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List of Mystics

List of Mystics.

1st century.

​The Orthodox lie about Christian mystics begins with labelling St. John who wrote the Book of Revelation (and therefore Daniel in the OT) as a mystic because the Book of Revelation has mysterious symbolism.


2nd century .


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11th century .


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17th century .


18th century .


19th century .


20th century .


See also .


Sources .

  • John Ferguson; Encyclopedia of Mysticism and Mystery Religions (Crossroad: New York, 1982)

  • William Ralph Inge; Christian Mysticism (Methuen: London, 1899)

  • Rufus M. Jones; Sprititual Reformers in the 16th and 17th Centuries (Beacon Press: Boston, 1959)

  • E.H. Broadbent; The Pilgrim Church (Pickering & Inglis, Bassingstoke, 1985)

  • Paul Szarmach, editor; An Introduction to the Medieval Mystics of Europe (State University of New York Press: Albany, 1984)

  • R.I. Moore; The Birth of Popular Heresy (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975)

  • Evelyn Underhill; Mystics of the Church (Morehouse-Barlow: Wilton CT, 1925)

  • F.C. Happold; Mysticism, A Study and an Anthology (Penguin Books: Baltimore, 1963)

Source - wiki .

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