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Bestselling spiritual writer Henri J.M. Nouwen seizes the inspiration that came to him in his encounter with Rembrandt's depiction of the Gospel ...Show synopsisBestselling spiritual writer Henri J.M. Nouwen seizes the inspiration that came to him in his encounter with Rembrandt's depiction of the Gospel story "The Return of the Prodigal Son". Nouwen evokes the powerful drama of the parable in a rich, captivating way that is sure to reverberate in the hearts of readers.Hide synopsis
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Nouwen delves deep into the parable of the Prodigal Son, and into the painting by Rembrandt showing his return. Nouwen also reflects on how both have influenced his life, and how the painting and his meditations on it opened new inspirations for him.
My only complaint is the quality of the ...
This book, one of Fr. Nouwens' best, begins with an experience of an encounter - but an ecounter with a painting. Nouwen travells to Russia to see the painting, and manages to encounter it "in person". By allowing the beauty and truth of the painting to soak into his mind and heart, in the same way ...
This was my introduction to Henri Nouwen's writings, many more of which I have read since. Reading this book opened my soul to who I am in the prodigal, the elder, and the father. I have given many copies of this book to friends, led studies on this book. I do believe that it is an important book for ...
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