Though written in the 15th century for monks, The Imitation of Christ invites today's Christians to follow the path that Jesus walked. Nystrom's 6-lesson guide is based on themes from the original text---such as grace, humility, suffering, and peace---and features excerpted readings, Scripture study, and questions for discussion and reflection. 78 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Review 1 for Thomas A. Kempis, Imitating Jesus: Christian Classics Bible Studies
Date:September 29, 2010
This study is a quick paced, very in-depth review of what is entailed in being a christian and following Christ. It helps the reader to understand what God wants from us, and what may be required. I felt this study helped pull me into the "meat" of being christian, instead of living on milk. It guides us into a deeper committment to God.
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Review 2 for Thomas A. Kempis, Imitating Jesus: Christian Classics Bible Studies
Date:July 13, 2010
It's very indepth and made me think more about some of the more difficult aspects of Christianity.