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With Pity Not With Blame: Contemplative praying with Julian of Norwich and 'The Cloud of Unknowing'

With Pity Not With Blame: Contemplative praying with Julian of Norwich and 'The Cloud of Unknowing' (Paperback)

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Based on a series of retreat addresses to clergy, parishes and religious communities given over a period of five years, this is one of the most acclaimed guides to Christian contemplative prayer. First published 30 years ago, it is truly a modern spiritual classic.



Robert Llewelyn provides a practical yet profound guide for anyone venturing on the path of prayer and contemplation. He explores Julian of Norwich's way of prayer and discovers its enduring wisdom for today. He also finds essential insights into the contemplative life from Julian's contemporary, the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing.



The treasures of this medieval English mystical tradition are brought to fresh life with simple and homely examples that illustrate their lasting appeal and power for today.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian spirituality & religious experience Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich Publication Date: 25/01/2013 ISBN-13: 9781848252875  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Robert Llewelyn was well known as a spiritual writer, retreat director and was Chaplain of the Julian Shrine in Norwich. He was general editor of the highly acclaimed Enfolded in Love series published by DLT. He received a Templeton Prize for his work in spirituality

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