Waiting on God

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Putnam, 1951 - Philosophy, French - 227 pages
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User Review  - Leah - Goodreads

Is 'mystic' a polite way of saying 'unintelligible'? I first encountered Simone Weil while reading The Long Loneliness, the autobiography of Dorothy Day; Weil came recommended to me as another ... Read full review

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User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

Raised a secular Jew, Weil became a Christian mystic after experiencing a religious ecstasy in a church, falling to her knees and praying.* She thought that creation is the absence of God's perfection ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION BY LESLIE A FIEDLER
3
LETTERS
9
HESITATIONS CONCERNING BAPTISM
43
Copyright

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