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Elisabeth Leseur: Selected Writings

Format: Digital
ISBN: 0809143291


Elisabeth Leseur (1866–1914) was a French lay women whose work touched suffering, devotions, and lay and feminist spirituality. This volume contains selections from her entire corpus, including her letters, which have never before appeared in English. This exciting edition opens up fresh avenues for historical study of feminine Christian worship and includes many insights still relevant for modern believers.

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Key Features

  • Provides modern audiences with an accessible English translation of this French author’s writing
  • Fully integrates and cross references with other resources from your Logos library
  • A curated collection of her most important writing, including her letters

Product Details

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About the Author

Élisabeth Arrighi Leseur (16 October 1866–3 May 1914), born Pauline Élisabeth Arrighi, was a French mystic best known for her spiritual diary and the conversion of her husband, Félix Leseur (1861–1950), a medical doctor and well known leader of the French anti-clerical, atheistic movement.