Bernard of Clairvaux The Steps of Humility and Pride, on Loving God

ISBN-10: 087907115X

ISBN-13: 9780879071158

Edition: Reprint 

Authors: Bernard of Clairvaux, Bernard Flanagan

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The son of burgundian nobility, Bernard admitted after years of struggle that humility remained for him the most elusive of the virtues. Yet the uncompromising vehemence of his love for God made him strive for what monastic tradition taught is indispensable to anyone hoping to share God's perfect love.
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Book details

Publisher: Liturgical Press
Publication date: 4/1/1989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 104
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.286
Language: English

The foremost reformer of his age, Bernard of Clairvaux spearheaded the Cistercian movement, reestablishing serious discipline and spirituality in the corrupt Benedictine monasteries. His mystical thought is enormously influential, and deservedly so, but he was also, like many reformers, very much a conservative who opposed the progressive philosophical movement of his age. This was a time when philosophy was freeing itself from theology, with the establishment of schools of logic and the liberal arts that were no longer under the thumb of the theologians, where faculty interest centered on nontheological issues. Bernard is especially known for his attacks on Peter Abelard and Gilbert de la Porree (1076--1154).

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