Sounds of Hope: A Musical Metaphor to Build a Symphony of Hope - eBook
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Sounds of Hope: A Musical Metaphor to Build a Symphony of Hope - eBook  -     By: Robert Janacek

Sounds of Hope: A Musical Metaphor to Build a Symphony of Hope - eBook

Wipf & Stock / 2012 / ePub

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Title: Sounds of Hope: A Musical Metaphor to Build a Symphony of Hope - eBook
By: Robert Janacek
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Wipf & Stock
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781630875718
ISBN-13: 9781630875718
Stock No: WW109011EB

Publisher's Description

For a world so out of tune, this treatise intends to correlate from various instruments of learning, a new sound--a sound of hope. This sound will be heard as each truth from key areas of knowledge will be played in a synthesis of theology, psychology, and philosophy, all in the context of a valid cosmology. To listen and read the key concepts and predictions of the secular authorities, our earth is either destined for a massive freeze or one ending in conflagration. Thus the concern of the author is that all too often each area of study is playing its own sound and, valid as it may be, is not listening or seeing what could be if these sounds became part of a symphony. In Sounds of Hope, Robert N. Janacek contends that, when these sounds are truly heard and projected in our anticipated symphony, a new and harmonious world will be enacted. At a time when there are almost constant sounds of hate, death, and hopelessness, a world awaits, one for us to hear and attend as a new concert, a concert playing a score of harmony and hope.

Author Bio

Robert N. Janacek is a retired United Methodist minister, pastoral therapist, and college professor.

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