"The New Man" shows Thomas Merton at the height of his powers and
has as its theme the question of spiritual identity. What must we
do to recover possession of our true selves? By way of an answer,
Merton discusses how we have become strangers to ourselves by our
depence on outward identity and success, while our real need is for
a concern with the image of God in ourselves. At a time of
retrieval of our religious traditions, Merton's voice is both
intelligent and spiritually compelling.Thomas Merton, a Trappist
monk, is perhaps the foremost spiritual thinker of the
twentiethcentury. His diaries, social commentary, and spiritual
writings continue to be widely read after his untimely death in
Burns & Oates
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