this can be a e-book concerning the value of mentors within the lives of the younger. yet instead of constructing the subject matter of mentoring theoretically, Douglas John corridor demonstrates its value really in my view, autobiographically. In his 20th yr and hoping to review track professionally, corridor met a tender minister whose "different" Christianity either stunned and intrigued him. in spite of everything, this friendship altered the process his life.
The publication strains the tale of this friendship of greater than part a century, and the impression of the days upon the lives of its central figures.
"Doug corridor weighs in back together with his attribute gracefulness and his mature, unusual knowledge. He bears witness to the incarnational approach of religion that impinges upon genuine lifestyles on the earth. corridor isn't any saint-maker, yet he is familiar with one whilst he sees one!"
Columbia Theological Seminary
"More than the other individual, Robert 'Bob' Miller, as vacationing examine Secretary of the coed Christian stream of Canada and bookman par excellence, introduced domestic to the new release of Canadian collage scholars of the Fifties via Seventies the non secular and philosophical debates, the paintings and literature, and the social and political turmoil of post-second international battle Europe. it isn't dazzling that he must have turn into the mentor of Douglas John corridor, Canada's pre-eminent Protestant theologian, who right here tells that tale with nice sensitivity and insight."
"Above all, this ebook is set friendship among prophets, either ministers of the United Church of Canada whose honor of their personal kingdom, or past, is very unlikely to evaluate. within the Messenger, Douglas John Hall's tribute to his good friend, the reader additionally learns lots approximately Canada's finest Protestant theologian who presents a desirable window on what occurred to postwar ecu theology because it made the transition to North America."
University of British Columbia
Douglas John corridor is Emeritus Professor of Christian Theology within the college of non secular experiences of McGill college in Montreal. he's the writer of greater than twenty-five books, together with Lighten Our Darkness (1976, 2001); Why Christian? (1998); God & Human anguish (1986); and The Steward (1990; Wipf & inventory, 2004);. He has lectured extensively in Canada, the us, Germany, and Japan, and is the recipient of many honors, together with the celebrated Alumnus Award of Union Theological Seminary, the Joseph Sittler Award for management in Theology, and the Order of Canada.