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God @ ground zero : how good overcame evil--one heart at a time / Ray Giunta with Lynda Rutledge Stephenson. [print]

By: Giunta, Ray [author]Contributor(s): Rutledge, Lynda, 1950-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Nashville : Integrity Publishers, [(c)2002. Description: x, 208 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1591450152; 9781591450153Other title: God at ground zeroSubject(s): Giunta, Ray | September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Personal narratives | Church work with disaster victims -- New York (State) -- New York | Chaplains -- New York (State) -- New York | New York (State) -- New YorkLOC classification: BR1725.G634 2002BR1725.G495.R981.G634 2002Online resources: Publisher description COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Summary: "This is the riveting account of criminal investigator-turned crisis chaplain, Ray Giunta, as he spends sixty-eight life-changing days at Ground Zero, the heart of the worst terrorist attack in American history....There he is an eyewitness and confessor to the heroic and horrific, to the miraculous and the macabre....and Chaplain Ray becomes a listening ear....'God @ Ground Zero' is a remarkable, unforgettable true story [of September 11, 2001. that is both a snapshot of a national tragedy and a personal story of redemption, providence, and wonder.
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"This is the riveting account of criminal investigator-turned crisis chaplain, Ray Giunta, as he spends sixty-eight life-changing days at Ground Zero, the heart of the worst terrorist attack in American history....There he is an eyewitness and confessor to the heroic and horrific, to the miraculous and the macabre....and Chaplain Ray becomes a listening ear....'God @ Ground Zero' is a remarkable, unforgettable true story [of September 11, 2001. that is both a snapshot of a national tragedy and a personal story of redemption, providence, and wonder.

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