By Gordon C. Stewart,Eric Ringham,Wayne G. Boulton
"This wondrous selection of wealthy snippets will be of curiosity and price if just for the wealthy resource fabric that Gordon Stewart charges from, because it needs to be an inexhaustible reminiscence and/or dossier. however the many phrases he costs are not any greater than launching pads for Stewart's expansive mind's eye and agile brain that take us, again and again, into clean discernment, new territory, unanticipated calls for, and open-ended chance. All of that provides as much as grace, and Stewart is a bold witness to grace that occupies all of our territory."
--Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary
"These are attractive, strong, centering essays--messages from and for a delicate yet appealing planet."
--Bill McKibben, writer of Eaarth: creating a lifestyles on a tricky New Planet
"As anyone who navigates the pleasures and perils of the twenty-first-century campus, having Be Still! at my fingertips may be like having a counselor, a consultant, a truly current assist in those times. This quantity touches the heart beat of our occasions with the infrequent blend of unwavering candor and soft mercy."
--Lucy A. Forster-Smith, Sedgwick Chaplain, Senior Minister within the Memorial Church,
Gordon C. Stewart's visitor commentaries on religion and tradition have aired on All issues Considered and in print on MPR, Minnpost.com, and the StarTribune. An ordained minister within the Presbyterian Church (USA), he has led ecumenical campus ministries and church buildings in Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, manhattan, and Minnesota. He was once the 1st non-lawyer govt Director of the criminal Rights middle, a nonprofit public protection company in Minneapolis.
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Be Still!: Departure from Collective Madness by Gordon C. Stewart,Eric Ringham,Wayne G. Boulton