THE CHRIST OF THE AMERICAN ROAD by  Stanley Jones

THE CHRIST OF THE AMERICAN ROAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Into this little book Stanley Jones has packed his impressions of American life and American Christianity gained during the last four years when he has traveled throughout the land speaking and lecturing and conferring with representative Americans. Stanley Jones has been disturbed by his impressions of America and he means to disturb his readers out of their complacency and their hesitations. He deals in forth-right fashion with personal, social, economic, political and ecclasiastical problems, and always with an insistence that only in and through Christ can we apply to the full our creed. ""All men are created equal""; our pledge of ""liberty and justice for all"" and our motto, "" pluribus unum."" This little book deserves as wide a reading as The Christ of the Indian Road, despite the impression that while Stanley Jones knows his India from thirty years of sharing its life, he knows his America primarily by looking at it from the platform, where he is still introduced as ""Stanley Jones of India."" Sale not limited to Religious Book market.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury