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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 246

Size: 180x130

Publisher: Veritas

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How To Sit With God



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Silence and interiority are not merely the preserve of Eastern religions and philosophies; Christianity, as Jean-Marie Gueullette explains in this essential guide, offers a very simple way of praying in silence, by focusing on the presence of God through the inner repetition of his name.
How to Sit with God explores various approaches to Christian meditation and invites readers to share in its long and storied history. It also explains how readers can introduce ‘monologist’ prayer or ‘the prayer of inner silence’ into their own spiritual lives in a pragmatic way and explores its rich benefits, for both body and soul.

Jean-Marie Gueullette OP teaches at the Catholic University of Lyon, where he directs the Interdisciplinary Centre of Ethics. He has published books on the history of spirituality and others in the field of medical ethics and the philosophy of medicine.

Kieran J. O’Mahony OSA is an Augustinian friar and a biblical scholar. He works for the Archdiocese of Dublin as coordinator of biblical studies. Among his publications are Do We Still Need St Paul? and Speaking from Within: Biblical Approaches for Effective Preaching, both published by Veritas.

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