The Imitation Of Christ Thomas A Kempis
As a resource, I wanted to share a snippet I picked up in “The Imitation of Christ,” by Thomas à Kempis: “A certain man being in anxiety of mind, continually tossed about between hope and fear, and.
Internalize Christ, don’t imitate Him – That’s why Carl Jung was critical of the whole concept of Imitatio Christi, the imitation of Christ, as Thomas à Kempis described it. (The modern version is WWJD: What Would Jesus Do?). It can so.
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Although some speculation surrounds his death, John Paul I is believed to have suffered a myocardial infarction in his sleep while reading "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas Kempis. He was later.
They read the Bible and, since the 13th century, many have read a book of wisdom by Thomas A. Kempis called "The Imitation of Christ." The book gives, like Twitter, brief, discursive advice about how.
Reformation historian, award-winning memoirist, and Cuban émigré Carlos Eire says reading the medieval devotional book “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas à Kempis was “a conversion experience.” More.
Although some speculation surrounds his death, John Paul I is believed to have suffered a myocardial infarction in his sleep while reading “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas Kempis. He was later.
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In his devotional classic The Imitation of Christ, Thomas a’ Kempis said, “Set aside the things of time, and seek those of eternity.” And the Puritan theologian John Owen wrote a.
Y Libreria de Subirana Hermanos Calle de la Puertaferrisa, Num 13. 1895 [On the imitation of Christ and contempt for the world by Thomas à Kempis. Translated from the original Latin by Fr. Juan.