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Publishers Description Russell Dicks, a former hospital chaplain, draws from his personal experience and creates imaginary snapshots into the thoughts and experiences of a dying person before and after death. Part II contains selected meditations on death by Thomas Kepler and others. This book offers comfort and hope to Christians facing death.
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Studio: Evangel Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.86" Width: 4.58" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher Evangel Publishing House
ISBN 1928915558 ISBN13 9781928915553
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An in-depth compendium of essays, texts, and biblical quotes focusing on the issues of death, grief, and consolation Jun 7, 2006
Expertly co-authored by hospital chaplaincy pioneer Russel L. Dicks (1906-1965) and Christian newspaper journalist Thomas S. Kepler (1897-1963), And Peace At The Last: Christians Talk About Death is an in-depth compendium of essays, texts, and biblical quotes focusing on the issues of death, grief, and consolation. Knowledgeably guiding readers through a instinctively Christian perspective, And Peace At The Last is a compassionate study of the often painful and grief-stricken process of death. Organized in two parts ("An Experience of Death" and "Christian Perspectives on Death"), And Peace At The Last offers members of the Christian community a quite helpful reference and is very strongly recommended reading for Christians of all denominational affiliations who are struggling with the death of a friend, a family member, or a loved one.