Finding God When You Don't Believe in God by Jack Erdmann
Searching for a Power Greater Than Yourself

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Foreword by Anne Lamott Here is an opportunity to listen in on fascinating conversations with people who found God when they didn't really want to and weren't even looking. Through a series of deeply personal interviews with individuals from different walks of life, the authors conduct a captivating discourse on discovering a "higher power." The interview subjects are not proselytizers, nor are they interested in comparing spiritual states. Their stories are neither tidy nor definitive. What they offer, however, is a remarkable, refreshing, and ultimately satisfying mosaic on the meaning and manifestation of God.

Key features and benefits interviews honor personal experiences and reveal universal truths imparts a hopeful, empowering message foreword written by Anne Lamott, author of Traveling Mercies authors received 2002 IPPY award for "A Bar on Every Corner"

About the authors Jack Erdmann is an accomplished salesman and businessman who has more recently made a name for himself as a popular author and lecturer. He lives in the San Francisco area.

Larry Kearney, a poet and novelist, has published nine books of poetry. He lives in Larkspur, California.

 

About Jack Erdmann

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A fourth-generation alcoholic, Jack Erdmann has been sober for more than 20 years. An accomplished salesman and businessman, he has more recently made a name for himself as the author of Whiskey's Children and a lecturer.He lives in the San Francisco area. Larry Kearney, a poet and novelist, has published nine books of poetry. He lives in Larkspur, California.
 
Published May 2, 2012 by Hazelden. 175 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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