Sources of Inspiration: 15 Modern Religious Leaders

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Gene I. Maeroff
Rowman & Littlefield, 1992 - Religion - 303 pages
Sources of Inspiration portrays the lives of 15 of America's most effective and influential religious leaders today. Their profiles span a wide range of traditions and backgrounds: white, hispanic, African-American; male and female; Protestant, Catholic, Jewish; liberal, conservative, and moderate. In common, they have all chosen to place religion and religious leadership at the center of their life's work.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Colbert S Cartwright Gods Stranger
13
Jane Shields Tending the Garden of Souls
31
Leonid A Feldman From Refusenik to Rabbi
49
Granville A Seward Divine Chemistry
70
Virgil Elizondo A Particular Man
86
Richard L Manzelmann In Search of the Suburban Soul
108
Paul Duke Nights of Darkness Prove Thy Grace
126
Jeb Stuart Magruder Death and Life After Watergate
183
James Reed This May Be the Day
203
E Eugene Meador Pentecostal Pastor Blends Past And Present
222
Rachel Cowan Filling the Empty Spaces With Love
239
Adam J Richardson The Journey of a Teaching Preacher
253
Paul Gallatin Submitting to the Mystery
268
In Summary
290
Contributors
301

John Huston Ricard Free At Last
145
Carol Anderson Female and Charismatic in Beverly Hills
165

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Gene I. Maeroff is a Senior Fellow of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

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