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Working It Out: Growing Spiritually with the Poetry of George Herbert

Joseph L. Womack; none [Editor]; none [Illustrator];

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ISBN 10: 0615234879 / ISBN 13: 9780615234878
Published by RKW Publications, 2009
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Title: Working It Out: Growing Spiritually with the...

Publisher: RKW Publications

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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The Apostle Paul exhorted the church at Philippi to "work out your salvation." George Herbert, a 17th century Anglican priest, worked out his salvation in his poetry as he portrayed "a picture of the many spiritual conflicts that has passed betwixt God and my soul before I could subject mine to the will of Jesus my Master." George Herbert was a member of a distinguished family, a scholar at Cambridge, a member of the English Parliament, and, finally, a priest in the Anglican Church and a rector of a small rural parish. Most noteworthy, however, was his poetry. In it Herbert made his great contribution to English literature and Christian Spirituality. As Harold Bloom points out in The Best Poems of the English Language, there are only a few extraordinary devotional poets in the English language...by any standard George Herbert is the devotional poety proper in English." In this book are over 50 poems that reveal the spiritual struggles of, and the peace found by, this celebrated devotional poet. Each of the poems is presented and then followed by a commentary on the poem along with reflections designed to enable the reader to connect with the poems on a personal level. The purpose of the book is to assist the reader in understanding and experiencing the wholeness of George Herbert's poetry and thereby to enable the reader to come to a better understanding of God's workings in his or her life.

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Joseph L. Womack has degrees from Baylor University, The School of Law of The University of Texas at Austin, and the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, VA. He has taught English literature at Stetson University, was an attorney for 20 years with the U.S. House of Representatives, and has served as an ordained minister for 3 churches in Virginia. He is retired and lives in Richmond, VA with his wife, Cynthia.

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