CP 49 c2
Wallingford, PA : Pendle Hill Publications, 1949.
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Fuchs lived in Germany as a Quaker is the 1930s and through the war, and gives us this account of how he found Christ's presence in the midst of catastrophic suffering, and how it sustained him.
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CP 49 c2