Tolstoy and how the unbeliever feels

Paul Frenzeny Levin and Kitty Skating Doubt Hypocrisy Faith Church Anna Karenina Tolstoy

If you have read this blog before, you will know that I am reading Tolstoy's Anna Karenina because the insights it offers into the human soul are far more insightful than any academic paper. Here Tolstoy describes how his character, Levin, feels during a service of confession at church: Levin found himself, like the majority … Continue reading Tolstoy and how the unbeliever feels

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Praying with Anna Karenina: Tolstoy, Ignatian Prayer and Reviewing the Day

How to pray | Anna Karenina | Praying with Tolstoy

This quote is from "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy. As explained in an earlier post, I am reading Tolstoy because he describes the human condition so well. Today at church I taught on Ignatian prayer; a copy of the handout I compiled, summarising what I said, is available here. A key part of the Ignatian … Continue reading Praying with Anna Karenina: Tolstoy, Ignatian Prayer and Reviewing the Day