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The Inner Life: Inner Land--A Guide Into the Heart of the Gospel, Volume 1

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A trusted guide into the inner realm where our spirits find strength to master life and live for God.

It is hard to exaggerate the significance of Innerland, either for Eberhard Arnold or his readers. It absorbed his energies off and on for most of his adult life--from World War I, when he published the first chapter under the title War: A Call to Inwardness, to 1935, the
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published July 16th 2019 by Plough Publishing House
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Kim Pollack
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When I think of people like Eberhard Arnold and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, I wonder if I would have been brave enough to speak out against the Nazis or if I simply would have run away to somewhere less hostile and turbulent?

Eberhard Arnold was a German Christian who lived through World War I and saw the gradual influence for evil that Nazism brought on society. He also saw the German church give in, rather than resist, the pressure from the Nazis to conform and be led by them rather than to resist an
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Eberhard was born in Königsberg, East Prussia into an academic family. He studied theology but, because of his views on infant baptism and his decision to leave the Lutheran church, he was refused his degree. He changed majors to philosophy. He married Emmy von Hollander and together they dedicated their lives in obedience to God’s will. This led to the beginning of community in 1920.

Eberhard was