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The Imitation of Christ (1418)
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Everyman's Library (484)
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Wellsprings of Faith: The Imitation of Christ; The Dark Night of the Soul; The Interior Castle by Thomas à Kempis
Is abridged in
The Imitation of Christ: Extracts Chosen from Challoner's 1737 Translation, Illustrated with Illuminated Manuscripts by Thomas à Kempis
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Growing in His Image: The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis : A Reinterpretation of the Great Devotional Classic by Bernard Bangley
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First published anonymously in 1418, Thomas à Kempis's The Imitation of Christ is a classic Christian devotional work that has been read through the ages by such notable figures as Sir Thomas More, John Wesley, and Pope John Paul I. A meditation on spiritual life, it offers instructions for renouncing worldly vanity and discovering eternal truths with the goal of living out the teachings of Jesus by taking inspiration from his life. More widely read and more influential than any spiritual work except the Bible, The Imitation of Christ has offered guidance and solace to people of all faiths since its publication and retains its power today. This edition is the translation by the Reverend William Benham.
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