Fénelon: talking with God

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Paraclete Press, May 25, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 142 pages
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All who seek fellowship with God amid the rush and racket of modern life will find that Feacute;nelon's searching gentleness is a wonderful pick-me-up for the heart. This selection from his letters is pure gold. It's ecumenically as well as devotionally significant.

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Fenelon: Talking With God (Christian Classics)

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Fenelon (1651-1715) was a French archbishop who was condemned by the Pope for writing a book explaining Quietism, a mystical prayer sect branded as heretical. In this modern translation of his ... Read full review

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This is not a light read, but it is powerful if you take your time with it. The concepts in this book deserve quiet consideration. I would recommend it be read about ten pages at a time. Read full review

Contents

Talking with God 1 How to Talk with God
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Desiring Gods Will
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On True Prayer of the Heart
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Copyright

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