Item description for Who Is God? by Irma Zaleski...
Overview Following on the success of her earlier titles (Living the Jesus Prayer, Conversion of the Heart, Mother Macrina, and Door to Eternity), Irma Zaleski's latest book is as simple as it is profound. In attempting to provide an answer to the timeless question: 'Who is God?' Zaleski has written a book of reflections on the faith that is also a mystery of love. To become aware of God's presence, we must learn to open our small finite being to the infinite being of God. Who is God? is a book of reflections on the transformation that we must undergo in order to become the true images of God that we have been created to be. As with all of Irma Zaleski's books, this work is deceptively simple, deeply spiritual and destined to become a popular classic.
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Studio: Novalis Press (CN)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.46" Width: 4.92" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2003
Publisher Novalis Press (CN)
ISBN 2895073732 ISBN13 9782895073734
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More About Irma Zaleski
Irma Zaleski is a member of the Madonna House community of Combremere, Ontario, the organization founded by the late Catherine de Heuck Doherty, author of Poustina and other books. Zaleski is the author of several other books, including "God Is Not Reasonable," "The Way of Repentance," and "Living the Jesus Prayer ." "The Way of Repentance" was one of "Christianity Today "'s favorite books of 1999.
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Thanks!!! Jul 5, 2006
So Glad That steven reccommended this book, both here and his blog. These books by Zaleski are amazing. I Highly Reccommend them also.
Gem of a book Mar 19, 2006
This book is divided into three equal sections: Part I: The Mystery of God Part II: The Vision of Faith Part III: Conversion of the Heart This volume pared with Who am I? forms a diptych, like a painting in two parts these two parts so support each other that they almost have to be read as a pair. In learning to know who God is we can understand our relationship with him and through that to help us understand ourselves.