Love's Trinity Paperback

A Companion to Julian of Norwich

by Frederick S. Roden; John-Julian Swanson;

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Love's Trinity

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In the year 1373 a young Englishwoman whose name we do not know- she is called "Julian" because she lived part of her life as an enclosed solitary in the church of St. Julian in Norwich-experienced a series of intense visions that she later recorded in two versions. The formal title of the "long text" of that book is A Revelation of Love. It is commonly called Showings, the word Julian herself used to describe her visions. This edition incorporates the long text of the Showings, as translated by Father John-Julian, and a commentary written by Frederick S. Roden. A lay affiliate member of the Order of Julian of Norwich, Roden gives us a companion that is reflective yet learned. It is designed to draw the reader more fully into an understanding and experience of what Julian tells us she saw and heard. In the text and commentary we begin to comprehend the truth Julian summarizes at the end of the Showings: "Love was His meaning."

Love's Trinity by Frederick S. Roden; John-Julian Swanson was published by Michael Glazier Inc in January 2009 and is our 63247th best seller. The ISBN for Love's Trinity is 9780814653081.

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Details for Love's Trinity

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherMichael Glazier Inc (January 2009)
Number of Pages352
Thickness19 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code3115191
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