25 BEACON STREET AND OTHER RECOLLECTIONS by Dana McLean Greeley

25 BEACON STREET AND OTHER RECOLLECTIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The book of reminiscences and observations by the one-time president of the American Unitarian Association consists of two types of material. The first three chapters and the last are somewhat more personal, and describe the author's personal beliefs, his rise to his administrative office, and then, at the end, his new interest in ecumenical developments. The five middle chapters are concerned with events connected with the merger of the Unitarian and the Universalist denominations, and the issues and problems arising out of this merger, in which Dr. Greeley took a significant role. The contents of the book will limit its readership to members of the Unitarian-Universalist affiliation, but the style is lucid, alive, and pleasurable.

Pub Date: June 2nd, 1971
Publisher: Beacon