The Blackwell Companion to Christian Spirituality
December 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduction: Arthur Holder (Graduate Theological Union).
Part I: What is Christian Spirituality?.
1 Approaches to the Study of Christian Spirituality: Sandra M. Schneiders (Graduate Theological Union).
Part II: Scripture and Christian Spirituality.
2 The Old Testament in Christian Spirituality: Barbara Green (Graduate Theological Union).
3 The New Testament in Christian Spirituality: Bonnie Thurston (ordained minister).
Part III: Christian Spirituality in History.
4 Christian Spirituality during the Roman Empire (100–600): Columba Stewart (Saint John’s School of Theology).
5 Christian Spirituality in Byzantium and the East (600–1700): John A. McGuckin (Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University).
6 Christian Spirituality in the Medieval West (600–1450): Ulrike Wiethaus (Wake Forest University).
7 European Reformations of Christian Spirituality (1450–1700): Jill Raitt (Univeristy of Missouri-Columbia).
8 Christian Spirituality in Europe and North America since 1700: Diana Butler Bass (Virginia Theological Seminary) and Joseph Stewart-Sicking (Virginia Theological Seminary).
9 Christian Spirituality in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Oceania: Richard Fox Young (Princeton Theological Seminary).
Part IV: Theology and Christian Spirituality.
10 Trinitarian Perspectives on Christian Spirituality: Mark A. McIntosh (Loyola University of Chicago).
11 Christology in Christian Spirituality: William Thompson-Uberuaga (Duquesne University).
12 The Holy Spirit in Christian Spirituality: Robert Davis Hughes III (University of the South, Sewanee).
13 Christian Spirituality and the Theology of the Human Person: Philip Endean (University of Oxford).
14 The Church as Context for Christian Spirituality: David Lonsdale (University of London).
15 Sacramentality and Christian Spirituality: Ann Loades (University of Durham).
16 Christian Spirituality and Theological Ethics: William C. Spohn (University of Santa Clara).
Part V: Interdisciplinary Dialogue Partners for the Study of Christian Spirituality.
17 Social Sciences; John A. Coleman (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles)18 Personality Sciences: Janet K. Ruffing (Fordham University).
19 Natural Sciences: Robert John Russell (Graduate Theological Union).
20 Aesthetics: Alejandro García-Rivera (Graduate Theological Union).
21 Feminist Studies: Amy Hollywood (University of Chicago Divinity School).
22 Ritual Studies: Susan J. White (Texas Christian University).
23 Theology of Religions : Michael Barnes (University of London).
Part VI: Special Topics in Contemporary Christian Spirituality.
24 Experience: David Hay (University of Aberdeen).
25 Mysticism: David B. Perrin (Saint Paul University).
26 Interpretation: Philip F. Sheldrake (University of Durham).
27 Nature: Douglas Burton-Christie (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles).
28 Practice: Elizabeth Liebert (San Francisco Theological Seminary).
29 Liberation: Michael Battle (Duke University).
30 Interfaith Encounter: Kwok Pui-lan (Episcopal Divinity School).