Author:

William Stringfellow

Biography:

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.

Books By This Author:

Imposters of God by William Stringfellow
Free in Obedience by William Stringfellow
A Private and Public Faith by William Stringfellow
Instead of Death by William Stringfellow
The Bishop Pike Affair by William Stringfellow, Anthony Towne
Suspect Tenderness by William Stringfellow, Anthony Towne
My People is the Enemy by William Stringfellow
An Ethic For Christians and Other Aliens in a Strange Land by William Stringfellow
Dissenter in a Great Society by William Stringfellow
A Simplicity of Faith by William Stringfellow
They Call Us Dead Men by Daniel Berrigan
Count It All Joy by William Stringfellow
A Second Birthday by William Stringfellow
The Politics of Spirituality by William Stringfellow
The Death and Life of Bishop Pike by William Stringfellow, Anthony Towne
Conscience and Obedience by William Stringfellow