Halford E. Luccock
Outside of the clerical vocation, he is probably most noted today for widely quoted statements in his sermon at the Riverside Church in New York City on 11 September 1938, "Keeping Life Out of Confusion", in which he declared:
This was reported the next day in an article headlined "Disguised Fascism Seen As A Menace" in The New York Times (12 September 1938), p. 15.
Other long quoted remarks on the significance of Christmas occurred in his earlier 1915 essay "Everything Upside Down". He later elaborated upon this work in an extended adaptation, "Whoops! It’s Christmas" in 1959, which was published in The Abbott Christmas Book in 1960.
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- The Acts Of The Apostles In Present Day Preaching (1942)
- Preaching Values In The Epistles Of Paul Volume I (1959)
- "Religion : Go Ye and Relax?" in TIME magazine (20 April 1953)
- Halford Luccock at The Online Books Page
- Works by Luccock at the Internet Archive
- Books by Luccock at Library Thing
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