Unseen Warfare: The Spiritual Combat and Path to Paradise of Lorenzo Scupoli

Voorkant
St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1978 - 280 pagina's
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Rich in references to the teaching of the saints and Fathers, this book combines the insights of West & East. A classic of Orthodox spirituality.

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The best book I've ever read after the Bible . A must have . Volledige recensie lezen

Inhoudsopgave

Introduction by Professor H A Hodges poge
13
Foreword to the Russian version
69
What is Christian perfection?Warfare
77
Copyright

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Over de auteur (1978)

Lorenzo Scupoli (c.1530-1610) was born in Otranto, Italy. He was admitted to the religious order of the Theatine Regular Clerks of St. Cajetan in 1571, and by his desire was called Lorenzo of Otranto. He later went to Milan, under the provost St. Andrew Avellino. After many years of active duties he retired into strict seclusion and wrote "The Spiritual Combat".

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