This is a contribution to the Doctrine of man, with specific emphasis upon potential and worth. Because he has potential,...

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COMPANION OF ETERNITY

This is a contribution to the Doctrine of man, with specific emphasis upon potential and worth. Because he has potential, questions of language, communication and method have to be dealt with, and because he has worth we must consider ideas of personality and God. Although the author claims not to have written for professionals and specialists, his largest readership will be among the Clergy, with a sprinkling of philosophers and other well trained laymen. They will be rewarded by seeing a man wrestle with some of the problems created by God when he combined spirit and flesh to form a companion for eternity.

Pub Date: April 10, 1961

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Publisher: Abingdon Press

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1961