Reading Mother Teresa: A Calvinist Looks Lovingly at "The Little Bride of Christ"
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Mother Teresa's dedicated love for the poor of Calcutta brought her admirers from around the world. Millions loved her, none more than the forgotten she felt called to serve. But few had any idea that her love for God seemed at times unrequited, that "the little bride of Christ" felt herself somehow outside the range of God's love. In a series of meditations, James Calvin Schaap tells the story of Teresa of Calcutta and reflects on the deep faith but also the nagging doubt that characterized one of the most beloved human beings of the 20th century.
Dordt College Press
Sioux Center, Iowa
Mother Teresa of Calcutta, devotion, faith, spiritual life
Schaap, James C., "Reading Mother Teresa: A Calvinist Looks Lovingly at "The Little Bride of Christ"" (2015). Books by Dordt Authors. 45.