A Taste of the Classics -: Mere Christianity, Pilgrim's Progress, The Brothers Karamazov & The Imitation of Christ
InterVarsity Press, Jul 10, 2010 - Religion - 134 pages
In A Taste of the Classics Series, Dr. Kenneth Boa encapsulates and discusses the classic works that helped shape Western civilization: books like The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer and The Love of God by Bernard of Clairvaux, giving you a synthesis of the key things you will want to know:
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