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William Sloane Coffin challenged the nation with his passionate calls for social justice. In this best-seller, Coffin gives a powerful record of his remarkable public life, offering his inspiring words on issues ranging from charity and justice to politics and the meaning of faith.

Author: William Sloane Coffin
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Published: 01/01/2004
Pages: 173
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.82lbs
Size: 8.66h x 6.22w x 0.77d
ISBN: 9780664227074
Award: Book of the Year - Winner

Review Citation(s):
Christian Century 12/27/2003 pg. 32

About the Author
Coffin, William Sloane: - William Sloane Coffin served as chaplain of Yale University and Williams College, was senior minister of Riverside Church, and is President Emeritus of SANE/FREEZE: Campaign for Global Security. He became famous while at Yale in the 1960s for his opposition to the Vietnam War. He was jailed as a civil rights Freedom Rider, indicted by the U.S. government in the Benjamin Spock conspiracy trial, and has been immortalized as Rev. Sloan in the Doonesbury comic strip. Both Union Theological Seminary in New York and Yale University have established scholarships in his honor.Included in his works are Credo and A Passion for the Possible, both available from WJK.

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