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Home tonight : further reflections on the parable of the prodigal son (edition 2009)

by Henri J. M. Nouwen, Sue Mosteller

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Follows the path of Nouwen's spiritual home-coming. More than three years prior to writing his great classic, The return of the prodigal son, Nouwen suffered a personal breakdown followed by a time of sealing solitude when he encoutered Rembrandt's famous painting. He reflected on and identified with the parable's characters and experienced profound and inspiring life lessons.… (more)
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Title:Home tonight : further reflections on the parable of the prodigal son
Authors:Henri J. M. Nouwen
Other authors:Sue Mosteller
Info:New York : Doubleday, c2009.
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Rating:*****
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Home Tonight: Further Reflections on the Parable of the Prodigal Son by Henri J. M. Nouwen

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Follows the path of Nouwen's spiritual home-coming. More than three years prior to writing his great classic, The return of the prodigal son, Nouwen suffered a personal breakdown followed by a time of sealing solitude when he encoutered Rembrandt's famous painting. He reflected on and identified with the parable's characters and experienced profound and inspiring life lessons.

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