New York : Crossroad, c1982.
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xiii, 169 p.; 23 cm
Many men and women today are experiencing a crisis of meaninglessness. Religion has traditionally supplied the framework for the individual's quest for meaning, but the institutional church seems unable to perform this function for many twentieth century people.
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