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Contents: Preface; Cassian and the Conferences; Martha and Mary: distraction and discretion; Job: the ambidextrous hero; Abraham and Moses: withdrawal and obedience; Prophets, psalms, and proverbs: the continuity of experience; Afterword: transformative knowledge and experiential transmission; Appendix; Select bibliography; Index

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Christopher J. Kelly received his PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Iowa in 2007 and is currently Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. His areas of interest include historical theology, the origins and development of Christian monasticism, religious mythology, and world religions.

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'By using the example of the biblical exegesis in Cassian's Conferences concerning Martha and Mary, Job, Abraham and Moses, as well as the Prophets, Psalms, and Proverbs, Kelly's work is an excellent introduction to early Christian monasticism as well as to monastic exegesis. It would be a useful text to adopt in courses on monasticism on early Christian exegesis, and is written in a very accessible style... Kelly's book is a marvellous introductory text.' Catholic Books Review 'Kelly has succeeded in his intention to demonstrate how Cassian used Scripture 'to propose an ideal for living the monastic life' (p. ix). He writes in an accessible way which those wishing to use this work as an introduction to Cassian and early exegetical methods will welcome.' Journal of Theological Studies 'Christopher Kelly has provided a thought-provoking study... The strength of this thoughtful study is the way in which the author relates themes in monastic life to the text of the bible, which is indeed the basis for monastic life in Egypt.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History 'Throughout this well-organised, easy-to-use, and structured work, Kelly is careful to contextualise Cassian's exegesis within a broader patristic context, thereby helping the reader see the significance of mimesis.' Expository Times

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