Radiance by Evelyn Underhill
A Spiritual Memoir of Evelyn Underhill

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Drawing from both her published writings and her private journals, this compilation presents a candid look at the extraordinary journey of Evelyn Underhill. For the many readers who have been moved by the writings of Evelyn Underhill, and for those who are merely intrigued by mysticism or captivated by a good memoir, this book presents a vivid and deeply personal rendering of a life that was, both intellectually and spiritually, radiant.

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Eveylyn Underhill died in 1941. Carol Zaleski is Professor of Religion at Smith College, author of Otherworld Journeys and The Life of the World to Come, and coeditor of The Book of Heaven. Bernard Bangley is a recently retired Presbyterian minister who has written for many years. His previous books include "Growing in His Image, Spiritual Treasure, Near to the Heart of God, "and "Talks on the Song of Songs. "Educated at Hampden-Sydney College and Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, he has held pastorates from the Appalachian Mountains to Sarasota, Florida. He now lives in Lexington, Virginia.
Published March 1, 2004 by Paraclete Press (MA). 236 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Bangley has selected excerpts from her published writings, journals, letters and speeches to show Underhill's personal spiritual development as she moved from cool academic reflection through struggle and doubt to settled trust: "I do feel that trusting God must mean trusting Him through thick a...

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