Men Who Have Walked with God: Being the Story of Mysticism Through the Ages Told in the Biographies of Representative Seers and Saints with Excerpts from Their Writings and Sayings

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Kessinger Publishing, 1945 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 395 pages
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Being the Story of Mysticism through the ages told in the biographies of representative seers and saints with excerpts from their writings and sayings. Contents: The Golden Age and the Mystic Poet Lao-Tse; The Buddha, the Great Light, and the Bliss of Nirvana; The Age of Reason in Greece: Pythagoras and Plato; The Tardy Flowering of Greek Mysticism: Plotinus; Christian Mysticism, from the Founders to St. Bernard; The Medieval Flowering: Eckhart and the Friends of God; Fra Angelico, the Saintly Painter and Tool of God; Jacob Boehme, the Shoemaker-Illuminate of the Reformation; Brother Lawrence, the Lay Monk Who Attained Unclouded Vision; A Mystic in the Age of Enlightened Skepticism: William Blake.

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