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Singleness of Heart: Restoring the Divided Soul by Clifford Williams
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Studio: Regent College Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1994
Publisher Regent College Publishing
ISBN 1573831298 ISBN13 9781573831291
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More About Clifford Williams
Clifford Williams (Ph.D., Indiana University) teaches philosophy at Trinity College in Deerfield, Illinois. His works include Singleness of Heart: Restoring the Divided Soul, With All That We Have--Why Aren't We Satisfied? and On Love and Friendship: Philosophical Readings.
Clifford Williams currently resides in Deerfield, in the state of Illinois. Clifford Williams was born in 1943.
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This book deserves a wider reading... Oct 20, 2008
This is one of those books that you find after many years, and wonder how you ever missed it. Clifford Williams has offered a simple yet profound picture of the internal battle Christians face. The reality is that all of us feel a tug both toward the Promised Land, and back toward Egypt. We're struggle with mixed desires. Part of us doubts, while the other part praises. As a seminary prof, this is a helpful book for pastoral students and laypeople. It invites us to speak to the inner conflict instead of hiding it. It acknowledges, however, that most of us would rather present a pretty external picture rather than the more difficult secrets inside. This is an invitation to more integrity by a Christian philosopher who does not seem to live cloistered away from people, but evidences a real connection to the struggles of the Christian life. I love it.