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Innerland

Eberhard Arnold

Innerland

Eberhard Arnold

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This work invites readers to respond to the chaos of a society distracted by violence and greed by turning to that inner land of the invisible, where our spirit can find the roots of its strength. Only there, Arnold believes, will we find the clarity of vision we need to win life's daily battle.

- Publisher Packed in metal boxes and buried at night for safekeeping from the Nazis, who raided the author's study while he was working on it, Innerland was not openly critical of Hitler's regime; nevertheless it attacked the spirits that animated German society* its murderous strains of racism and bigotry, its heady nationalistic fervor, its mindless mass hysteria and its vulgar materialism. In this sense Innerland stands as starkly opposed to the Zeitgeist of our own day as to that of the author's. A wellspring of remarkable spiritual depth, Arnold's classic work invites readers to turn from the chaos of a society distracted by violence and greed to that 'innerland of the invisible, where our spirit can find the roots of its strength.' Only there, he argues, can our life be placed under the illuminating light of the eternal and seen for what it is. Only there will we find the clarity of vision we need to win the daily battle that is life.

- Publisher 424 Pages

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About "Innerland"

This work invites readers to respond to the chaos of a society distracted by violence and greed by turning to that inner land of the invisible, where our spirit can find the roots of its strength. Only there, Arnold believes, will we find the clarity of vision we need to win life's daily battle.
- Publisher

Packed in metal boxes and buried at night for safekeeping from the Nazis, who raided the author's study while he was working on it, Innerland was not openly critical of Hitler's regime; nevertheless it attacked the spirits that animated German society* its murderous strains of racism and bigotry, its heady nationalistic fervor, its mindless mass hysteria and its vulgar materialism. In this sense Innerland stands as starkly opposed to the Zeitgeist of our own day as to that of the author's. A wellspring of remarkable spiritual depth, Arnold's classic work invites readers to turn from the chaos of a society distracted by violence and greed to that 'innerland of the invisible, where our spirit can find the roots of its strength.' Only there, he argues, can our life be placed under the illuminating light of the eternal and seen for what it is. Only there will we find the clarity of vision we need to win the daily battle that is life.
- Publisher

424 Pages
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Meet the Author

Eberhard Arnold

Arnold, pastor and social revolutionary, organic farmer and maverick theologian, was widely sought as a public speaker in his native Germany before and after World War I, and influenced thousands during his lifetime.

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  • Catalogue Code 158944
  • Product Code 0874869781
  • EAN 9780874869781
  • Pages 424
  • Department General Books
  • Category Spiritual Growth
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Plough Publishing House
  • Publication Date Apr 1999
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 22 mm
  • Weight 0.499kg

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