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Digital Subscriptions > Life and Work > December 2017 > ERIC LIDDELL’S DAUGHTER SEEKS HER FATHER THROUGH FAITH

ERIC LIDDELL’S DAUGHTER SEEKS HER FATHER THROUGH FAITH

The daughter of Scottish Olympic gold medalist and missionary Eric Liddell has written a book seeking to know the father she never met through the faith that drove him.

Eric Liddell is most famous as the athlete who refused to run on a Sunday but went on to win gold in the Paris Olympics 400m, inspiring the film Chariots of Fire. However, he spent most of his adult life working as a missionary in China.

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In this month's issue: - FROM HOLY LAND TO ADVENT CENTERPIECE The journey of a Christmas crib - THE ACCIDENTAL TRAIL BLAZER The Rev Rola Sleiman, the first Christian woman minister ordained in the Middle East - SIGNPOSTS OF FAITH The Rev John Chalmers on change in the Church