"This translation has firmly established its position as an authoritative and lucid representation of an acknowledged classic of religious thought."--London Quarterly Review
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This is at least a must-read-twice book, preferably with a span of years in between as the reader's experience will enhance a second reading. Read morePublished 6 months ago by adeamus
There is no doubt that this book is a classic piece of 20th century religious writing. Unfortunately, this translation will not give you a clear glimpse of Otto's religious... Read morePublished 9 months ago by nemil
Difficult reading but it makes me think. I like that. If you want a better understanding of God, this will help.Published 10 months ago by Salt Lick
This is more of the more important books for those who wish to understand the universal human longing for the transcendent. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mary-john Hart
Perhaps there is some Eastern religion influence going on.Published 18 months ago by robert leonard