Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, c1956.
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This pamphlet is about voluntary poverty as a spiritual practice in the life of worship and commitment. It explores our almost frenzied search for security, our individualism, and the seeds of war in a "high" standard of living. It addresses the freedom and spiritual life of choosing poverty. This is a deep challenge to most all of us.
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