David,the King

David,the King

by RobertC. C. Hereth

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In David, the King the dramatic Biblical account of the life of David is set in modern times. By recasting in the 21st Century the events of David's life in all their inspiring nobility and puzzling evil, we can better perceive how David's struggles can help us in our own quest to live as persons of faith in these profane and secularized times. David has a surprise visit from a granddaughter he has never met. She desperately seeks to know him and learn of his life for reasons she cannot disclose. He recounts his dramatic story, the events of which transparently parallel the Biblical incidents, until her critical need becomes apparent. In seeking to appropriate David's faith journey, she is launched on her own; and to help her David is once again called upon to put into action the qualities which made him David, the King, for posterity.

Author Biography: For almost 40 years, Robert Hereth served as a pastor in urban Lutheran congregations in the Chicago area. His ministry was distinguished both by his close walk with his people in their faith journey and also by his constant search for contemporary, relevant ways to open for them the eternal truths of Scripture. After being graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, he served aboard an amphibious destroyer escort in the Far East at the end of the Korean War, then was a writer for the communications departments of health organizations and profit sharing industries until he entered the seminary in Chicago. He grew up in Milwaukee and has always nurtured his childhood love for the forests and lakes of the upper Midwest.. He has retired near Chicago with Barbara, his wife of 47 years, near theirfour children and eight grandchildren.



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ISBN-13: 9780738854915
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 05/07/2001
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.03(d)

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