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Spiritually speaking, all relationships serve one purpose: self-knowledge. Self-knowledge serves one purpose: awakening to the truth of one's self. Awakening to the truth of oneself serves one purpose: dying to oneself. Dying to oneself serves one purpose: rebirth. And rebirth is the purpose and fulfillment of all relationships.

©2012 Life of Learning/Guy Finley (P)2012 Life of Learning/Guy Finley

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C.S.Lewis and passive resistance.

For any person struggling to understand the resurrection, Guy Finley presents a guide to understanding which cannot but help listeners come to a better comprehension of this wonderful subject.

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  • 31-12-2017

Wasn't as expected

I was very excited to hear this book, but when I started it, the audio was scratchy and the focus (as the title indicates) of reflecting on C.S. Lewis' work, wasn't until close to the end of it. I had expected this presentation to be more focused on spirituality of the LWW, which it isn't.

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