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The Way of Perfection

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4 out of 5
Based on 73 Ratings and 25 Reviews

Book Description
Teresa of Avila (1515-1582) is one of the world's most beloved mystics. Her autobiography has enchanted millions of readers through her use of everyday language to describe her quest for union with God.

The Way of Perfection presents Teresa's approach to incorporating spirituality into everyday life. Using earthy language, Teresa encourages spiritual seekers to engage in a life of prayer and co... More

Book Information
PublisherParaclete Pr
BindingPaperback (31 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages198
Publication Date04/2000
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About Teresa (Author) : Teresa is a published author. Some of the published credits of Teresa include The Way of Perfection (Christian Classic).
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About Teresa of Avila (Author) : Teresa of Avila is a published author. A published credit of Teresa of Avila is The Practice Of The Presence Of God and The Way Of Perfection (Nelson's Royal Classic).
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About Henry L. Carrigan (Editor) : Henry L. Carrigan is a published editor. A published credit of Henry L. Carrigan is The Way of Perfection (Christian Classic).
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