Thomas a'Kempis lived from 1380 to 1471, spending most of his life at a monastery in Zwolle, NL. He wrote Book 1 of "The Imitation" for new members of Mt. St. Agnes Monastery to learn about the life of a monk. The other books develop this theme as they grow in their faith journey.
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Any person who is interested in developing a walk with Christ should read this book. This Book is the second most read book in Christendom, the Holy Bible being first. There is guidance and counsel and wisdom for the most holy saint and the most depraved sinner.
For the new Christian, The Imitation will gently guide them into the life of the disciple. For the mature Christian, there is a deep understanding of the faith that Thomas brings to the pages that will challenge anyone’s daily walk (it is reported that Pope John Paul I, when discovered at his death, had been reading The Imitation.).
Non-believers should read it to see the depths of peace offered by The Christ. People of other faiths should read it to discover and understand the prayerful nature and manner of devout Christians. Or for insight into Christ’s Passion.
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if you look at my site: timothyedmoore.com, you will note that I selected backgrounds that evoke ancient texts. I'd like to stay with that theme.
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Thomas was a very humble person, so I have struggled with having his image on the cover. Most editions I have seen have a picture of Christ or a monastic setting as a cover.
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