Books Written by Eberhard Arnold
There are eleven books written by Eberhard Arnold that are available from The Plough Publishing House as free ebooks or as printed books.
What did Christianity look like before it became an institution? Find out for yourself with this collection of firsthand accounts of the early church. Includes excerpts from Origen, Tertullian, Polycarp, Clement of Alexandria, Justin, Irenaeus, and others—and equally revealing material from their critics, detractors and persecutors.
If you've never read any of Eberhard Arnold's writings before, this collection may be the best place to start. For those already familiar with the author, this ebook might be described as the Portable Arnold - a collection of the strongest and best of his prolific output.
Eberhard Arnold doesn't approach discipleship as a benign route to religious fulfillment, but as revolution - a transformation that begins within and spreads outward to encompass every aspect of life. Here is the raw reality of the gospel that has the power to change the world.
Timeless yet as timely as ever, this short book explores the relationship of the individual to world suffering and points to a solution.
Arnold's classic guide into the heart of the gospel invites readers to turn from the chaos of a society distracted by violence and greed to that "inner land of the invisible, where our spirit can find the roots of its strength."
They were passionately in love, yet they rejected romance as the basis of their relationship, building instead on the promise of Jesus' words, "Seek first the kingdom of God." Circumstance (and scandalised parents) kept them separated for most of the next three years. But that separation bore its own fruit: an intense exchange of letters.
Eberhard Arnold published most of his essays during his lifetime, but almost none of his poems. It might have been shyness: many are love poems, and others reveal private struggles. All of them open a window on a man's inmost thoughts, and show him at his most essential and Christ-centered.
In this ebook, Eberhard Arnold describes the kind of prayer that pleases God, and challenges us to rediscover the prayer that has the power to transform our lives and our world.
Seventeen challenging talks and essays on the Sermon on the Mount, by a writer who believes their demands are viable and inescapable - and must be lived out today.
A concise, readable introduction to the life and writings of a man who, in his search for Christ, spent his life turning conventional Christianity on its head.
In this time-honored manifesto, Arnold adds his voice to the vital discussion of what real intentional community is all about: love, joy, unity, and the great "adventure of faith" shared with others along the way. He does not describe (or prescribe) community here, but provides a vision to guide our search. With two talks by Thomas Merton