This series of essays on the realities of the Christian faith is so arranged as to lend itself readily to personal or...

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THE GREAT REALITIES

This series of essays on the realities of the Christian faith is so arranged as to lend itself readily to personal or corporate devotions. Its treatment of such subjects as Man, God, Prayer, Worship, Faith, Love and Peace is such as to provide a course of training for the soul that it may grasp the meaning for us today of these great concepts. The author leads the reader into a healthy process of soul-searching without intruding any particular theological or denominational point of view and without riding one of the religious hobbies that seem no fashionable. Written for Protestants, the laity and the clergy alike, who are willing to give time and thought to the deeper meanings of their faith.

Pub Date: Sept. 7, 1955

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Publisher: Harper

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1955