Writings of Julian of Norwich by Keith Beasley-Topliffe
- Historical commentary
- Biographical info
- Appendix with further readings
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Julian of Norwich, a late 14th-century nun and spiritual writer, wrote descriptions of her “showings” and other insights from a lifetime of prayer, and these writings have inspired countless Christians. Julian’s writing offers what some believe to be one of the most moving discussions of God’s love in all of Christian literature.