edited by C. George Fry & Joel R. Kurz
Berthold von Schenk marched to a different drummer. He was never part of any political party in his church body; he was often shunned and ridiculed. Yet he remained as stable as stone while displaying a vibrancy not unlike that of the varied and flowing colors of polished marble.
This volume traces von Schenk’s ministry in various locations as well as his thoughts on evangelism, ecumenism, liturgical renewal and much more. Foreword by John Hannah.