Prayer and Worship

Prayer and Worship The writings of Thomas Kelly Douglas V Steere and D Elton Trueblood have become classics A new edition of Thomas Kelly s The Eternal Promise leads off the Contemporary Quaker Classics Added to this

  • Title: Prayer and Worship
  • Author: Douglas V. Steere
  • ISBN: 9780944350010
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • The writings of Thomas Kelly, Douglas V Steere, and D Elton Trueblood have become classics A new edition of Thomas Kelly s The Eternal Promise leads off the Contemporary Quaker Classics Added to this collection of essays by Kelly is Have You Ever Seen A Miracle and Children of the Light In addition, an introduction by Howard Macy and an index make this edition ofThe writings of Thomas Kelly, Douglas V Steere, and D Elton Trueblood have become classics A new edition of Thomas Kelly s The Eternal Promise leads off the Contemporary Quaker Classics Added to this collection of essays by Kelly is Have You Ever Seen A Miracle and Children of the Light In addition, an introduction by Howard Macy and an index make this edition of The Eternal Promise especially valuable Rounding out the set are Prayer and Worship Steere and The Trustworthiness of Religious Experience Trueblood.Discusses private and corporate prayer and devotional reading.

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    1. An interesting read--perhaps not as much scripture as I like, but the scriptural basis of what he is saying is pretty clear. And the chapter on corporate worship was really good and should be read by Christians everywhere. Lots of good ideas in this one; lots of things quite apropos to our times. I find it very comforting to read books written long ago that show they are trying to address the same problems I see today--the idea that the issues I see in the modern church are not new, not unique t [...]


    2. Reading this text in the 3rd printing (July, 1940), with the senses engaged in the thick pages, the plain font and the faint trace of a library smell, enhanced the experience of the longer sentences, the quiet pace, the reflective approach and the gentle civility of this "Quaker ecumenist" as describes him. 68 pages, each one worth reading.


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