A FAITH FOR FELLOWSHIP by  Donald E.

A FAITH FOR FELLOWSHIP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

who teaches at the Southern California School of Theology, is con and support a theological position on which men and women of diverse re background can enter into fellowship. He identifies this , and proceeds to show how the modern outlook offered by pay and trends, calls for the openness of attitude which is in a true liberal theological position. The discussion is developed of current finding in the fields of the psychology of per theory, symbolism, and the like. It is less easy to say is resuscitating the liberalism familiar in theological circles a has in mind a new liberalism more consonant with today's thought, displayed is sound; the style somewhat abstract and dry. Although the the material was developed out of a program for lay people in a subur is doubtful whether many lay people would find the book applicable to or reading capacities.

Pub Date: March 15th, 1965
Publisher: Westminster