Based upon lectures given at the 1962 Ecumenical Study Conference of the United Christian Youth Movement, 'Count It All Joy' offers meditations on major themes from the book of James, such as the juxtaposition of faith and good works in the Christian life.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"Whatever Bill Stringfellow writes attracts attention and Count It All Joy is no exception. He has the ability to make the Bible speak to the contemporary man and he certainly makes it clear in his new book that Jesus Christ is Lord.... This is a book by a sensitive writer for every perceptive Christian. Everyone who wants to know whether Christianity has something to say to contemporary man will find the answer in these pages."
Dr. Alfred P. Klausler, Executive Secretary, Associated Church Press
William Stringfellow Anthony Dancer
William Stringfellow was a practicing attorney and a prominent Episcopalian layman who frequently contributed to legal and theological journals. After his graduation from Harvard Law School, he practiced some years in the East Harlem neighborhood in New York City. He was a visiting lecturer at several law schools and lectured at theological seminaries across the country.