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Donald Nicholl (23 July 1923 – 3 May 1997) was a British historian and theologian. A speaker of medieval Welsh, Irish and Russian, he published books on medieval and modern history, religion and a biography of Thurstan

Donald Nicholl (23 July 1923 – 3 May 1997) was a British historian and theologian. A speaker of medieval Welsh, Irish and Russian, he published books on medieval and modern history, religion and a biography of Thurstan. He has been regarded as "one of the most influential of modern Christian thinkers". Nicholl was born on 23 July 1923 into a poor working-class community in Halifax, West Yorkshire. He was the son of a brass finisher, William Nicholl.

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Author of Holiness, The Testing of Hearts, Recent thought in focus, Thurstan, The Beatitude of Truth, Triumphs of the Spirit in Russia. The Testing of Hearts. Recent thought in focus. The Beatitude of Truth. Triumphs of the Spirit in Russia.

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Holiness is a work of disarming simplicity, yet in not simplistic. It recognizes and respects the complexities, struggles, and rationalizations inside our hearts, even as it challenges us to greater depth of soul. It's a profound book-deceptively so because of its accessible language-that introduces us to what's deep inside the wells of our ancient spiritual traditions, and allow to what's deep inside the multiple crevasses layering our own hearts.

A simple but mature spiritual treatise for contemporary seekers. Donald Nicholl draws on many spiritual traditions and comes up with some surprising conclusions, i.e., the purpose of life is self sacrifice. His chapters on using daily life and suffering as spiritual paths are addressed with great insight. He has helped me on my path. I am most grateful to him.
I had to get this for a class otherwise I would not have gotten it. The reading was alright, but not what I would have expectd.
I have previously read books on this subject, i.e. Holiness, but this is the best; extraordinarily easy to read, put down and pick up again. I found I could relate to it in so many ways, finding it both helpful and infornative to me so yes, I would very much recommend it.
Great book for those interest in the subject. Not written for the casual reader as nearly as I can tell.
Professor Nicholl provides a way in to understanding what the world's great religions have in common--by helping us identify with our fellow human beings. Modern exemplars of concerted openness to the sacred, drawn from a variety of traditions, give flesh to what could in less conscientious hands be merely an abstract subject or simple self-deluded folly.
"Holiness" honors the real struggles of real saints, who share in our human search for holiness.
Well, then, what do the great religions of the world have in common?
We are all seeking the same thing; and the same thing is seeking all of us.
This book is truly outstanding. I read it in one day. Of particular interest is his discussion of the role of sacrifice in Christian life and why it is that it is necessary that the innocent (including our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ) sacrifice. He shows us a path to holiness that makes sense of suffering. I highly recommend it!
M. Scott Peck (author of "The Road Less Travelled) recommended this book. He called it a beautiful book
This wonderful book helps us to envision living with real simplicity and the constant access to Holiness such a life brings with it. Nicholl constantly brings to mind how the fretfulness and hurry of our lives separate us from what makes life most wonderful and blessed. He gives us very simple disciplines, though difficult to practice from within our world of noise and hurry, where silence and stillness, among others Nicholl points out to us, are the doors we seek.