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Signs of Hope in a Century of Despair

By Elton Trueblood

Hardcover: 125 pages
Publisher: Harper & Brothers (1950)
Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 7.5 ounces
Condition: Used/good with decent DJ (minor tears)

Price: $22.00

Synopsis

Even if, at mid-century, we are “at the end of an era,” or “running a race with catastrophe,” we need not despair, Elton Trueblood assures us. There are ample signs of hope, trustworthy harbingers of new life, fresh beginnings made in many areas.

Thus in his newest book, a dependable analyst of things spiritual lays a solid foundation for the sensible, genuinely Christian optimism which also takes into account the failures of the past, the crises of the present, and the difficulties of the future. It is a worth successor to his The Predicament of Modern Man.

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Weight 6.6 oz