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A Pilgrimage of Paradoxes
A Pilgrimage of Paradoxes
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A Pilgrimage of Paradoxes

A Backpacker's Encounters with God and Nature
Mark Clavier
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A Pilgrimage of Paradoxes

A Backpacker's Encounters with God and Nature
Mark Clavier
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Mark Clavier examines a series of paradoxes that lie at the heart of Christian faith: eternity and time, silence and words, and wonder and the commonplace. In an intellectual reflection on an overnight trek on Cadair Idris in Wales and other wilderness walks, he explores the oft-hidden connections between faith, society, and nature. Each reflection ranges widely through history, folklore, poetry, philosophy, and theology to consider what these paradoxes can teach us about God, ourselves, and our world. Drawing on the recent upsurge in interest in the personal experience of landscapes and memory, this book invites readers to walk with Clavier in the Appalachians, Norway, Iceland, the Alps, and around Britain as he discovers the ways in which Christianity is profoundly earthed. By weaving together nature-writing, memoir, social commentary, and theological reflection A Pilgrimage of Paradoxes uses a memorable mountain journey in the ancient landscape of Wales to draw readers into reflecting about what it means to belong.

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Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing
Year
2021
ISBN
9780567703590
Topic
Theology & Religion
Subtopic
Theology
Edition
1

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