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  1. Soliloquy of the Soul to which are Added Meditation Prayers for Sick Persons by Thomas A. (1380-1471) and George Stanhope Kempis, 1816
  2. THE IMITATION OF CHRIST - FOUR BOOKS IN ONE VOLUME. by (Thomas Kempis 1380?-1471). Translated from the Latin by W. Benham B. D. (Vicar of Margate)., 1882-01-01
  3. The founders of the new devotion : being the lives of Gerard Groote, Florentius Radewin and their followers by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  4. Domaa Kempenskeho Twore Knihi Wo Kroenju Za Khrystusom by Lib Jurij, 2010-09-27
  5. The Christian traveller, or, A sure guide to salvation : being a series of devout treatises by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  6. Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis (c. 1380-1471), 2010-01-01
  7. A meditation on the Incarnation of Christ : Sermons on the life and passion of our Lord and Of hearing and speaking good words by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  8. Vera spaientia, or, True wisdom by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  9. Founders of the New Devotion: Being the Lives of Gerard Groote, Florentius Radewin and Their Followers. by Thomas a Kempis (c. 1380-1471), 2010-01-01
  10. Thomas A'Kempis His Age and Book by J. E. De Montmorency, 1970-06
  11. The Statistical Study of Literary Vocabulary by G. Udnv Yule, 1968-11

61. Autoren Theologie
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62. Facets Of Religion - Books & Music - The Imitation Of Christ
Splendid devotional of great historical significance Thomas a Kempis was medivalmonk and priest (13801471) who served as chronicler of the monastery at Mt.

63. Hall Of Church History—The Medieval Churchmen
The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas à Kempis (13801471) A classic devotional work,still in print and widely available in book shops. The Medieval Sourcebook

The Medieval Churchmen
"That . . . you might learn not to exceed
what is written" (1 Corinthians 4:6).
he Dark Ages ushered in some dubious trends in theology. Medieval theologians seemed uncertain of how to sort out Scripture from tradition. Whereas the early Ecumenical Church Councils had invariably settled matters on the basis of Scripture, theology in the middle ages began to treat church tradition and ecclesiastical authority as tantamount to the Word of God. (This view was later formally ratified as official Catholic doctrine by the Council of Trent.)
Despite the ruling against semi-Pelagianism by the Council of Orange in 529 A.D., subtle semi-Pelagian tendencies began to infiltrate the church, so that by the time of Trent in the late sixteenth century, the Catholic Church took a position that was almost pure semi-Pelagianism.
During this period, monasticism was on the rise, and Scholasticism became the predominant approach to theology. Scholastic theology relied heavily on speculation and philosophy. Taken to an extreme, it ultimately turned the discipline of theology into pure sophistry. It broadened the gap between clergy and laity, and finally gave rise to the brand of Catholicism against which the Reformers rebelled.
Thomas Aquinas (1225-74), the Master theologian of the Catholic Church, is the dominant figure of this era. In Thomas most of the seeds of Tridentine Catholicism are found. He backed away from Augustine's strong emphasis on the grace of God in salvation. Thomas seemed to see salvation as more of a cooperative effort between God and the sinner.

64. The Church In Cleveland
Hus John, (13721415). Kelly, William, (1821-1906). Kempis, Thomas à,(1380-1471). Lang, GH (George Henry), (1874-1958). Law, William, (1686-1761).
A Brief History of the Lord's Recovery A. B. Simpson A. B. Simpson (1843-1919) was one of the most important Christian workers of his day. He was an ardent soul-winner and was active in raising up new believers and in training Christian workers. This sketch outlines some of the details of the life and work of this notable servant of the Lord. Courage for Christ: The Life of C.T. Studd - C. T. Studd was among the most privileged young men of his day. Born into a wealthy British family and educated at England's best schools, he became famous in his own right as one of the greatest cricket players England had seen. Yet C. T. Studd forsook all-fortune, future, and fame-for the sake of Christ. As one of the "Cambridge Seven," he left his family and homeland to labor for Christ in China, in India, and later in Africa. G. Campbell Morgan

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66. All Things Work Together For Good -- From Hidden Wisdom Magazine
tribulation. Many love Jesus so long as no adversities befall them. Thomasa Kempis (13801471). Christ? Thomas a Kempis (1380-1471).
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We can stand affliction better than we can prosperity, for in prosperity we forget God. D. L. Moody
Afflictions make the heart more deep, more experimental, more knowing and profound, and so, more able to hold, to contain, and beat more. John Bunyan As in nature and in the arts, so in grace: it is rough treatment that gives souls, as well as stones, their luster. The more the diamond is cut, the brighter it sparkles, and in what seems hard dealings God has no end in view but to perfect our graces. Thomas Guthrie By afflictions God is spoiling us of what otherwise might have spoiled us. When he makes the world too hot for us to hold, we let it go. Sir John Powell Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows but only empties today of its strength. C. H. Spurgeon Anxiety springs from the desire that things should happen as we wish rather than as God wills. Anonymous Do not look forward to what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father; who cares for you today, will take care of you tomorrow, and every day. Either he will shield you from suffering or he will give you unfailing strength to bear it.

