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Revelations of Divine Love (Paraclete Essentials) Paperback – March 1, 2011
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According to John-Julian in the introduction to Revelations of Divine Love, Julian of Norwich (1342-ca.1416) was an English recluse who recounted the poignant, subtle, and radical insights granted to her in sixteen visions of the crucified Christ as she lay on what was believed to be her deathbed. Her miraculous recovery from that illness led to twenty more years of reflection and contemplation and finally to her writing this detailed account of her mystical experience.
Revelations of Divine Love is an essential guide to living a Christian life. This translation captures Julian’s deepest meanings and liberates her inspired insights. — sirreadalot.org
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Revelations of Divine Love, the first book ever written in English by a woman---is dense, deeply intuitive, and theologically complex. The last thirty years have seen several translations, some academic, others literal, but none quite like this one which capture's Julian's deepest meanings and liberates her inspired insights.
"This elegant translation of a wonderful spiritual classic makes Julian of Norwich beautifully accessible to the modern reader. And that is almost the pearl without price." -- Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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Beautiful book! Large print. Good quality cover. Most of all, the inspirational wrings of Julian. Would make a perfect gift.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
well i love it! thanks! "love is a harsh and dreadful thing" as dosdoevsky would have it, but "all will be well, and all will be well and all manner of things shall be... Read morePublished 4 months ago by peter tydeman