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Although the author of this work is
unknown, it was discovered and published by Martin Luther
in 1516. Upon his discovery, Luther declared, "Next to the Bible and St.
Augustine, no book has ever come into my hands from which I have learnt
more of God and Christ, and man and all things that are." This book
encourages Christians to follow the path of Christ, abandoning the life
of selfishness, sin, and licentiousness. When we allow the divine light
of God to infiltrate our daily activities, God is able to guide our
wills with His perfect will. Theologia Germanica was written from
the Catholic tradition, but the author's insightful spiritual advice
speaks to Christians of all denominations. Indeed, this illuminating
work of Christian mysticism will aid those who earnestly seek to live a
CCEL Staff Writer