DEEP IS THE HUNGER by Howard Thurman
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DEEP IS THE HUNGER

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Howard Thurman, the Pastor of ""the Church for the Fellowship of all Peoples"" is Francisco is one of the most sought for preachers at college chapels and . His contribution to the large audiences he addresses each year across the and to his own inter-racial congregation consists not only in the prophetic quality of but also in his ability to lead a group into an atmosphere of of devotional readings grew out of his weekly messages printed in his church salls them ""Meditations for Apostles of Sensitiveness"" and presents them in three (1) A sense of history; (2) A sense of self and (3) A sense of presence. At the book Dr. Thurman gives us twenty-five ""working papers"" for meditations which he his own church. This is a book of rare quality, indeed, admirably suited for use the season for personal or group devotions. Dr. Thurman has unusual in extraordinary gift for using the penetrating word, phrase and illustration. of the tritely piqus in this book and the meditations deal with problems we all on keeping one's marve, on taking a stand, on finding severity in the . One of the best devotional books of the year.

Pub Date: Jan. 31st, 1951
Publisher: Harper