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A Short Method of Prayer and Other Writings - Hendrickson Christian Classics (Hardback)
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A Short Method of Prayer and Other Writings - Hendrickson Christian Classics (Hardback)

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Hardback 278 Pages / Published: 31/01/2006
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Despite a difficult childhood, a loveless marriage, an early widowhood, and life-long persecution, French mystic Jeanne Guyon produced works of extraordinary spiritual power. Admired by Christians for 300 years - including John Wesley, Charles Spurgeon, Hudson Taylor, and A. W. Tozer - her writings offer penetrating insight into cultivating unfettered communion with God.

Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers Inc
ISBN: 9781565639416
Number of pages: 278
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 215 x 140 x 14 mm


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"This little volume is perhaps the most significant, historically, of Hendrickson's continuing "Christian Classics" series, which makes important writings available for a very modest cost and includes authors such as William Wilberforce and G. K. Chesterton, among others. French mystic Madame Guyon was the leading light of a movement within 17th-century Catholicism that became known as Quietism, a kind of passive reliance on God. Because of the supposed resemblance of her deep and inward mysticism to certain aspects of Protestantism, Guyon was briefly imprisoned, but her posthumous reputation among Protestants and Catholics alike has remained very favorable. This volume reprints her "Method of Prayer "as well as Spiritual Torrents. Highly recommended."
"Library Journal""


"This little volume is perhaps the most significant, historically, of Hendrickson's continuing "Christian Classics" series, which makes important writings available for a very modest cost and includes authors such as William Wilberforce and G. K. Chesterton, among others. French mystic Madame Guyon was the leading light of a movement within 17th-century Catholicism that became known as Quietism, a kind of passive reliance on God. Because of the supposed resemblance of her deep and inward mysticism to certain aspects of Protestantism, Guyon was briefly imprisoned, but her posthumous reputation among Protestants and Catholics alike has remained very favorable. This volume reprints her Method of Prayer as well as Spiritual Torrents. Highly recommended."
--Library Journal

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