Too many of us, says J.B. Phillips, are crippled by a limited idea of God. "Resident policeman," "heavenly bosom," "pal Galilean," and "perennial grievance" are some of the stereo-types he demolishes before going on to suggest ways in which we can find the real God for ourselves. "If it is true that there is someone in charge of the whole mystery of life and death, we can hardly escape a sense of futility and frustration until we begin to see what He is like and what His purposes are." J.B. Phillips is the Anglican minister who is best known as the translator of The New Testament in Modern English.
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