Stories from the Edge Paperback

A Theology of Grief

by Greg Garrett;

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Stories from the Edge

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Where is God in the midst of suffering? How do people find strength and comfort in times of terrible adversity? Award-winning writer Greg Garrett addresses these questions and others as he helps readers grapple with the question of where God can be found in times of tragedy. He explores the theological themes of biblical stories and American myths and discusses how these stories have shaped our beliefs about God. He further examines what these foundational narratives reveal about our understanding of God, how they inform how we live our lives, and how we experience God's presence in the midst of grief and suffering. This well-written volume is engaging reading for clergy, chaplains, pastoral counselors, and all who must find the courage and faith to support individuals and families in times of suffering and grief.

Stories from the Edge by Greg Garrett was published by Westminster John Knox in September 2008 and is our 45293rd best seller. The ISBN for Stories from the Edge is 9780664232047.

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Details for Stories from the Edge

Page last updated 7th December 2015
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWestminster John Knox (September 2008)
Number of Pages300
Thickness8 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code1226362
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