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And Then Mark Died

Susan Sonnenday Vogel

And Then Mark Died

Susan Sonnenday Vogel

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In 22 letters written after the death of her son, a mother describes her pain, exhaustion, guilt, and despair.

- Publisher In 23 letters written after the death of her son, the author describes her pain, exhaustion, guilt and despair. She also draws upon the hope and grace and promise that are the gifts of the Christian Church. The letters, written to family, friends, and members of her congregation, are informed by doctrines of the church, scripture and the wisdom of foremothers and forefathers of the faith. The letters engage with, and sometimes quarrel with, those resources or interpretation of them. It is this well-grounded theological reflection and the shared experience of faith tested and made stronger in the terrible fire of grief which sets this book apart. NOTE: Two of these letters were published in Circuit Rider (March/April 2001). The response was very positive among readers, including Martin Marty who picked up a long quote in his popular publication Context.

- Publisher

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About "And Then Mark Died"

In 22 letters written after the death of her son, a mother describes her pain, exhaustion, guilt, and despair.
- Publisher

In 23 letters written after the death of her son, the author describes her pain, exhaustion, guilt and despair. She also draws upon the hope and grace and promise that are the gifts of the Christian Church. The letters, written to family, friends, and members of her congregation, are informed by doctrines of the church, scripture and the wisdom of foremothers and forefathers of the faith. The letters engage with, and sometimes quarrel with, those resources or interpretation of them. It is this well-grounded theological reflection and the shared experience of faith tested and made stronger in the terrible fire of grief which sets this book apart. NOTE: Two of these letters were published in Circuit Rider (March/April 2001). The response was very positive among readers, including Martin Marty who picked up a long quote in his popular publication Context.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Susan Sonnenday Vogel

SUSAN SONNENDAY VOGEL is the Associate Dean for Spiritual and Professional Formation at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri. She teaches courses in church leadership, with special focus on a spiritual foundations for leadership. An elder serving the Missouri conference of The United Methodist Church, the Reverend Vogel is the author of "And Then Mark Died, published by Abingdon Press.

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  • Catalogue Code 209304
  • Product Code 0687066506
  • EAN 9780687066506
  • Pages 128
  • Department General Books
  • Category Grief, Comfort & Consolation
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Feb 2003
  • Dimensions 219 x 140 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.177kg

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