Edwin T. Dahlberg: Pastor, Peacemaker, Prophet

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Judson Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 162 pages
Keith Dahlberg tells of Edwin T. Dahlberg's inspiring life working to bring people to accept one another as coworkers in Christ and as neighbors, as well as his lifelong commitment to peace.

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Keith Dahlberg has a BA in chemistry (Syracuse University) and an MD from SUNY Upstate Medical Center. He worked fifteen years with hospitals of American Baptist Churches USA in Myanmar and Thailand, and thirty years in private medical practice in the silver-mining region of northern Idaho. After retiring from office practice he worked as a temporary supply doctor in America and abroad, including East Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea, Kachin State in Myanmar, and Kwai River Christian Hospital in Thailand. "South Sea Gold" is his sixth book; two are now in their second edition. His first novel, "Flame Tree," received a finalist award in Peace Hope's 2001 International Writing Awards competition. His second novel, "The Samana Incident," was awarded first prize in fiction at the 2007 Green Lake Christian Writers' Conference. He and his wife Lois live in Kellogg, Idaho. They have four children, and nine grandchildren.

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