Christian Hermit in an Islamic World: A Muslim's View of Charles de Foucauld
Charles de Foucauld (1858-1916), after a worldly beginning, lived a life of prayer, self-denial and love for the Arabs in the African desert. Here is a moving personal tribute by a Muslim scholar.
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Charles de Foucauld was a French military officer and playboy who, in the 1880s, experienced a dramatic religious conversion while serving in Algeria. He went on to become a hermit in the desert ... Read full review
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