Revelations of Divine Love
Coming from a society where women were barred from serious writing and teaching, Julian, an anchorite of the great medieval city of Norwich, nevertheless uses her womanlines and the English vernacular of the day to describe a series of revelations which she received from God in the year 1373. She identifies the female nature of Christ's suffering and the motherhood of God, using images from domestic daily life, emphasizing the homeliness of God's love. She writes in a lively and unpretentious manner and her theology is precise without ever being pedantic.
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Deep revelationsUser Review - Keeping it clean - Christianbook.com
It's been kinda hard to get into, rather deep. But as I go along I'm beginning to appreciate it better. I bought and began reading it as a suggestion from another book I bought from Christian Book.com, A.W. Tozer's , "The Attributes of God". It's growing on me. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StephenBarkley - LibraryThing
The scribe who put the words of Mother Julian to paper offered a warning: "I pray God almighty that this book shall fall only into the hands of those who intend to be his lovers, and who are willing ... Read full review