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Paulist Press The Book of Creation: An Introduction to Celtic Spirituality

In Celtic tradition, the "Book of Creation" is the place where we may "read" what the Creator has said to us. J. Philip Newell here reflects on the seven days of creation as a manifestation of God, from the light of God to the stillness of God. By using these creation signs as revelation, Newell opens up readers to the wonder and presence of God at the heart of everyday life.
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