[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, 1963.
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Ullman, working with the Christian Peace Conference to further reconciled relationships between Christians from Eastern and Western Europe, experienced various dilemmas over the right way forward. His perceptive and thoughtful conclusions alert the reconciler both to the real difficulties and to the careful discernment and faith required. He discusses issues such as the integrity of being used by and using others, or of the conflict between truth and love, when speaking the whole truth will not reach a group whose immediate need is love and healing. His observations and thoughtfulness will be interesting to those called to this work.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 131
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