Robyn Wrigley-Carr returns to the Ren­o­varé Pod­cast to talk with Nate about Eve­lyn Under­hill — the 20th cen­tu­ry author, spir­i­tu­al direc­tor and retreat leader — and about Baron Friedrich Von Hügel, whose spir­i­tu­al direc­tion trans­formed Evelyn’s life with God.

Show Notes

[2:15] Here’s a quote from Eugene Peter­son: The most exten­sive and invit­ing intro­duc­tion … a bril­liant­ly writ­ten book.” How did it feel to have read that about your book?

[3:49] Could you tell me what is a baron and who is said Baron that was so impact­ful on Evelyn’s life, and on Eugene’s too?

[6:56] What were [Von Hügel’s] health issues?

[8:59] Why did [Von Hügel] only want to see [Eve­lyn Under­hill] twice a year?

[ ] What would you say were some of the key com­po­nents in [Eve­lyn Underhill’s] own for­ma­tion?

[ ] Who were some of these folks that were influ­enc­ing [Eve­lyn]?

[ ] I find it help­ful to hear [Baron Von Hügel] doing spir­i­tu­al direc­tion in a very dif­fer­ent way than we think of it… What would you say were some of Eve­lyn Underhill’s con­tri­bu­tions to the dis­ci­pline of spir­i­tu­al direc­tion?

[ ] What about [Evelyn’s] life inspires you


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