Professor Reinhold Niebuhr: A Mentor to the Twentieth Century
Stone breaks new ground by providing a fresh survey of Reinhold Niebuhr as professor, demonstrating that this vocation was central to Niebuhr's lifework. This book reveals Niebuhr's passion for the development of an intellectually equipped, socially concerned Christian ministry. Stone was Niebuhr's last graduate assistant. Bibliography. Index.
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