The Imitation of Christ

Version: Unabridged
Author: Thomas A. Kempis
Narrator: David Cochran Heath
Genres: Christianity
Publisher: Hovel Audio
Published In: June 2004
# of Units: 5 CDs
Length: 6 hours, 6 minutes
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Overview

Thomas A. Kempis' collection of meditative writings from the Bretheren of the Common Life is the most widely read book in the world after the Bible. The reflective devotions have been a heartening friend to great men such as Thomas More, St. Ignatius Loyola, Thomas Merton, Pope John Paul I, and John Wesley. Learning to live live Jesus is the central task that A. Kempis explores in this classic devotional. This book provides comfort and counsel to every person who seeks to live a more connected and whole life.

Reviews (3)

The Imitation of Chirst

Written by Carole Zoellner from Bradenton, FL on March 8th, 2008

  • Book Rating: 2/5

I returned this audiobook before completing it. It is not a novel-story time of audio book. It did not hold my interest. I listen to my audio books as I take a half hour walk each AM. On a positive side, it is loaded with wonderful information.

better as daily devotional

Written by Bruce on April 9th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 3/5

good. hard to listen to big chunks on a long drive, but it's a good daily contemplative work to take in pieces.

Great Way to Start to day

Written by Guadalupe Alvarez on January 28th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Excellent set of tapes to listen to and start each morning. It is filled with insightful and thougt provoking wisdom that has come down from the ages and will help to make you a better person. There are 5 cds and it is long but well worth it. Very inspiring and a GREAT SUPPLEMENT to the greatest book ever written (THE BIBLE).

Author Details

Author Details

Kempis, Thomas A.

Thomas A Kempis (1379/80-1471) was a member of the Brethren, priest, Augustinian monk, author of a dozen books, and copyist extraordinaire. He lived at and was a member of the Windesheim congregation at Agneitenberg monastery in the Netherlands for more than seventy years.