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by Thomas A. Kempis,Rev William Benham


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The Imitation of Christ (Latin: De Imitatione Christi) is a handbook for spiritual life arising from the Devotio Moderna movement. The Imitation Of Christ Paperback – May 5, 2017. by Thomas a Kempis (Author), William Benham (Translator).

The Imitation of Christ (Latin: De Imitatione Christi) is a handbook for spiritual life arising from the Devotio Moderna movement.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Imitation of Christ Paperback – August 26, 2015. by Thomas á Kempis (Author), Rev. Can you Imitate Christ? Learn how to in this handy dandy Christian devotional book. William Benham (Translator).

The Imitation of Christ is a Christian devotional book by Thomas à Kempis, first composed in Latin (as De Imitatione Christi) ca. 1418–1427. It is a handbook for spiritual life arising from the Devotio Moderna movement, of which Kempis was a member

The Imitation of Christ is a Christian devotional book by Thomas à Kempis, first composed in Latin (as De Imitatione Christi) ca. It is a handbook for spiritual life arising from the Devotio Moderna movement, of which Kempis was a member. The Imitation is perhaps the most widely read Christian devotional work next to the Bible, and is regarded as a devotional and religious classic. Its popularity was immediate, and it was printed 745 times before 1650.

Thomas a Kempis also wrote The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes (not . By the Renaissance Roman Catholic monk, The Imitation of Christ (1418), is one of the most well-known Christian books on devotion. Agnes (not published until 1906). Thomas a Kempis also wrote The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. With the exception of the Bible, no Christian writing . т 1662. The Imitation of Christ.

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A LibriVox recording of The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis, translated by Rev. William Benham. Read by David Barnes  . The Imitation of Christ is widely considered one of the greatest manuals of devotion in Christianity.

Imitation of Christ, Catholic, Christian, Thomas a Kempis, William Benham, David Barnes, PrayOften. net, Audio Book, Catholic Audio Book, Christian Audio Book. The Imitation is perhaps the most widely read devotional work next to the Bible, and is regarded as a devotional and religious classic. The text is divided into four books which provide detailed spiritual instructions.

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THE IMITATION OF CHRIST by Thomas a Kempis Translated by Rev. William Benham London: J. C. .The treatise Of the Imitation of Christ appears to have been originally written in Latin early in the fifteenth century. Nimmo. Its exact date and its authorship are still a matter of debate.

After reading The Imitation of Christ you will want to read the Bible.

refore be not lifted up by any skill or knowledge that thou hast; but rather fear concerning the knowledge which is given to thee. After reading The Imitation of Christ you will want to read the Bible.

By the Renaissance Roman Catholic monk, The Imitation of Christ (1418), is one of the most well-known Christian books on devotion. Thomas à Kempis also wrote The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes (not published until 1906).

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The review of the Kindle Version of the Imitation of Christ, specifically TRANSLATED BY REV. WILLIAM BENHAM, DIGIBOOKS PUBLISHING, is written in the old English. If you prefer your bible translation as the King James Version, then this is the version for you. If you prefer a different translation, say NIV, or the New King James 2016 Version, then this is NOT FOR YOU. I do recognize that subtle but sometimes important differences can be had between translations, but for me, I do like the DOVER THRIFT VERSION.

