RELIGION FOR VITAL LIVING by Thomas S. Kepler
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RELIGION FOR VITAL LIVING

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This book is an attempt to translate religious values and ideals of the Christian faith into an idiom for twentieth-century individuals"", states the author in his preface. The attempt is successful. For Professor Kepler of the Oberlin Graduate School of Theology knows how to write interestingly for the average citizen. He is concerned in this book with helping people to ""come of age religiously"" and ""to get along with themselves"". He has a chapter on saints which takes them out of stained-glass windows. His chapters on the ethic of Jesus in a modern world and on the dimensions of a Christian's world make stimulating reading. Altogether a most helpful book.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1953
ISBN: 0548449872
Publisher: World Publushing Co.