Counsels on the Spiritual Life

Counsels on the Spiritual Life

Thomas à Kempis Leo Sherley-Price / Nov 25, 2020

Counsels on the Spiritual Life One of low priced classic texts published to celebrate Penguin s th anniversary All the titles are extracts from Penguin Classics titles

  • Title: Counsels on the Spiritual Life
  • Author: Thomas à Kempis Leo Sherley-Price
  • ISBN: 9780146001628
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of 60 low priced classic texts published to celebrate Penguin s 60th anniversary All the titles are extracts from Penguin Classics titles.

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      • Thomas à Kempis Leo Sherley-Price

        Thomas Hammerken or Hammerlein both mean little hammer Thomas de Kempis Thomas Hamerken von Kempen was born at Kempen hence the A Kempis in the duchy of Cleves in Germany around 1380 He was educated by a religious order called the Brethren of the Common Life, and in due course joined the order, was ordained a priest, became sub prior of his house in the low Countries , and died 25 July 1471 his feast is observed a day early to avoid conflict with that of James bar Zebedee the Apostle.Thomas is known almost entirely for composing or compiling a manual of spiritual advice known as The Imitation of Christ, in which he urges the reader to seek to follow the example of Jesus Christ and to be conformed in all things to His will.


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    1. There is much in this writing that is useful and helpful to one's spiritual path, but there is much that is not. For the average person who has no intention to become a monk many of the suggestions are impossibilities or very much impractical. Perhaps it is largely because my view of monastic life as being generally unhelpful; many of the precepts and the few praises are based on a monks life so its natural that I would find issue with many of these things.There is much I agree with, especially [...]


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