Amazon is NOT clear on the version of the book you are purchasing; when on the DOVER VERSION in amazon, purchases made in the paperback mode provide the specific version I wanted; but also wanting the Kindle version it showed it was available in that version. However, once you choose the Kindle version, it brings you to another screen where the cover is different. I did no pick up that subtlety initially and purchased via ebook what I though I purchased in paperback form. They should not show the Dover Version with a choice of Kindle version unless the Dover Version is what is being delivered to my Kindle. BAD AMAZON!
Marr
~A Carmelite Hermit/Priest once came upon me reading a copy of 'The Imitation of Christ' in the cloistered garden of the hermitage that I was living at temporarily. He sat beside me and looked at my book with a warm smile, he said "Always keep this book close to your heart, and you will never go astray". Since that day, it is rare for me to go anywhere without a well read copy of the Catholic Classic stuffed with care in my bag, and read a chapter or two every chance I get. It never gets 'old', and it's refreshing, penetrating words always "speak to me" in new and inviting ways, as if it were the first time reading that particular passage every time!
I was very pleased to see these new leather zip-cover versions, as I've gone through a couple soft cover versions with daily wear and tear, in and out of the backpack, etc. There are two versions in these similar covers, two different translations by two seperate publishers. The one pictured here is my personal favorite, published by TAN, it is the same trusted and true old translation that is found in the beloved old 'Confraternity of the Precious Blood' versions.... that familiar little blue soft-covered version with stunning b&w detailed pictures to meditate upon as you read. This version was originally translated from Latin by Richard Challoner D.D., and is more true to the original translation. Though it is written in an older style of proper English, it is easy enough for most people to comprehend, and the older writing style has much artistic, poetic charm that is often times lost in some of the newer 'up-to-date' English translations. Remember, this is the second most translated and published book in history next to the Holy Bible! The other new leather zip-cover version available now looks nearly identical to this, but rather than a Cross on the front cover, it has a 'Chi Ro' design and omits the authors' name. This version, equally impressive, is put out by the Catholic Book Publishing Co., and is the same translation (edited by Clare L.Fitzpatrick) that is available in the small red hardcover version that is quite popular by the same publisher. This too is an excellent version, but the translation is much more modern and more readable by the everyday layperson, or anyone who wishes to hear this timeless wisdom in a more easily accessible version without the 'thee's, thou's, and shall's" of the aforementioned version. It's personal preference, example...
first line of the TAN version = "He that followeth me, walketh not in darkness," ..... as opposed to the CBPC's version, "No one who follows Me will ever walk in darkness." (John 8:12).
~But, to be truly enlightened and touched by these timeless words of wisdom of the Spiritual Life, I reccommend buying both versions, and absorbing both as to get a better understanding of these holy and guiding words. There are those who may say that A' Kempis's writings are 'not for everyone', as most of his writings were written to give guidance to the young novitiates of his monastic order where he served as Novice Master for a time, but please do not let that turn you away from the holy and life changing power of his spiritually uplifting direction that still speaks to many today. If you have any call to any form of holiness, or just want to enhance and reinvigorate your daily spiritual life, there is no way that you can go wrong with Thomas A 'Kempis and this, his most well known and loved body of work.
Jia
I've read only the first 30%. The majority of the book is do's and dont's about how to be a better person. That would ordinarily bore me but this list is surprisingly fresh and contains a number of ideas that go beyond the obvious. It's not written from a dogmatic 'do this or God will punish you' point of view. Instead it's more like 'you'll go deeper in your meditation practice if you avoid these pitfalls'.

The benefit of reading it is not so much that I learn new information but that it seems to work on the reader's mind in a subtle way, so that if one opens the book feeling agitated about the details of his or her complicated life, after a chapter or two one is reminded that life is something deeper than those trivial details. After twenty minutes of reading I often forget completely whatever thought was troubling me and feel calmer and more clearly motivated to focus on what really matters in life and let everything else take its own natural course.

The author makes occasional mention of a secret level of spiritual instruction that is given to only a select few. Although it's interesting to speculate about what type of instruction the author refers to, don't hope for this book to divulge too much about its contents. The author stays focused on the main topic of how to structure ones outer life to facilitate development of the inner life.
Qwert
A modern, elegant, and very readable translation of a 15th century masterpiece.
Timely and deeply challenging, this book has stood the test of six centuries and remains a treasure of spiritual guidance. Intended especially for those in religious life, it remains useful and provocative to lay persons as well.

One of its themes, the forsaking of the world for love of God, complements without contradicting the more recent spirituality of St. Josemaria Escriva, which highlights the importance of finding God in one's ordinary activities, "in the middle of the world". These two perspectives together offer much food for contemplation.

The final section of "Imitation of Christ" deals with the Eucharist, and sheds light on the orthodox Catholic devotion which formed the author's faith.

A must read for any Christian who wants to walk more closely to Christ.
The Imitation of Christ (Dodo Press) download epub
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Author: Thomas A. Kempis,Rev William Benham
ISBN: 1406518913
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Dodo Press (April 20, 2007)
Pages: 204 pages