Thomas a Kempis and Wales. by Albert Owen Evans

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Published by W. Spurrell & Son in Carmarthen .

Written in English

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  • Thomas, -- à Kempis, -- 1379 or 80-1471.

Edition Notes

A paper read before the Welsh Bibliographical Society, at the Powys Hall, University College, Bangor, on the 6th of August, 1931.

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Pagination32p.
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL18109695M

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Christianity 1 THOMAS A KEMPIS: The Imitation of Christ, Image Books, Thomas A Kempis was born in Kempen, Prussia in into a family of artisans and metal workers.

At the age of thirteen years, he left his family to join his older brother, John, who had ten or twelve years earlier traveled toFile Size: 49KB. Netherlands in the latter half of the fourteenth century. That Thomas Hemerken of Kempen, or Thomas À Kempis as he is now known, later translated a composite of their writings, essentially a spiritual diary, from the original Netherlandish into Latin is generally admitted by scholars.

This Thomas, born about the yearwas educatedFile Size: KB. Thomas à Kempis (ca. ), priest, monk and writer Thomas, whose family name was Hammercken, was born in the Rhineland town of Kempen near Düsseldorf in Germany.

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The Imitation of Christ was written (or at a minimum, transcribed) by Catholic monk Thomas Kempis (circa ), as four separate books completed between andat Mount Saint Agnes monastery, in the town of Windesheim, located in what is now the Netherlands.

Thomas a'Kempis Blog. likes. Walking through the Imitation of Christ with it's implications for Christian Living in the modern ers: A few words on Thomas’s claim, once disputed but now hardly so, to the authorship of the “Imitation of Christ”.

The book was first issued anonymously () and was soon accorded a wide welcome, copied by different scribes, and attributed to various spiritual writers, among others St. Bernard, St. Bonaventure, Henry de Kalkar, Innocent III, Jean Charlier de Gerson, and. Thomas à Kempis was a late Medieval Catholic monk and best known as the author of The Imitation of Christ.

The Works of Thomas à Kempis (7 vols.) brings together the rest of his enduring spiritual classics, providing a window into 15th century monastic life and the teachings of a deeply pious servant of God. A follower of Gerard Groote's Modern Devotion movement, a.

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Krefeld, of poor parents. THOMAS A’KEMPIS () was a Dutch priest, monk, and writer born in Kempen, Germany. He attended a school near Deventer in Holland.

Thomas of Kempen, as he was known at school, was so impressed by his teachers that he. One of the most influential and well-loved books of Christianity, The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis appears here in Penguin Classics in a new translation by Robert Jeffery, with an introduction by Max Von Habsburg, notes, a chronology and further Imitation of Christ is a passionate celebration of God's love, mercy and holiness, which has.

Thomas à Kempis (c) was a German Medieval Catholic monk who is probably the author of The Imitation of Christ. Works. Prayers and Meditations on the Life of Christ; Bible Living The Unexpected Perks of Being Thrown Into the Fire Stephen Altrogge.

The Power of Jesus' Last Words: The Meaning Behind 'It Is Finished'. The Imitation of Christ consists of four books with short chapters in each book. The core message of the work is humility, and for Christians to shut out the world and deny himself.

It also discusses the importance of the Sacrament of Eucharist. I was drawn to this book after reading St Therese of Lisieux's 'Story of a Soul'/5(). One of the best-loved books of Christianity after the Bible, The Imitation of Christ is a passionate celebration of God and His love, mercy and holiness, which has inspired conversion and stimulated religious devotion for over five hundred years.

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Book One – Thoughts Helpful in the Life of the Soul/5(51). Kempis was the author of the very influential contemplative volume, The Imitation of Christ. First printed init has gone through countless editions and has been translated into more than 50 languages. Ignatius of Loyola read a chapter of this book each day of his life.

Therese of Lisieux memorized it before entering the Carmelite convent. The outcome of Mr. Lee's system of "translation" is that only about three-tenths of his book come from Thomas a Kempis, the rest being Mr.

Lee's ; and that its title-page is therefore misleading. We now come to another Protestant " translation" by the Rev. Kettlewell, two editions of which were published inand a third (after his.

Thomas à Kempis, C.R.S.A. BirthplaceKempen, Prince-Archbishopric of Cologne, Holy Roman Empire DiedTuesday, J Occupation Canon Regular, author, scribe Known for The Imitation of Christ Thomas à Kempis (kĕm`pĭs), b.

ord.German monk, traditional author of The Imitation of Christ, b. Kempen, Germany. He was schooled at Occupation: Canon Regular, Author, Scribe. Thomas à Kempis was a late Medieval Catholic monk and author of The Imitation of Christ, one of the best known Christian books on devotion. His writings are all of a devotional character and include tracts and meditations, letters, sermons, a life of Saint Lydewigis, a Christian woman who remained steadfast under a great stress of afflictions.

Creasy, William C. Introduction to The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas àGa.: Mercer University Press, Easwaran, Eknath. Seeing with the. The answer and common denominator to both these questions is “The Imitation of Christ” written in the fifteenth century by Thomas a Kempis, who died in It is the most widely read devotional book after the Bible.

There are over counted editions – over of which are preserved in the British Museum.But scholars now generally agree that the author was a monk named Thomas a Kempis.

Kempis (/) was born in Kempen (located between Krefeld and Venlo near the modern Dutch border) as the second son of the metal craftsman Johann Hemerken and his wife Gertrud Kuyt, who is said to have run a small school.

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