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Opinion reads: Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) was a true pioneer in many ways. She was the first woman to deliver lectures on religion at Oxford University; and in a time when the Church of England did not ordain women to the priesthood, she became renowned as a retreat leader and spiritual teacher. She wrote more than 25 books, including novels, collections of poetry, and a variety of books about prayer and spirituality. But her most enduring work has been her in-depth study of the beauty and splendor of the quest for union with God.

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