A Book for All Time

I’ve posted the text of the talk I gave in February at the “Awakening in God’s Love” conference to my website. This conference was sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta’s Institute for Ministry and Theological Education. It was a celebration of the life and work of Anglican writer and contemplative Evelyn Underhill, marking the centennial of the publication of her book Mysticism: The Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness.

In the morning at the conference, scholar Dana Greene provided an overview of Underhill’s biography and major works. My talk, presented in the afternoon, was more of an appreciation of how Underhill’s writing remains relevant 70 years after she died. If you’d like to read the talk, just follow this link:

A Book for All Time: Why Underhill’s Mysticism Still Matters

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