Free to Live, Free to Die.
NY, Holt Rinehart Winston, (1967). 2nd ptg. VG in VG DJ. Boyd first presented some of these meditations at the hungry i night club in San Francisco and the NY Times called him "a. spectacular example of the church's new thrust into secular life" and called him a latter-day Luther or a more worldly Wesley, trying to move organized religion out of "ghettoized" churches into the streets, business offices, union halls, theaters & even night clubs where the people are. Owner name blacked out on ft endpaper.
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