THE QUEST FOR INNER PEACE by William E. Park
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THE QUEST FOR INNER PEACE

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The President of the Northfield Schools is becoming one of the most popular preachers in the East, particularly on college campuses. He calls himself ""an itinerant preacher"" whose function Hadford Lucoock has described as ""setting off the same set of fireworks in a different place each week."" This volume contains samples of the ""fireworks"" Dr. Park is setting off in our college chapels, as it is a volume of his sermons, taking its title from the first sermon. These are sermons that sparkle. No one is apt to doze off under such preaching. A sense of humor, an aptitude for incisive illustrations, a bringing of truth to bear upon the issues of life today are among the characteristics of this preaching. Ministers will find herein much illustrative material and suggestions for of their own. Young people, their parents and teachers will find on it much fond for thought.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1947
Publisher: Macmillan