A revolutionary way to pray for modern times. On one side is a bible verse from The Message by Euegene Peterson and on the other side is a relevant excerpt from a classic author. Think of it as a literary lectio divina.
Jane Austen says things so eloquently and prophetically that it seems only right to sing out in gratitude that perhaps some of the things we are experiencing are as timeless as the Bibles says they are. Austen cuts to the heart of the human condition, revealing our deepest sense of who we are, the relationships we value, and even the natural world we occupy.
This book is a perfect gifts for fans of Austen, or for those who have yet to discover her writings.
Other volumes in this series include William Shakespeare, Edith Wharton, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charles Dickens, Walt Whitman, Hans Christian Andersen, Herman Melville, and Louisa May Alcott.
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