In Chaplain to the Caboose: Sermons of Faith, Hope, and Love, David Bynum plumbs the depths of his Christian faith through the lenses of his keen intellect and his fragile humanity. Most of the sermons in this collection were delivered in the late 1970s at the Church of the Advent, an Anglo-Catholic church on Boston’s Beacon Hill, where David Bynum was first a curate and then Acting Rector. The first half of the collection roughly follows the church year, and the remaining sermons address various Scripture passages and Christian themes. Although sermons are primarily an oral genre, these sermons translate well into written form.
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This collection of sermons is intended for all who struggle spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually with their faith and how they live their lives, as did the author, “with the hope that in sharing our perceptions, we may help each other to arrive at some partial, tentative answers. Enough truth for now. Enough truth to live by.”