Whistling In The Dark: An Abc Theologized by Frederick Buechner

Whistling In The Dark: An Abc Theologized

byFrederick Buechner

Paperback | May 21, 1993

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Awry and thought-provoking jaunt through the spiritual terrain of our everyday language -- a lexion of uncommon insight to jar the mind and nourish the soul. "I think of faith as a kind of whistling in the dark, because in much the same way," writes Buechner, "it helps to give us courage and to hold the shadows at bay."

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Awry and thought-provoking jaunt through the spiritual terrain of our everyday language -- a lexion of uncommon insight to jar the mind and nourish the soul. "I think of faith as a kind of whistling in the dark, because in much the same way," writes Buechner, "it helps to give us courage and to hold the shadows at bay."
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Title:Whistling In The Dark: An Abc TheologizedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.32 inPublished:May 21, 1993Publisher:HarperCollins

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Now in paperback: a wry, thought-provoking jaunt through the spiritual terrain of our everyday language--a lexicon of uncommon insight to jar the mind and nourish the soul. "Compelling and imaginative . . . uncovers bright patches of light and discloses wry kernels of wisdom and insight".--Chicago Tribune. 60 line drawings

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“Ultimate justice would mean that [Buechner’s] books will be found in virtually every literate and civilized household in the United States. That is what he deserves as a writer...A wise and witty book, written with that beauty of style that Buechner readers have learned to expect...Pure delight.”