The Beauty of Holiness and the Holiness of Beauty

Art, Sanctity, and the Truth of Catholicism

Author: John Saward

Publisher: Ignatius Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 200

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This book is a unique meditation on the beauty of Christ and His saints and centers on several works of art by Fra Angelico. Saward has written a book not on art history but on the spendor of Catholic truth. Beauty is the splendor of truth.

The Beauty of Holiness

Phoebe Palmer as Theologian, Revivalist, Feminist and Humanitarian

Author: Charles Edward White

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

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Category: Religion

Page: 352

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Offers a biography of the Methodist evangelist and writer who promoted the doctrine of Christian perfection.

The Beauty of Holiness

Anglicanism and Architecture in Colonial South Carolina

Author: Louis P. Nelson

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

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Category: Architecture

Page: 496

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Intermingling architectural, cultural, and religious history, Louis Nelson reads Anglican architecture and decorative arts as documents of eighteenth-century religious practice and belief. In The Beauty of Holiness, he tells the story of the Church of England in colonial South Carolina, revealing how the colony's Anglicans negotiated the tensions between the persistence of seventeenth-century religious practice and the rising tide of Enlightenment thought and sentimentality. Nelson begins with a careful examination of the buildings, grave markers, and communion silver fashioned and used by early Anglicans. Turning to the religious functions of local churches, he uses these objects and artifacts to explore Anglican belief and practice in South Carolina. Chapters focus on the role of the senses in religious understanding, the practice of the sacraments, and the place of beauty, regularity, and order in eighteenth-century Anglicanism. The final section of the book considers the ways church architecture and material culture reinforced social and political hierarchies. Richly illustrated with more than 250 architectural images and photographs of religious objects, The Beauty of Holiness depends on exhaustive fieldwork to track changes in historical architecture. Nelson imaginatively reconstructs the history of the Church of England in colonial South Carolina and its role in public life, from its early years of ambivalent standing within the colony through the second wave of Anglicanism beginning in the early 1750s.

The Beauty of Holiness

The Caroline Divines and Their Writings

Author: Benjamin Guyer

Publisher: Canterbury Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 230

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The Beauty of Holiness: The Caroline Divines and Their Writings offers an expansive and detailed portrait of the continued maturation of Anglican theology and devotion in the central half of the seventeenth century. The Caroline Divines have long been hailed as the patrons of an Anglican ‘golden age’. Their emphasis upon liturgical renewal and development, like their emphases upon learning and piety, have had a pervasive influence on the Anglican ethos that extends down to our own day. The Beauty of Holiness includes selections from key figures such as Lancelot Andrewes, John Cosin, and Jeremy Taylor, but also expands the canon of Caroline divinity to include lay writings, some of which were published posthumously. Traditional topics such as sacramental theology and private devotion are complimented by readings on poetry as a spiritual discipline, natural theology, and the importance of family prayers. Chapters survey diverse facets of Anglican orthodoxy such as liturgical practice, the cult of King Charles the Martyr, and defenses of the celebration of Christmas, while an introductory essay sets these developments within the historical context. The Beauty of Holiness thus functions as both an introduction to the Anglican past and a catechism for the Anglican present.

The Beauty of Holiness

A Sermon, Preached at the Consecration of St. James's Chapel of Ease, in the Parish of Hillsborough, December 30, 1842

Author: Richard Mant

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Category: Bible

Page: 36

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The Worship of God in the Beauty of Holiness

A Sermon Preach'd in the Parish-church of St. Austin, Decemb. 21. 1712. at the First Opening of that Church, After Its Being Repair'd and Beautified

Author: Robert Newton (D.D.)

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Category: Sermons, English

Page: 23

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The Holiness of God

Author: R. C. Sproul

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

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Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 871

This book by R.C. Sproul is a look at the meaning of holiness and why people are both fascinated and terrified by a holy God. It is a profound, moving investigation of the character of God which defines all we are and do as Christians.