Histories of the monks of upper Egypt ; and, The life of Onnophrius /
The desert stood in stark opposition to the oikoumene, the inhabited world of the fourth century. Not because the world was a bad place, but because the desert -- understood geographically, religiously, spiritually and mystically -- was the harsh, uncompromising place where the Christian could be pe...
|Published:||Kalamazoo, Mich. : Cistercian Publications, c1993.|
|Series:||Cistercian studies series ;
no. 140 |
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