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Speaking of faith / Krista Tippett. [print]

By: Tippett, Krista [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Viking, (c)2007. Description: xi, 238 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780670038350; 0670038350Subject(s): Spiritual life | Religion | Religion and politics | Religion and cultureLOC classification: BL624.S643 2007Online resources: Copyright permission request form. | Table of contents only | Publisher description | Contributor biographical information COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- chapter 1. Genesis : how we got here -- chapter 2. Remembering forward -- chapter 3. Rethinking religious truth -- chapter 4. Speaking of faith -- chapter 5. Exposing virtue -- chapter 6. Confessing mystery.
Summary: As a journalist and then a diplomat, author Tippett was enthralled by the promise of political solutions to divisive issues. When politics failed tp provide worthy answers, she attended Yale Divinity School to pursue larger questions about what makes a meaningful life. In her quest for faith's illumination of life's complexities, passions, and frailties, she developed a style of discourse--a "life of conversation"--That she now shares with millions of people every week via her public radio program. Tippett's in-depth conversations with theologians, scientists, ethicists, and seekers who share their experiences, combined with her engaging style, are revolutionizing the way many think and speak of faith in their families and communities and in the larger world.--From publisher description.
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As a journalist and then a diplomat, author Tippett was enthralled by the promise of political solutions to divisive issues. When politics failed tp provide worthy answers, she attended Yale Divinity School to pursue larger questions about what makes a meaningful life. In her quest for faith's illumination of life's complexities, passions, and frailties, she developed a style of discourse--a "life of conversation"--That she now shares with millions of people every week via her public radio program. Tippett's in-depth conversations with theologians, scientists, ethicists, and seekers who share their experiences, combined with her engaging style, are revolutionizing the way many think and speak of faith in their families and communities and in the larger world.--From publisher description.

Acknowledgments -- chapter 1. Genesis : how we got here -- chapter 2. Remembering forward -- chapter 3. Rethinking religious truth -- chapter 4. Speaking of faith -- chapter 5. Exposing virtue -- chapter 6. Confessing mystery.

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