Living faithfully--nevertheless

Krentz, Edgar
August 1996
Christian Century;8/14/96, Vol. 113 Issue 24, p779
Presents the author's reflections on living faithfully and on understanding that some things happen that are contrary to one's expectations. Implications of Saint Peter's confession of faith on Jesus as the son of the Living God; Reflections on the heroism in living for Christ.


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