Serving the Claims of Justice: The Thoughts of Paul B. Henry
This volume celebrates the life and work of Paul Henry by including a variety of Mr. Henry's writings from his days in graduate school to his teaching years at Calvin College and through his years in public service in Michigan and Washington, D.C. Click here for a complete table of contents.
The signature publication of the Henry Institute, the book contains twelve major selections, and various other speeches, letters, interviews, and primary and secondary source materials that illustrate how Paul Henry thought about and acted on the connections between deep religious faith and political life.
The book is supplemented by ten personal essays from people who knew Paul well at various stages of his career. Nationally syndicated columnist David S. Broder contributes a foreword, and there are nine other essays by friends such as Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield; North Carolina congressman David Price; Michigan congressman Fred Upton; Paul Hillegonds, former Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives; and Fuller Seminary president Richard Mouw.
The book is available through the Calvin College Campus Store, 3201 Burton, SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546, phone at 1-800-748-0122, or through e-mail. Contact or email the Henry Institute directly for the possibility of discounts on bulk purchases.
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Section I: The Challenge of Ambiguity
Section II: The Real Work of Politics
Section III: No Easy Answers