William Sloane Coffin has fought for social justice and argued that
faith must be at the heart of political and intellectual life. This
is a collection of his most memorable words, spoken over a 40-year
ministry. They are not sermons - the longest quotation is probably
300-400 words - but rather sentences and paragraphs that reflect
the heart of his message. It is arecord of his remarkable public
words on issues ranging from charity and justice, politics,
economic issues, the environment and nuclear disarmament, to the
meaning of faith, the church and a minister's responsibility.
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