Written as a journal, Journey Back to Eden recounts Mark Gruber's year of spiritual discovery among the austere desert monasteries of Egypt. His journey began almost accidentally as part of his doctoral research, but it became more, much more.
This is the sequel to the authors previous work, A Brush with God, for advanced beginners, intermediate, and advanced iconographers. It presents greater detail and instructions for creating entirely new icons.
In this original book David Greenwood explores how works of art, and especially landscape paintings, can trigger awareness of the transcendental, open paths to religious and spiritual experience, and offer artistic windows into God.
In this book we shall see not only how Dom Theodore Baily approached the entire subject of sacred art, and evaluated the iconographic tradition that preceded him, but also how he sought a corporate future for the liturgical arts in England.
What is chrismation? Nicholas Denysenko breaks open chrismation as sacrament of belonging by exploring its history and liturgical theology. This study offers a sacramental theology of chrismation by examining its relationship with baptism and the Euc