Imitation Of Christ
by Thomas a. Kempis;
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Imitation Of Christ
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People that love reading time-honored volumes of Christian spirituality, such as Thomas a Kempis' "Imitation of Christ," will delight in an audio edition as well. This affordable combination of print and MP3 version, read by Stephen Johnston, is a new way to know and love a Kempis's thoughtful and practical meditations on Christian discipleship--an unparalleled guide to spiritual disciplines.
This treatise on the central task of Christianity, and learning day by day to live like Jesus, still impacts believers six centuries after it was penned. It distils the vibrant teachings of Thomas and the monastic community he was a part of, and remains an essential aide on embarking upon an intimate walk with the Savior. The print and audio package will be of great interest both to people that know Thomas a Kempis' work, and to those that are just discovering its riches.
Read by Stephen Johnston, this affordable combination of print and MP3 is a new way to come to know and love Thomas a Kempis' work.
"Hendrickson Christian Classics Book & Audiobook: Unique products that combine affordable print and MP3 editions of top titles from the bestselling Hendrickson Christian Classics series. Each book contains a preface that explores its spiritual and historical contexts. Modern readers will appreciate this library of time-honored Christian wisdom. "
Imitation Of Christ by Thomas a. Kempis was published by Hendrickson in October 2011 and is our 52507th best seller. The ISBN for Imitation Of Christ is 9781598566864.
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|Page last updated||19th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Thomas a. Kempis|
|Book Format||Mixed media product|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (October 2011)|
|Additional Information||Contains Paperback and DVD|
|Number of Pages||184|