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For generations, readers have found in the writings of Evelyn Underhill the guidance to help them deepen their own interior lives in the Christian mystical tradition. In this lovely volume, Anglican author and editor Christopher Webber has carefully selected inspirational passages from Underhill's most significant works, providing readings for every day of Advent and Chris ...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Morehouse Publishing
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Bill Fulton
I used this little book of devotions for my Advent reading last year and this year. The selections are pithy, deep, and thought-provoking. I like the way they're just long enough to start a profound train of thought, but not so long that you can't plow through them during morning prayer time.

Evelyn Underhill writes from a different century and culture, but her observations are surprisingly relevant and open up timeless truths. She has helped me understand Biblical passages in entirely new ways.
Jordan Wallace
This lovely little book provides daily readings (in the Anglo-Catholic mysticism vein) from Advent to Epiphany.
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"Priest, poet, and farmer" is the short summary. After many years of ministry in inner city, overseas (Tokyo), suburban, and rural locations I lived for twenty years in the northwest corner of Connecticut. Twenty acres of woods, garden, and orchard provided an excellent balance to writing. There's no better cure for writer's block than splitting some more firewood. Less than two years ago, however ...more
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