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Forest, James
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Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest, including a letter from Marie Goldstein, Darton Longman &Todd Ltd. publishers and Yvette Naal, on behalf of the Ecumenical Institute for Theological Research and International Fellowship of Reconciliation. Most letters are written from Jerusalem or Holland.

Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest, including a long travel journal of Forest's ten-day stay in Moscow.

Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest, General Secretary of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation based in Holland, a very long typed letter from Nouwen, as well as typescript by Forest titled "On Christian Faith, Nonviolence and Holy Disobedience", letters to Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, archbishop of Chicago, Richard Deats, and Gene Hoffman.

Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest, including two long typed letters from Nouwen, two short typed letters from June E. Hagan, Nouwen's administrative assistant, and a copy of Forest's article "A Vocation in Peacemaking”.

Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest, including a long typed letter from Nouwen and several copies of correspondence between Forest and others.

Letter from James H. Forest

File consists of work by James H. Forest titled "Good News in a Time of Despair: The Life of Jubilee in the Twentieth Century", which also contains a letter to Nouwen.

Letters from Jim Forest

File consists of letters from Jim Forest and a forwarded letter by Matthew Kelty. Also includes a copy of Forest's The Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam: Fifteen Years for Reconciliation (1978).

Nouwen, Henri J.M.