One of the fixtures of United Stated religious history at the turn of the 20th century were the summer camp conferences which attracted thousands of eager and serching students. Northfield, Massachusetts was a popular site for these nearly forgotten assemblies. In the summer of 1907 (soon to be 100 years) a young pastor, Harry Emerson Fosdick, gave an address before a crowd of youth called "The Second Mile". The YMCA published the address in a little book the next year. It remained in circulation for over a half-century and had at least 25 reprintings. Yes, some of the language seems archaic to our ears today. But its message, presented in elegant language, is a relevant presentation of ethic and faith. If you can find a copy of the original or a reprint you are lucky.