Books: Composite Sermon (II)

WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? (286 pp.)—Glenn Clark—Macalester Park ($2.25).

Many a Christian has teased his conscience with the question: What would happen if Christians guided their day-today lives by continually asking themselves, "What would Jesus do?" In Topeka, Kans. in 1896, Congregational Minister Charles Sheldon wrote a novel in which, for a year, various members of the congregation of a Midwest church tried to do just that. Author Sheldon's conclusions: the Christ-conscious turn-of-the-century man would lend a helping hand to the poor, campaign against the consumption of alcohol and tobacco, remain staunchly...

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