Restoring faith : America's religious leaders answer terror with hope / edited and with an introduction by Forrest Church.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Garrett PL - Garrett||BOCD CHU (Text)||30010170448230||Book on CD||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1572702737
- Physical Description: 2 Sound discs (140 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Auburn, CA : Audio Partners, 2001.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Reverends Forrest Church (All Souls Unitarian Church, NYC), Doretta Clark (Mystic Congregational Church, Mystic, CT), Paul Gonyea (Atlanta Church of Religious Science), William L. "Scotty" McLennan, Jr. (Dean for Religious Life, Stanford University), Dr. R. Scott Colglazier (University Christian Church, Fort Worth, TX), Robert Lee Hill (Community Christian Church, Kansas City, MO), Dr. Arthur Caliandro (Marble Collegiate Church, NYC), John M. Buchanan, (Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL), Dr. Alvin O. Jackson (National City Christian Church, Washington DC), Rabbi Harold S. Kushner (Temple Israel, Natick, MA), and Imam Al-Hajj Talib 'Abdur-Rashid (Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood, Harlem)
|Summary, etc.:|| "Restoring Faith is a monumental literary work, not only for its spiritual substance, but also for its historical significance. It is historically significant because these recordings offer a glimpse, from across the spectrum of Western Religious' traditions, of how various religious leaders reacted to the events of September 11th. Although delivered by men and women of different faiths, all the discourses in Restoring Faith have two underlaying themes - an unwavering faith in God and the sure and certain knowledge that this tragedy can be overcome. In essence, a strong faith in God can help overcome any evil, and there is strength in prayer." Reviewed by Rochelle Caviness, Large Print Reviews - December 25, 2001.
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