With today’s accelerated pace of life, preoccupation with careers, and family demands, there is little time for celebrating our humanity–and even less time for seeking God. So how does a twentieth-century believer set about living as a Christian in such a society?
The writings of devout pilgrims such as Brother Lawrence, Thomas á Kempis, and St. Augustine refocus our attention on the basics of the Christian journey. Retold in the language and setting of our world today, these classics offer timely messages of startling relevance to Christians and those interested in Christianity.
About Bernard Bangley
Bernard Bangley (M.Div.) lives in Virginia with his wife, Anna. He is currently pastor of Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg, VA. Among his books centered on devotional writers are Christian Classics in Modern English (with David Winter), Growing in… More about Bernard Bangley
Published by Shaw Books Mar 07, 2000| 272 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9780877881216