BARRIERS AND BRIDGES TO BROTHERHOOD by Haskell M. Miller

BARRIERS AND BRIDGES TO BROTHERHOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dr. Haskell M. Miller, now head of the department of Social Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C., combines in himself not only theological training and pastoral experience, but also training in the social sciences. He calls on his total experience in this study of intergroup relations to help those who would advance the Christian brotherhood which the Gospel proclaims in a world of broken human relationships. He makes available the discoveries and emphases which emerge from the social sciences, so that the lyoamles of group relationships may be used in the better understanding between and creedal groups. Professional workers in both church and community enterprises will find this an indispensable tool as they seek to break down barriers and built to brotherhood.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1962
Publisher: Abingdon Press