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            The Journey of the Mind to God, tr. P. Boehner, O.F.M. (Indianapolis, 1993).Entire pp. 4-39.
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    70. Tagesaktuell Im Evangeliumsnetz
    Translate this page Vorläufer der Reformation Kempis, Hus, Wycliffe im 14./15. lehrten und PredigtenGerhard Groot (um 1384) und sein Schüler Thomas von Kempen (1380-1471).

    71. Larry Marietta's Music Notes From Sunday Morning Services March 21, 1999 At FCCB
    O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High is a 23stanza Latin poem entitled Apparuitbenignitas , attributed to Thomas à Kempis (c.1380-1471.) Thomas à Kempis
    Larry Marietta's Music Notes from Sunday Morning Services at FCCB
    March 21, 1999
    As the Sun Doth Daily Rise " comes from the Latin hymn "Matutinus altiora", which was translated by J. Masters who referred to it as "King Alfred's Hymn." The nephew of the renowned Admiral Viscount Nelson, Horatio Nelson (1823-1913), included this text in his Hymns for Saints' Days, and other Hymns , 1864. INNOCENTS gets its name from the tune's first use with the text "Little flowers of martyrdom", which was frequently sung at the Feast of the Holy Innocents. It first appeared in The Parish Choir , 1850, a significant Anglo-Catholic church music periodical that introduced many Latin hymns. It is interesting to note that the only American hymnals that include this hymn are The Pilgrim Hymnal , 1958, and The United Methodist Hymnal The text for " When Morning Gilds the Skies " first appeared in Katholisches Gesangbuch , 1828 It bore the title "A Christian Greeting", and contained 14 stanzas with no author's name. Edward Caswall (1812-1878), a noted Anglican and Catholic priest, translated it for use at St. Paul's Cathedral, London. It became to popular that St. Paul's published it on leaflets for distribution to the general public. In 1868 LAUDES DOMINI was composed for this text by Joseph Barnby (1838-1896), noted organist at York Minster and precentor at Eton College. The hymn as we know it first appeared in Hymns Ancient and Modern There Is a Balm in Gilead " is an African-American spiritual based on Jeremiah 8:22, "Is there no balm in Gilead? Is there no physician there?" Offering hope and encouragement, it reaffirms the acceptance that history is in motion, moving toward a divine fulfillment.

    72. Polish Publishing Co.
    ALT AUTHOR Thomas, Kempis, 13801471. TITLE Czwarta ksiazka do czytaniadla szkol ludowych w Ameryce IMPRINT nd DESCRIPT 395, v p. ill.
    TITLE Druga ksiazka do czytania dla szkol ludowych w Ameryce. EDITION Wyd. 20, przejrzane i popr. IMPRINT DESCRIPT 173 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. TITLE Elementarz dla szkol ludowych w Ameryce / przejrzany i poprawiony przez Wydzial Pedagogiczny Kolegium sw. Stanislawa w Chicago, Ill. IMPRINT DESCRIPT 87 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. ALT AUTHOR Kolegium Stanislawa (Chicago, Ill.). Wydzial Pedagogiczny. TITLE Dzieje Polski : dla uzytku szkol polskich w Ameryce / opracowane z polecenia Spolki Nakladowej Wydawnictwa Pol. IMPRINT DESCRIPT 487 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. AUTHOR Szwajkart, Stanislaw, 1857- TITLE Arytmetyka : na podstawie dziel Stoddard'a, Quackenboss'a, Ray'a, jakotezpolskich dziel europejskich opracowana, i do uzytku parafialnych szkol polskich w Stanach Zjednoczonych / zastosowana przez Stanislawa Szwajkarta. czesc pierwsza ; dzialania liczbami calkowitymi. IMPRINT DESCRIPT iv, 106 p. ; 21 cm. NOTE "Czesc pierwsza. Dzialania liczbami calkowitemi" t.p. TITLE Trzecia ksiazka do czytania dla szkol ludowych w Ameryce.

