By John Hall Snow,Frederick Stecker,Harvey H. Guthrie
"Kudos to editor Rick Stecker for bringing this quantity to print simply because, God is familiar with Snow's form of savvy cultural critique and compassionate knowledge is welcome sustenance for the journey."
--Marvin M. Ellison, Willard S. Bass Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, Bangor
Theological Seminary; Director of Alumni/ae kinfolk, Union Theological Seminary
"Snow's paintings represents a considerate, provocative, and troublesome mirrored image on a uncomplicated American, and possibly human, paradox: We needs to compete with others whereas additionally caring for them. [H]is insights . . . may be proper to a wide selection of up to date readers."
--Craig Greenman, affiliate Professor of Philosophy, Colby-Sawyer College
"This booklet belongs in each preacher's study."
-- A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of recent Hampshire
"If there's an individual skipped over there who particularly cares to find the roots of the deep difficulty during which we discover ourselves nowadays, either as a tradition and as a Christian neighborhood, this booklet is critical support of the 1st order."
--Thom Blair, Jr.
"John Snow's sharp research of accomplishment and sophistication is a profound second in human relationships."
--John L. Hooker, someday Professor of Liturgy, Homiletics, and tune, Episcopal Divinity School
"Snow's . . . reward for articulating deep truths makes this formerly unpublished paintings each piece as present as while it was once first penned."
--Alan M. Gates, Episcopal Bishop of Massachusetts
"This is a bracing and encouraging book."
--Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Missioner for production Care, Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts
Frederick Stecker is an Episcopal minister and a scholar of faith and tradition. He holds doctorates from Bangor Theological Seminary and from the Institute for the examine of Violence of the Boston Graduate tuition of Psychoanalysis. he's the writer of The Podium, the Pulpit, and the Republicans: How Presidential applicants Use non secular Language in American Political Debate (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2011; Pbk 2015).