A personal, inspirational and positive account of a 20th-century believer.
In this inspiring autobiography, Morris West, aged 80, reviews the chronicle of his life and belief, offering a lyrical, intimate and affirming account of his pilgrimage as a 20th-century Christian.
From the vantage point of his hard-won and deeply held faith, West shares a remarkable and moving journey, through doubting and questioning to ultimately embracing faith in God.
"West writes cogently about his spiritual perspectives on evil, violence, dissent, and prophecy. He has some interesting things to say about grace, the Catholic church, and the spiritual practice of openness. A View from the Ridge is filled with wisdom from an elder who has savored the mysteries of life." (Spirituality and Practice)