THE CHRISTIAN HAS WINGS by W. E. Sangster

THE CHRISTIAN HAS WINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dr. Sangster left eeds to go to London to live in a public air raid shelter in September, 1940. There he has written this book, basing the different essays on words from the addresses of ten international statesmen, Roosevelt, Churchill, Eden, Halifax, etc. -- He discusses various aspects of the war, and its outcome, in terms of security, democracy, the new order, freedom, progress, etc. Dr. Sangster has a wide following and this new book is a stimulating one.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury