Item description for The Living God by Romano Guardini...
Overview How, even as an infant, Jesus suffered for you: learn the neglected and misunderstood lessons of His cradle. God could have come into the world as an adult, but He chose instead to be born as a baby to teach you key lessons about who He is and what He calls you to be - lessons that most Christians miss. No longer. In these eye-opening pages, Caryll Houselander reveals the powerful spiritual implications of one startling fact: in the manger, even as angels guarded and shepherds sought Him, the
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Studio: Sophia Institute Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 31, 1997
Publisher Sophia Institute Press
ISBN 0918477492 ISBN13 9780918477491
Availability 0 units.
More About Romano Guardini
Romano Guardini was ordained a priest in 1910. He was a professor at the University of Berlin until the Nazis expelled him in 1939. His sermons, books, popular classes, and his involvement in the post-war German Catholic Youth Movement won him worldwide acclaim. His works combine a keen thirst for God with a profound depth of thought and a delightful perfection of expression.
Romano Guardini lived in Verona. Romano Guardini was born in 1885 and died in 1968.
Romano Guardini has published or released items in the following series...
Milestones in Catholic Theology
Ressourcement: Retrieval & Renewal in Catholic Thought
Reviews - What do customers think about The Living God?
The Living God is a beautiful short book by Romano Guardini. Oct 17, 1998
The Living God is a short book by Romano Guardini which is a treatise on God as a living, active force in our lives, not just a concept of theology to be studied on paper. He starts with the face of God (what God looks like), divine providence (God's care for our lives), then what God sees and wills (God's control of everything) and goes into other facets of our relationship with God, always writing with clarity, holiness, and profundity and always taking us back to the very simple truths about the nature of God and man. It is a beautiful beautiful book. The part describing God's face is one of the most beautiful I have come across in religious writing. Guardini is very very deep, but not at all frightening. I highly recommend this book. He is an excellent guide into the mysteries of faith.