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Posted November 5, 2002
This is a daunting read for a Protestant layman unacquainted with philosophical terms, Latin and German words and phrases, and the Catholic liturgy. The author's background, actively opposing the rise of Nazism, lends credence to his deeply spiritual and firmly grounded biblical approach to this subject. Related integrally with the subject, this book is a veritable storehouse of material dealing with Christian personal ethics, sticky theological, and psychological issues germane to one's endeavor to be transformed in Christ. The chapter - "Blessed Are the Peacemakers" - was a particularly definitive study. This book will surely become a Christian classic, paralleling Thomas a Kempis' "The Imitation of Christ." It was a stretching, challenging, and rewarding study for me, and I would highly recommend it for any desiring more reality in their Christian walk. Paul Williams (Drummond Island, MI).
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