Other than the Bible, the Philokalia has been referred to as the principle spiritual text for the Eastern Orthodox Church, written by spiritual masters between the 4th and the 15th centuries and compiled by St. Nikodemos of the Holy Mountain and St. Makarios of Corinth in the 18th century. The ...
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Hinds' Feet on High Places is a successful allegorical tale published in 1955 about a symbolic character searching for God's wisdom and guidance to leader her to a higher place.
In this letter Pope Francis calls all Christians and all humans to dialogue about our common home and focuses on consumerism, development, degradation, and the gospel message as viewed through creation.
The Normal Christian Life, a book by Watchman Nee that originated as a series of addresses which later became magazine articles, presents the path of faith and spiritual principles in simplicity as foundations for Christian life.
I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist guides readers through arguments, examinations and investigations of several aspects of the Christian faith, a thought-provoking resource for both skeptics about Christianity as well as for Christians hoping to better articulate the faith.
Matthew Fox, an influential leader within the Creation Spirituality movement, in this work focuses on the Original Blessing man received from God—as contrasting with the Original Sin, the fall of man—and God's creative and spiritual energy expressed in humans.
A leader for the Human Genome Project advocates in The Language of God for theistic evolution—logically correlating faith and science and presenting evidence for belief while expressing wonder at God's creation.
C.S. Lewis' famous argument for Christian doctrine was based off of BBC radio addresses he gave during the Second World War and was first published as a unit in 1952.
Another C.S. Lewis classic, this 1941 satirical novel follows a veteran demon who writes correspondence to others in Hell on how to deceive human beings and recent converts to Christianity.
A daily devotional first published in 1923 was a compilation of Oswald Chambers' preaching to students and First World War soldiers, where he served as a chaplain.
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