Revelations of Divine Love is a text of Julian of Norwich s dream visions that she had when she was near death Then, after being miraculously healed, Julian of Norwich dedicated the rest of her life to writing her series of sixteen visions for all to read and understand During her life, Norwich had suffered through three different bouts of the Black Death Julian of Norwich remained optimistic in her faith, though she denied that the plagues were God s punishment on the wicked Instead, she believed that God was incapable of punishment In her eyes, every person was worthy of God s salvation, and Hell was not a place of banishment and torture She thought that God s true intentions of Hell were yet to be discovered In Revelations of Divine Love, Julian of Norwich extrapolates on her beliefs and describes the visions she received about the Passion of the Christ as well as the Virgin Mary In addition to being a truly inspiring work, it is also hailed as the first book written in English by a woman Regardless if it is read for its historical significance or its religious message, Revelations of Divine Love is a truly inspiring text of Christian Mysticism....
|Title||:||Revelations of Divine Love|
|Publisher||:||Digireads.com January 1, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
|File Size||:||896 KB|
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Revelations of Divine Love Reviews
One of the most important and beautiful books in the English Spiritual tradition, and the first ever published in English by a woman author. It had become the core resource in my Christian journey four decades ago and continues to be my chief resource after the Bible as I deal with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
I was thrilled to learn that Julian of Norwich was the first woman to write a book in English. I was thrilled to learn she was a contemporary of Chaucer. And I was thrilled to learn she was born before Luther's Reformation. However, since it was written in early English, of course, it was a challenge to read sometimes. (i.e. methinks and beseeches etc) Still, I love what she accomplished. I would suggest any reader start with the simpler version "All is Well" and then "Showings" before tackling this one. It will make the reading of her thoughts easier to understand. I find it fascination that this holy woman is someone I never knew about until now. She is a spiritual treasure!