Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mysticism in the Middle: The Mandorla as Interpretive Tool for Reading Meister Eckhart, by Jeffrey Cooper

In an article appearing in the latest issue of Spiritus, Jeffrey Cooper draws on terminology from the art world to interpret a medieval mystic’s teachings. His essay begins with the following paragraph: The spirituality of Meister Eckhart (1260–1328) is fundamentally chiaroscuro … Continue reading

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Article: Georgia Harkness: A Chastened Liberal Spirituality for the Mainline Protestant Church, by Joseph D. Driskill

Joseph Driskill’s SSCS Presidential Address, delivered at an SSCS session of the American Academy of Religion meeting last November, appears as an article in the newly published spring issue of Spiritus. Here is an excerpt from the article’s introductory section: Among her accomplishments, Harkness published … Continue reading

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