ALL BELIEVERS ARE BROTHERS by Roland Gammon

ALL BELIEVERS ARE BROTHERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Piety makes strange bedfellows here out of H. L. Hunt and Martin Luther King; Konrad Adenauer and the Dalai Lama; Elmer G. Letterman (""the number one salesman in the United States"") and Pope Paul VI. They are among an international galaxy of thinkers whose inspirational statements are collected in this volume, a sequel to the author's 1963 Faith Is A Star. As might be expected amid such heterodoxy, the visions vary. Some writers preach the gospel of work; others the power of prayer; a few, like U Thant and Dr. King, criticize men for failing to act on their beliefs. Most, however, write of the direct experience of religion in their personal lives, concluding that faith can move mountains. Each statement is prefaced by a brief biographical sketch. For those who read Reader's Digest religiously.

Pub Date: June 6th, 1969
Publisher: Doubleday