I am looking for the context in which it was writen or spoken and to whom it was said. "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike your Christ." Gandhi said (or wrote). Anyone know any details?
In the book, "Making Sense of Church: Eavesdropping on Emerging Conversations about God, Community, and Culture," author Spencer Burke says Ghandi made this remark in response to a question from E. Stanley Jones about his spiritual beliefs. (page 58)
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