God Alone is Enough: A Spirited Journey with Teresa of Avila - eBook  -     By: Claudia Mair Burney
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Paraclete Press / 2010 / ePub

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Pull up a chair as Claudia Mair Burney introduces you to Saint Teresa of Avila. The spiritual insights of this remarkable and often misunderstood woman will bring satisfaction to your frequently parched interior life. Journey into a life of prayer with this saint as your guide. Paperback.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN: 9781612612713
ISBN-13: 9781612612713
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Immersed in her own “dark night of the soul” brought on by seasonal affective disorder and fibromyalgia, Christian novelist Burney (The Exorsistah and the Amanda Bell Brown mystery series) discovered the 16th-century mystic John of the Cross and, through him, his spiritual contemporary Teresa of Avila. In her first nonfiction book, Burney tells how Teresa taught her to pray in a way totally unlike the method she had learned from the “church mothers” in the Church of God in Christ congregation in which she grew up. She invites readers on a pilgrimage to “meet my friend Teresa” and offers a fresh take on the Spanish nun and saint. Employing humor and a chatty style, Burney gives readers a short, light course in contemplative prayer, one that is sensitive to the possible reactions of those who, like her, come from a Protestant background. Although readers with a serious interest in Teresa will need more than Burney provides here, her book is a fine introduction to the weighty realm of contemplative prayer. (July) Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.

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