Yet elsewhere--most notably in sub-Saharan Africa--burgeoning Anglican churches have once again discovered the vital balance between warm piety and historic rootedness
The remainder of Swyripa's study traces the beginnings and evolution of this persistent and collective sense of rootedness
and the meaning of "place" through the lens of pioneer ethno-religiosity.
Although Thurston, a recognized Merton scholar, does not mention this twentieth-century Cistercian by name, I tend to agree with Esther deWaal's comment in the Foreword that Merton's ongoing quest for rootedness
provides an unstated backdrop for Thurston's thinking, writing, and praying.
of the Gospel itself that pastoral leadership is
This massive narrative escapes the status of mere chronicle through its spirited style, its perceptive appraisal of its cast of (frequently episcopal) characters, and its sense of the rootedness
of ecclesiastical in social history.
Alam examines the geopolitical consequences of Israeli colonization and Zionism's rootedness
in multiple histories of ethnic cleansing.
The book will also include portraits of some of the extraordinary men and women she admires and who embody her deep love of country, her strong rootedness
in faith, and her profound love and appreciation of family," the Telegraph quoted a statement from HarperCollins as stating.
But it generates a constant conflict between rootedness
and feeling uprooted.
At the same time, he wants to show that the very rootedness
of shari'a reasoning in the Qur'an and traditions about the Prophet precludes the possibility that anything should become permissible.
s essays, he could appreciate their rootedness
in concrete moral traditions.
4 The curve on the ' y' down stroke is shaky suggesting a lack of rootedness
Mr Baccar who made the announcement during the international colloquium on "Numismatics and the history of money coins in Tunisia ", also said that the choice of the scholar to illustrate the banknote was in line with Tunisia's rootedness
in Arab Moslem sources.