Merle Good's story about a New York University student, Eric, who visits the home of his Mennonite buddy in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Eric becomes sensitive to the differences in culture, religion, and religious beliefs. He gains insight into what the Christian faith can do for a socially ruptured world.
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