In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic Holy Islands



✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic Holy Islands By Daniel Taylor ✼ – E17streets4all.co.uk A spiritual travel memoir with a palatable dose of Christian history interlacing an account of a trip to three small islands with the history of Celtic Christianity in those places all in service of a A spiritual of Sacred PDF Æ travel memoir with a palatable dose of Christian history interlacing an account of a trip to three small islands with the history of Celtic Christianity in those places all in service of an ongoing meditation about the human yearning for meaning.In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic Holy Islands

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In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic
  • Hardcover
  • 169 pages
  • In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic Holy Islands
  • Daniel Taylor
  • English
  • 14 August 2014
  • 9780970651112

10 thoughts on “In Search of Sacred Places: Looking for Wisdom on Celtic Holy Islands

  1. says:

    This is a very thoughtful well written book It has a searching sort of feel to it with allusions to pilgrimage and journeys as the author explores the world of Celtic Christians Parts of the book are just beautiful

  2. says:

    very thoughtful writing and captured many good aspects of pilgrimage

  3. says:

    I think it is difficult to exaggerate the impact of this book on my life When I read it for the first time I was in undergrad a small Christian liberal arts school where I struggled to figure out my place in this world Taylor's writing humorously self deprecating both kind and frank was a balm and a challenge as I negotiated the home of the spiritual in our brick and mortar lives Rereading it seven years later I find it better than I remembered and realize that there are other authors whose works I like primarily because their best parts sometimes remind me of the grace of Dan Taylor's words

  4. says:

    An excellent look at Celtic pilgrimage in the sections on Iona Skellig Michael and the conclusion in pilgrimage takeaways The pieces in the middle on Lindisfarne and illustrated gospels aren't nearly as strong and the specifically travel memoir parts are too light and goofy compared to the first and last chunks

  5. says:

    I love DTThis book made me long to go on a real pilgrimage Also enjoy this uote from St Brigid a tenth century Irish saint I should like a great lake of aleFor the King of kings;I should like the family of HeavenTo be drinking it through time eternal

  6. says:

    Another soul mate Daniel Taylor Love this book

  7. says:

    LOVE all of Daniel Taylor's books

  8. says:

    This book is special to me because a dear friend shared it with me and we read it together I'll have to reread for specific review comments

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