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Evelyn Underhill (1875–1925) was an Anglican “Spiritual Ecumenist” who viewed prayer as central to Church unity. As Secretary of the Spiritual Entente, a prayer movement in the early 1920s, Underhill wrote a leaflet outlining its four aims. First, the Entente was to include members of any...
The late Rev. Mark A. McIntosh, PhD, was well-known as a spiritual theologian and a scholar of divine ideas tradition. In his roughly thirty-year career as a priest and professor of systematic, historical, and spiritual theology, McIntosh remained focused on articulating his developing...
This article, by the late theologian Mark McIntosh, first appeared in the summer 1995 (volume 77, #3) issue of Anglican Theological Review.
This essay honors the legacy of Mark McIntosh. Mark was passionate about the unity between theology and spirituality. In his scholarship and teaching, Mark focused on the unified endeavors of speaking about God and living in vital relationship with God. Rooted in the biblical and patristic...
Like many of his students, my introduction to Mark was through his Mystical Theology: The Integrity of Spirituality and Theology. While it has been many years since I have revisited that work, the impression it left on me is still as fresh as the day I first finished it; however, it wasn’t until...
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