Messengers of God

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Barclay Press, 2006 - Religion - 216 pages
Discover more about the way in which hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting, and touching are receptors of God's presence in your life.
 

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About the author (2006)

Arthur O. Roberts is professor-at-large at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon, where he began teaching in 1953 after he received a Ph.D. in church history at Boston University. He is nationally known as the author of numerous books and as a Quaker scholar. His two most recent books are Prayers at Twilight and Exploring Heaventhe first exemplary of his gifts as a poet, the second as a writer of prose. His professional career began as a Friends minister, and he never abandoned his pastoral call during years of academic service. Through the written word and through the spoken word from lectern and pulpit, he has profoundly influenced students and peers. Arthur and his wife, Fern, live at Friendsview Retirement Community in Newberg.

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