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An American Gospel: On Family, History, and the Kingdom of God
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From the award-winning author of Lost Mountain comes a stirring work of memoir, spiritual journey, and historical inquiry.

At the age of thirty-three, Erik Reece's father, a Baptist minister, took his own life, leaving Erik in the care of his grandmother and his grandfather-also a fundamentalist Baptist preacher and a pillar of his rural Virginia community. While Erik grew up with a conflicted relationship with Christianity, he unexpectedly found comfort in the Jefferson Bible. Inspired by the text, he undertook what would become a spiritual and literary quest to identify an American gospel coursing through the work of both great and forgotten American geniuses, from William Byrd to Walt Whitman to William James to Lynn Margulis. The result of Reece's journey is a deeply intimate, stirring book about personal, political, and historical demons-and the geniuses we must call upon to combat them.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
198261787X
EAN
9781982617875
Publication Date
30/04/2019
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Age Group
18 and above
Grades
College Freshman to UP
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About Author

Reece, Erik
Erik Reece teaches writing at the University of Kentucky. His work has appeared in "Harper's," "Orion," and "The Oxford American," among other publications. He is the recipient of the Sierra Club's David R. Brower Award and Columbia University's 2005 John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism. His collection of poems, "A Short History of the Present," is forthcoming.







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