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Divine Love & Wisdom

Narrated by: Gordon Meyer
Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins
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Divine Love and Wisdom has been called the most profound work of the Enlightenment scientist and seer Emanuel Swedenborg. It demonstrates how God's love, wisdom, and humanity are reflected in creation and in ourselves, and suggests that the act of creation is not a mystery of the past, but a miracle ongoing in every instant of the present. Like a blueprint of things unseen, Divine Love and Wisdom makes visible the hidden design of the universe, as well as the qualities of its architect. Its vivid depiction of the spiritual mechanism of the world has impressed thinkers such as William Blake, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry James Sr.

The new century edition of the works of Emanuel Swedenborg is a modern-language, scholarly translation of Swedenborg's theological works. The series' easy-to-hear style retains the dignity, variety, clarity, and gender-inclusive language of Swedenborg's original Latin, bringing his thought to life.

©2010 Swedenborg Foundation, Inc. (P)2013 Swedenborg Foundation, Inc.

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  • rockomerik
  • 07-07-20

Illuminating

Swedenborg wrote his books in Latin over 250 years ago, so this translation takes a little getting used to. But it grew on me. It is free of Biblical citations, as its approach is more philosophical. He makes his points convincingly if a bit repetitively. Overall, highly rècommended. It may just change your understanding of the world.