    73. MASTER
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    74. Christ
    Christ also suffered leaving us an Example that we should follow hisSteps. 1ST St. Pet. 2.G.21. Thomas, a Kempis, 13801471. The
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    The Christian's pattern, or, A treatise of the Imitation of Christ /written originally in Latin, by Thomas a Kempis; with a preface, containing an account of the usefulness of this treatise, directions for reading it with advantage, and likewise an account of this edition; compared with the original, and corrected throughout by John Wesley
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    75. Title Page
    THE LATIN INTO MODERN ENGLISH THE BRUCE PUBLISHING COMPANY MILWAUKEE iv Nihil obstat: H. B. Ries , Censor liborum Imprimatur: + Moyses E. Kiley , Archiepiscopus Milwaukiensis November 5, 1940 The Bruce Publishing Company Printed in the U. S. A. (Ninth Printing - 1949) v

    76. KEMPIS, Thomas A
    Kempis, Thomas à. Born Circa 1380, Kempen or Kempten, near Düsseldorf, the Rhineland (now Germany) Died July 25 or August 8, 1471, St. Agnietenberg near Zwolle, Bishopric of Utrecht (now the Netherlands)
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    Born: Circa 1380, Kempen or Kempten, near Düsseldorf, the Rhineland (now Germany) Died: July 25 or August 8, 1471, St. Agnietenberg near Zwolle, Bishopric of Utrecht (now the Netherlands) Thomas à Kempis was born into a peasant family in what is now Germany. His mother taught a school for small children and she was responsible for his early formal education. At the age of twelve, he left his mother's school to attend a chapter school in Deventer. At the school, he was dubbed Thomas from Kempen, and he eventually adopted that name. In 1399, Kempis left school to go to the Monastery at St. Agnietenberg. His brother was prior at the monastery and Kempis formally entered the Augustinian order in 1406. Three years later, he was fully ordained as a priest and by the time he was forty-five, he was appointed subprior of St. Agnietenberg. He lived to be ninety-one and most of his adult life was spent at the monastery. It was there that he died in 1471. Much of Kempis' time was spent copying manuscripts and working with new members of the order, but he found time to produce much of his own writing as well. He wrote several biographies and completed a history of the St. Agnietenberg monastery; however, his most important work was

    77. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Thomas A Kempis
    Visit New Advent for the Summa Theologica, Church Fathers, Catholic Encyclopedia and more. T Thomas à Kempis. A Thomas à Kempis. Author of the "Imitation of Christ", born at Kempen in the
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    Author of the "Imitation of Christ" , born at Kempen in the Diocese of Cologne , in 1379 or 1380; died 25 July, 1471. His parents, John and Gertrude Haemerken, were of the artisan class; it is said that Gertrude kept the village school, and most probably the father worked in metals, a common calling in Kempen, whence perhaps the surname Haemerken, or Haemerlein, Latinized Malleolus Christians at Jerusalem and Antioch in the first. It owed its inception to the fervid preaching of the Deacon Gerard Groote, its further organization to the prudence and generous devotedness of Florentius Radewyn. Its associates were called the "Devout Brothers and Sisters", also the "Brothers and Sisters of the Common Life". They took no vows, but lived a life of poverty, chastity, and obedience, as far as was compatible with their state, some in their own homes and others, especially clerics, in community. They were forbidden to beg, but all were expected to earn their living by the labour of their hands; for the clerics this meant chiefly the transcribing of books and the instruction of the young. All earnings were placed in a common fund, at the disposal of the superior; the one ambition of all was to emulate the life and virtues of the first Christians , especially in the love of God His first tenure of office as subprior was interrupted by the exile of the community from Agnetenberg (1429), occasioned by the unpopular observance of the Canons of Windesheim of an

    78. Thomas à Kempis
    Thomas à Kempis (1380 1471) was a medieval Christian monk and author of Imitationof Christ, one of the most well-known Christian books on devotion.
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    ) was a medieval Christian monk and author of Imitation of Christ , one of the most well-known Christian books on devotion. He was born at Kempen, Germany (40 miles northwest of Cologne ) in 1380 and died near Zwolle (52 miles east-north-east of Amsterdam ) in 1471. His paternal name was Hemerken or Hammerlein, "little hammer." In 1395 he was sent to the school at Deventer conducted by the Brethren of the Common Life . He became skilful as a copyist and was thus enabled to support himself. Later he was admitted to the Augustinian convent of Mount Saint Agnes near Zwolle, where his brother John had been before him and had risen to the dignity of prior. Thomas received priest's orders in 1413 and was made subprior in 1429. The house was disturbed for a time in consequence of the pope's rejection of the bishop-elect of Utrecht, Rudolph of Diepholt; otherwise, Thomas' life was a quiet one, his time being spent between devotional exercises, composition, and copying. He copied the Bible no less than four times, one of the copies being preserved at Darmstadt in five volumes. In its teachings he was widely read, and his works abound in Biblical quotations, especially from the

    79. Literary Encyclopedia: A Kempis, Thomas
    A Kempis, Thomas. (1380 1471). Domain Religion.Monk, Theologian. Active 1400 - 1471 in Germany, Continental Europe.

    80. Literary Encyclopedia: List People (A)
    225 Matches for A. A Kempis, Thomas (A Kempis, Thomas Thomas Hammerlein or Hamerken).1380 1471. Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad (Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad ). 1914 - 1987.

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