THE POWER OF HIS NAME by Robert E. Luccock

THE POWER OF HIS NAME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Presenting Christ as the mediator, reconciler and redeemer of the world of men, Mr. Robert E. Luccock knows how to take old truths and present them to a modern world in a fresh and striking way that enhances their power. He has ready access to the world of literature and the every-day affairs of men from which he draws abundant illustrations. Some of his chapter titles- ""Christ the Redeemer of Life's Lost Meaning"", ""Christ, the Teacher"", ""Christ, the Forgiving God"", ""Christ our Partner in Prayer"", ""Christ the Master in a Community of Faith"", ""Christ the Conqueror of Our Anxiety""- will give some indication of the breadth of the author's canvas, but the book must be read to grasp the depth of meaning which comes from his penetrating insight. It would have been a good book for Lenten reading, but any time would be an appropriate time for the inquirer or the Christian who knows that there is more to life than meets his own eye.

Pub Date: April 27th, 1960
Publisher: Harper