The Snake of God by Bard Young

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Cultural Writing. The snake invites us to a closer look, but with a warning: Fear less and understand more, but learn that time and distances lie between the snake and what our culture brings to us in this matter...finally acknowledge the beauty and horror of the snake, acknowledge that perhaps at best we can but make a truce between ourselves as natural or spiritual creatures and what the snake must represent to our heart.

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Published January 1, 2002 by Salmon Run Press. 173 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Opening with a little yarn about a black preacher's encounter with a snake in a backwoods church, Young goes on to consider the divine relationships between snakes and a Judeo-Christian God.

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