Walk on: The Spiritual Journey of U2

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Relevant Books, 2005 - Music - 252 pages
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This revised and expanded version of Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2 tackles the issues and questions everyone desires to know about the world's most popular rock band. Throughout Walk On, Steve Stockman follows the band from their early days in Dublin's Shalom Christian Fellowship all the way to their most recent album and world tour. Fortunately, Bono has never been more outspoken about his faith and the Church than he has in the past few years. From his involvement with fighting AIDS in Africa through the DATA organization to his quoting Psalms from the Superbowl stage, Bono is doing God's work in a very public and very vocal way.

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User Review  - Shawn Birss - Goodreads

This is a good read for evangelical super fans of U2, but won't likely appeal to many others. Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew Buehner - Goodreads

Great look at the work of U2. That this is done by someone who is not in the American Evangelical tradition gives this book a balance that many who grow up in the American church lack. While you can ... Read full review

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Steve Stockman is a Presbyterian Chaplain at Queen's University in Belfast

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