LET US HAVE FAITH by Helen Keller

LET US HAVE FAITH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The woman whose life story is a demonstration of the power of faith, here makes eloquent plea for the evaluation and perpetuation of faith. ""Faith is thought directed toward good, and like all thought-power, it is infinite"", she says. She defines her conception of God, not a dictator-God, but a God of love and tolerance; she shows how faith can be acquired, and how it is America's responsibility to affirm its existence and to rely on faith to combat a totalitarian world.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran