Item description for The Mystery of Death by Adrienne Von Speyr & Dr Graham Harrison...
Overview Von Speyr addresses the perennial and ultimate human question--the question of death. This book is not only a synthesis of the Christian view of death. It is also an antidote to the insipid sociological sentimentalism of so many books written about death and dying today. Death is not just the last stage of growth or something we must cope with or accept, nor something we must help people do without any fear or feeling of guilt. None of the merely human answers can satisfy because death is a mystery that only God and his Revelation can begin to explain.
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Studio: Ignatius Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.28" Width: 4.78" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1988
Publisher Ignatius Press
ISBN 0898702046 ISBN13 9780898702040
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More About Adrienne Von Speyr & Dr Graham Harrison
Adrienne von Speyr (1902-1967) was a Swiss medical doctor, convert to Catholicism, a mystic, wife and author of over 60 books on spirituality and theology. She collaborated closely with the renowned theologian Hans Urs Von Balthasar, her confessor for 27 years, and they co-founded the Community of Saint John. Her numerous writings, published by Ignatius Press, are recognized by leading theologians and writers as a major contribution to the mystical and spiritual writings of the Church. Among her most important works are Book of All Saints, Confession, The World of Prayer, Handmaid of the Lord, and The Passion from Within.
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Extraordinary Mar 18, 2005
The most profound meditation on life and death I've ever read. I recommend it for theologians (especially those who don't understand von Speyr's influence on Balthasar) or anyone willing to follow life's most fundamental questions to their source.