Item description for With an Everlasting Love: Developing an Intimate Relationship With God by William A. Barry...
Overview A prayerful reflection on our desire and God's for a deep and loving relationship, and the fears that must be overcome to achieve it.
Publishers Description Using Jesus as the way to intimacy with God, Barry reflects on how Jesus experienced intimacy with his friends, in his ministry, and through his death and resurrection. A final section proposes the Trinity as a model of true intimacy.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.06" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1999
Publisher Paulist Press
ISBN 0809138921 ISBN13 9780809138920
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More About William A. Barry
William A. Barry, SJ, is a veteran spiritual director who is currently serving as tertian director for the New England Province of the Society of Jesus. He has taught at the University of Michigan, the Weston Jesuit School of Theology, and Boston College. His many works include "Letting God Come Close," "A Friendship Like No Other," "Here's My Heart, Here's My Hand," "Seek My Face," and "God's Passionate Desire "(Loyola Press), and "God and You."
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An Excellent, Prayerful Book Apr 9, 2001
Barry is well known for his work in and about spiritual direction, and he could have drawn on many people whom he has directed for this book, but he draws instead on his own personal experience and on the scriptures to establish the mutual desire of the soul and God for an intimate relationship with each other, and to look at the fear, anger, shame, sorrow, sin and sexuality that sometimes blocks that relationship, and at how these blocks may be overcome. Barry is particularly masterful in this section. For the Christian this relationship is focused in a relationship with the incarnate Christ, and section three of the book gives a useful synopsis of the life, ministry, teaching and passion of Jesus with special emphasis on the theme of our relationship with God. The text is loosely but not blatantly based on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola so that the last chapter on God in the world and an invitation to "dance" with this God becomes an interpretation, a wonderful one, of the concluding meditation of the Exercises, the Contemplation to Attain Love of God. The book has obviously been written prayerfully and deserves to read in the same attitude.