twenty-six, takes vows in one of the most demanding Catholic orders—the Trappist monks.
At the Abbey of Gethsemani, "the four walls of my new freedom," Thomas Merton strugg/5(K). I was there to give a paper on Thomas Merton's dialogue with Jewish and Islamic figures as well as share in what turned out to be an extraordinary gathering of individuals, each of whom had been touched by Merton in untold ways during some point in their lives.
"Living the Legacy: Merton. Externally then there are two aspects of Merton and Judaism that the book's essays emphasize.
Most attention is given to Merton's timely assistance to Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, a member of the Jewish delegation to Vatican ll, in thwarting a rather insulting part of third draft of the Council's.
Merton left a durable record of celebrity for a man who entered a monastery at age 26 (in ) and remained a monk (though not always abbey-bound) until his death in Merton was a prolific writer. A brief biography on the Abbey of Gethsemani website says that “more than 60 titles of Merton’s writings are in print in English.”.
Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, one of the important Jewish innovators in postwar America, inspiration to a generation and ecumenical spiritualist, has died at An exhibition held in Merton College’s Upper Library, March to September The early books containing Hebrew text or printed entirely in Hebrew now in the Merton library can be divided roughly into two groups.
In the 16th century, Hebrew dictionaries, grammars, and Biblical texts were acquired as aids to studying the Bible. The article explores the evidence of the Marian influence of Thomas Merton as depicted in his book "Thirty Poems." It notes that Merton is a devotee to the Blessed Virgin Mary which was manifested throughout his life, from his pilgrimage to the Marian shrines in Cuba to his dedication of his hermitage to Saint Mary of Carmel in the s.
Thomas Merton’s mature monastic perspectives included his increasing openness to persons of other faith traditions that included Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and Judaism. Through personal contacts and by correspondence, Merton practiced hospitality to experiences of faith by those seeking God in ways that might differ from but also complement Author: William Oliver Paulsell.Pasternak/Merton: six letters [Book] Merton, Thomas, | Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich, Peace in the Post-Christian Era [Book] Merton, Thomas, | edited by .Check out this great listen on Study a premier Jewish writer of the 20th century with one of the century’s most important Catholic authors.
This digitally remastered recording is part of Thomas Merton’s spoken word legacy, and it presents his voice at its most spirit.