William of St Thierry
- (c. 1085–1148)Theologian and Mystic.William was born in Liège, France; he joined the Benedictine Order and became Abbot of St Thierry in c. 1120. He was a close friend of St bernard of clairvaux and in 1135 he resigned his position to join the contemplative Cistercians in Signy. He was the author of several mystical works as well as careful theological refutations of the ideas of abelard and william of conches. His best-known writing was his Epistola ad Fratres de Monte Dei de Vita Solitaria, which was a summary of his religious experience and ideas. This has also been attributed to Bernard.D.N. Bell, The Image and Likeness: The Augustinian Spirituality of William of St Thierry (1984);B. McGinn, The Growth of Mysticism (1996).
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