SPIRES OF THE SPIRIT by Frederick Brown Harris

SPIRES OF THE SPIRIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For over twenty-five years pastor of the Foundry Methodist Church of Washington, D.C., Dr. Harris is perhaps even better known as the Chaplain of the United States Senate and as the author of a weekly column published in the Washington Star and more recently in the Philadelphia Bulletin and, through the Bell Syndicate, in a number of other newspapers throughout the country. This volume contains selections from the weekly column in the Star. They are informal and friendly meditations, not profound, but stimulating and particularly helpful to those who read little else than the newspapers and ""slick"" magazines"". The following are sample themes: ""Counting on Unhatched Chickens,"" ""How Big are You?"" ""The Fallacy of the Elsewhere."" ""The Dangerous Drug of Applause.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury