Item description for Stupid Ways, Smart Ways to Think About God by Michael Shevack & Jack Bemporad...
Overview This delightful yet serious book will clear lots of cobwebs from our mind's eye and smash our false gods in the process, as it delivers some thought-provoking material with an often lighthearted touch, reminding everyone that we're only human and imperfect--but we don't have to remain stupid. Illustrations.
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Studio: Liguori Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.38" Width: 5.13" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2000
Publisher Liguori Publications
ISBN 0892438215 ISBN13 9780892438211
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Shevack & Jack Bemporad
For near two decades, Michael Shevack has worked to bring about healing between Christians, Muslims, and Jews around the world. The author of 5 books, an ordained rabbi, Shevack has taught spirituality and comparative religion in the School for Social Welfare at The State University of New York (Stony Brook). A former Madison Avenue Creative Director, he is a consultant to numerous non-profit as well as an executive coach. He lives in Bucks County Pennsylvania with his wife, artist Teddy Frank (www.teddyfrank.com) and three children, Christian Adam and Zoe.
Michael Shevack currently resides in Bucks County, in the state of Pennsylvania.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stupid Ways, Smart Ways to Think About God?
They put the real God into human prespective... Nov 23, 1999
This is a profound and thought-provoking rendition of how we often see God, why it is usually narrow-minded and incomplete, and how we can adjust our view of God to be broader and more accurate. The authors chose not to render a prespective based on any single faith, but instead embraced the fullness of God through all faiths with our inadequate human understanding in mind. Readers will come to appreciate the greatness of God as well as the intimacy that God seeks with each of us. Anyone wanting a less subjective explanation of our God will benefit from reading this book.