More than simply a Religious Book, this autobiography of one of the most beloved men in the Church, the Bishop of London. As simply and charmingly as he has lived, he has told his story. An inspiring, entertaining record full of the joys, sorrows and tragedy of a great city. His comment on Edward VIII is characteristic of the man's greatness, his sympathy and understanding. His personal humility in of a type all too rare. Recommend this book confidently, for the market is much wider than the ordinary listing might indicate. Bishop Ingram -- though retired -- has come forward in the present crisis, answering his country's need.