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True Christianity   By: (1555-1621)

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In Johann Arndt's groundbreaking work, True Christianity, readers are traversed through the depths of spirituality, experiencing a transformative journey that challenges conventional religious perceptions. Drawing from his own profound spiritual experiences and contemplations, Arndt beautifully elucidates the essence of true Christian faith, breathing new life into familiar theological concepts.

In an era where religious dogma often overshadows personal connection with the divine, Arndt's writing serves as a refreshing departure from doctrinal rigidity. He invites readers to embark on a reflective expedition, encouraging them to look inwardly and foster a genuine, individual relationship with God.

True Christianity unfolds with unsurpassed eloquence, guiding readers through the intricate webs of the soul's longing for spirituality and its profound connection to the divine. Arndt's words resonate with a sense of deep empathy and understanding, offering solace to those who may have been disillusioned by traditional religious practices. His work challenges readers to shed the façade of superficial religiosity and embrace the transformative power of genuine faith.

Arndt's ability to address complex theological concepts with clarity and simplicity is a testament to his spiritual depth and intellectual prowess. He skillfully bridges the gap between the mysteries of faith and the realm of human existence, providing nuanced insights that lead to a more profound understanding of Christianity.

One of the defining aspects of True Christianity is its emphasis on personal introspection and transformative action. Arndt argues that genuine Christianity is not a mere belief system or a set of traditions; rather, it is a way of life that permeates every aspect of our existence. Through practical guidance and profound examples, he nurtures a deep sense of responsibility that challenges readers to actively embody the principles of true Christian love, compassion, and humility.

While True Christianity offers a refreshing perspective on spirituality, it does require the reader's commitment to introspection and self-reflection. Arndt's profound exploration of spirituality may appear daunting to some, but those who fully engage with his eloquent prose will undoubtedly find it rewarding. The text acts as a catalyst for personal transformation, providing a roadmap for individuals to connect with the divine and live a more meaningful existence.

In essence, True Christianity is both a philosophical treatise and a spiritual guide. Arndt's uncanny ability to articulate complex ideas with elegance makes this book a timeless classic. It challenges readers to transcend the superficiality of religious practices and embark on a genuine, transformative spiritual journey. True Christianity is nothing short of an enlightening revelation for those seeking deeper spiritual meaning in their lives.

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True Christianity

A Treatise

On Sincere Repentance, True Faith, The Holy Walk of the True Christian, Etc.

By the Venerable

Johann Arndt

General Superintendant of Ecclesiastical Affairs in the Principality of Lüneberg

Originally Translated Into English By Rev. A. W. Boehm, German Chaplain at the Court of St. James, and Published in London, A.D. 1712.

A New American Edition,

Revised, Corrected, and Furnished with Additional Matter From The Original German,

Together With A

General Introduction,

By Charles F. Schaeffer, D.D.,

Professor of Theology in the Theological Seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, at Philadelphia


The Lutheran Book Store,

No. 807 Vine Street.

Smith, English & Co., No. 23 N. Sixth Street.



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