Last year I re-read the Arthur Miller play THE PRICE. Here's a review with a church in America and church planting slant.
"The Price" Arthur Miller (New York: Viking Press, 1968)
Arthur Miller wrote a play titled "The Price." Miller tries to identify problems th
In Act 2 of the play, the brothers begin to talk and converse over the content of their lives. It becomes clear th
Walter, who appears to be a success, admits th
"It all happens so gradually. You start out wanting to be the best, and there's so much to know and so little time. Until you've elimin
ated everything extraneous--including people. And of course the time comes when you realize th atyou haven't merely been specializing in something--something has been specializing in you. You become a kind of instrument, an instrument th atcuts money out of people, or fame out of the world. And it finally makes you stupid. Power can do th at."
The play was written and performed for the first time in 1968 but it could have been written yesterday in terms of wh
"For whoever wishes to save his life shall lose it:
but whoever loses his life for My sake
and the gospel's sake shall save it."
[i]. Paul Cox, former professor of mine