"How can the past speak to the present? How can the ancient make itself known in the contemporary? Many feel that it cannot -- that nothing can be learned from the past - that everything to be learned is in the present and in the future. Perhaps this is where we have missed the true meaning of life." (from chapter 4)
Robert G. Tuttle brings the 23rd Psalm to life for the twentieth century Christian. His approach aids study groups, clergy seeking preaching background material, and persons wanting personal devotional reading.
The book is filled with countless illustrations in its eight chapters.
Chapter titles include:
- The Good Shepherd
- Finding God In The Narrows Of Life
- God's Extravagance
- The Final Dimensions Of Life
Robert G. Tuttle, Asheville, North Carolina, holds degrees from Duke University and Duke Divinity School. He has served churches in the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church.