Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times
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Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times  -     By: Julie Neraas

Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times

Augsburg Fortress / 2009 / Paperback

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Title: Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times
By: Julie Neraas
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 0806657642
ISBN-13: 9780806657646
Stock No: WW657646

Publisher's Description

With emphasis on its spiritual and religious dimensions, Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times, is a compelling compilation of thirty-two essays exploring the nature of hope. Julie Neraas draws from a wide range of sources, offering many different ways to think about hope. She considers hope's relationship with faith, the human imagination, and community; distinguishes authentic hope from optimism and false hope, and draws upon her own experience with chronic illness, as well as what she has learned from places where hope is tested. Additionally, she addresses contemporary questions about where we can look for sources of hope in turbulent times.

Author Bio

Julie E. Neraas is a Presbyterian pastor, Spiritual Director, and a professor in the Graduate Liberal Studies program at Hamline University, where she has taught since 1991.

Author Bio

Julie E. Neraas is a Presbyterian pastor, Spiritual Director, and a professor in the Graduate Liberal Studies program at Hamline University, where she has taught since 1991.

Publisher Description

With emphasis on its spiritual and religious dimensions, Apprenticed to Hope: A Sourcebook for Difficult Times, is a compelling compilation of thirty-two essays exploring the nature of hope. Julie Neraas draws from a wide range of sources, offering many different ways to think about hope. She considers hope's relationship with faith, the human imagination, and community; distinguishes authentic hope from optimism and false hope, and draws upon her own experience with chronic illness, as well as what she has learned from places where hope is tested. Additionally, she addresses contemporary questions about where we can look for sources of hope in turbulent times.

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