A clergyman with an extensive and varied experience as a pastor, the author gives us a readable and practical book on the...

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FAITH TO LIVE BY

A clergyman with an extensive and varied experience as a pastor, the author gives us a readable and practical book on the uses of a vital religious faith for everyday living. After introductory chapters on the meaning of faith, the author proceeds in succeeding chapters to indicate how faith may affect health, give new meaning to the daily routine, overcome pessimism, handicap and sin, deliver us from obsessions and fear, solve marital problems, conquer alcoholism, meet the problem of loneliness, and in general make life satisfying and worth while. This is a book which will have some help for many people. The author is Protestant, the point of view liberal.

Pub Date: N/A

ISBN: 1164489240

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949