Robert A. Reicher
Tomorrow's Chdslian A Review Article
ln basic agreement tvith M mÂˇciniak, the au thor tries to push the discussion along even further.
Rarely does a reviewer enjoy this unique experience. Tonwrrow's Christian emerged in sorne inexplicable fashion from Mr. Marciniak's bulging brown briefcase, from scribbled and pocketed notes, as weil as a lifetime of social action experience. Now that the book has finally been published, I can recall ali the ignored suggestions, such as a different title, rejected paragtÂˇaphs and stillborn ideas. It would be easy to write a ponderous review recalling what might have been said. But Tomorrow's Christian is carefully written and basically sound discussion of the work of twenty-first century Christians. My comments, therefore, are not only designed 227.