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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • vigorous mind, filled with love for all that the world contained of beauty
    • lover of poetry, art, literature, and was a most capable ruler as well.
    • city where logical argumentation, beloved by the medieval scholarly mind,
    • witnessed and whose life he recorded, loved Paris for its generous supply of
    • loved by Alfred the Great, who translated it into Anglo-Saxon; by Chaucer,
    • scholar and author, so beloved by the common people who flocked to his
    • out to one another in fraternal love and a spirit of true humanity.
    • “All those in whom the love of God or the terror brought about by the
    • the vigorous directness of the Reformers. Although Tauler loved, as he
    • center sat tranquilly, the lovely form of the Eternal Wisdom. Beside her sat,
    • to fervent love, or to new light, or to longing and thirsting for God, or to
    • end, this love-inspired Swabian poet-knight of the spirit, singer of the
    • with the bliss of heaven. He spoke simply and directly to them of the love
    • “sister houses” for women were also established. Groote loved books,
    • Like all mystics, he loved animals and flowers, and his greatest earthly joy
    • having seen men so devout, so full of love for God and their fellow-men.
    • University of Pavia on one of the works of the ancient world beloved by the
    • whom all his parishioners loved, and who loved them in return.
    • Weigel also loved the sermons of Johannes Tauler because “they testify to
    • and today are among the best-loved hymns of the Protestant church.
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • approaches the spirit of prophecy . . . Men can be enjoined to love and hate,
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • forth in eternity, and nothing but the lovely divine Word, which is the
    • Knights in Frankfurt; it teaches many lovely insights into divine truth, and
    • soul which wants to love a God whom it never will be able to live within
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • Him.” — “God loves me above Himself; if I love Him above myself
    • commandment were written, the godly would yet love God and their neighbor.”
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • look upon a cow, and want to love God as they love a cow. Thus they love God
    • not love God aright . . . Foolish people deem that they should look upon God
    • is, the interior of man. Now you must know that every man who loves God does
    • image borrowed from the individual life of man. God cannot love His creation
    • as one individual man loves another; God cannot have created the world as a
    • inner vision. It is in the nature of God that He loves the world. A god
    • who could love and also not love is formed in the image of the individual man.
    • God's will and in God's love it is a joy to do all the good things God
    • love; you can only deceive the world into the belief that you have it.”

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