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The Meaning of Prayer Paperback – March 1, 2003
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10 Chapters each made up of readings for the 7 days of a week. Each day contains thoughts on the particular aspect of prayer for that week, a short quote from Scripture, and an example of a prayer by a devout person.
Each chapter is followed by a well-thought-out comment for the week, The chapters close with excellent suggestions for thoughts and dis-
cussion. The book closes with a full biography.
I can remember my childhood funamentalist Pastor condemning Fosdick as a modernist back in the 1920's. Now I believe that HEF was a fine
scholar a little ahead of his time.
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I have given copies of this to many people. I love the book. The print is too small.Published 2 months ago by Janet Kneller
This is the best book on prayer I have ever read. A must read for those who struggle with prayer. Fosdick also authored Meaning of Faith.Published on July 1, 2014 by Donald L. Pelfrey
I have this book already and it is the 1915 copyright, by The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Association. Read morePublished on February 14, 2014 by Pam Russell
"The Meaning of Prayer (Classic Reprint) " Read three or four pages daily. The author shares the thoughts of many great voices of the past to instill the necessity for... Read morePublished on January 26, 2014 by Michael M
Using it in a bible study class and getting a lot out of it. Getting a lot of feedback from othersPublished on December 4, 2013 by Jerry Hostetler
It appears to have been copied from typewriter pages. These are short daily readings about prayer. Good for a devotional.Published on October 3, 2013 by Mary Lou Hall