God and the Editor: My Search for Meaning at the New York Times

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Syracuse University Press, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 284 pages
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An idealistic young editor at the New York Times rides an early wave of success to find that this cathedral of journalism actually does house newspaper saints, but backsliders too. In his parallel search for religious faith, the editor runs into the same conflict between belief and practice. Book jacket.
  

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Early in his memoir, Phelps explains that he wants to show how his religious or moral concerns have informed his journalism. In that respect, his book falls flat: Phelps's recounting of his spiritual ... Read full review

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