Neuhaus, Richard John
January 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1993, Issue 29, p62
Describes the religious and spiritual views of Simone Weil based on her book "Waiting for God." Reputation of Weil; Writing style of Weil; Insights of Weil on Christian living; Information on her background.


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