Where do you listen for God? In this collection of stories and essays from writers such as James Baldwin, Michael Malone, and Allegra Goodman, the challenge is to pay attention everywhere. Listening for God is a resource intended to help you investigate how life and faith merge in surprising ways and places. Contemporary American literature may not be the most predictable place to listen for God, but it may well turn out to be among the most rewarding. This reader includes eight selections, brief author profiles, and reflection questions.
This resource helps adults explore the issues of discipleship and theology through guided interaction from selections of American literature. Includes excerpts from the works of eight contemporary American authors: bell hooks, Michael Malone, Sue Miller, Allegra Goodman, Robert Olen Butler, Alice Elliott Dark, Doris Betts, and Kent Haruf.
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