Meat From the Mystics: On Loving God and Sermons from Song of Songs Vol. I

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"The Last of the Fathers", St. Bernard of Clairvaux lived a life of supernatural faith. He knew and heard God, which made him an important prophetic voice to the Church of his time. He did not reject human philosophy which he termed genuine philosophy, which, he insisted, leads to God. In this he was a forerunner of today's post-modern thinkers. These books set forth a lifetime of knowing and experiencing God. They are standards of some of the earliest writing outside of the New Testament on Faith, justification, and righteousness by Grace. These are doctrnes which the Reformers would later rekindle at the beginning of the Protestant movement. On Loving God is a testament of knowing God through loving God -- the core concept of Jesus' Great Commandment. Sermons on the Song of Songs is a vast and rich tour de force on the fire of intimacy with God. It stands as one of the world's great monuments to the deeper spiritual life. It will draw you into the vastness and... More > immediacy of the Lover of your soul!< Less
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Meat From the Mystics Series
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September 28, 2011
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