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9780140440270

Imitation of Christ
Imitation of Christ
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  • ISBN-13: 9780140440270
  • ISBN: 0140440275
  • Publication Date: 1952
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated

AUTHOR

A'Kempis, Thomas, Sherley-Price, Leo, Sherley-Price, Leo

SUMMARY

Born in 1379, Thomas Haemerken was but thirteen when he left his home in Cologne to further his schooling in Holland. Informed upon his arrival that his older brother, who had gone on before, had entered a monastic order, Thomas followed suit entering the order of The Common Life. Upon entry he took no vows, yet chose on his own to live a life of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Well-loved and respected by all, he was promoted within the order on more than one occasion. Those who knew him spoke often of his love for reading, writing, and prayer. Though considered a man of few words, he was known to express his thoughts quite passionately when conversations turned to matters of the soul. Both the impression he left behind and the power of his writings are revered to this day by people of faith.A'Kempis, Thomas is the author of 'Imitation of Christ', published 1952 under ISBN 9780140440270 and ISBN 0140440275.

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