Finding Home: Mile Markers Among the World Religions

Finding Home: Mile Markers Among the World Religions

by Russell H. Bowers Jr.

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BN ID: 2940157157333
Publisher: Deep River Books
Publication date: 07/14/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Russ Bowers enjoyed science as a boy, but cancelled chasing a career in chemistry to think theology instead. After marrying Glenna, he pastored two US churches, completed a PhD (Dallas Theological Seminary), oversaw Christian leadership development in Cambodia, and taught theology in Singapore and world religions in the US. He has danced with hilltribesmen and dived in the Andaman Sea. While in Cambodia, Glenna volunteered her nursing skills to organizations serving impoverished children. His book Someone or Nothing? compares the thought of Kyoto School dean Nishitani Keiji with that of Christianity. He has presented papers on interreligious dialogue and Buddhist-Christian topics for fora in Thailand, Cambodia, and the US. Honeycomb, the Khmer-English journal Russ founded, was lauded as opening "a new era for theological work in Cambodia." Though living in Texas, Russ and Glenna sometimes feel homesick for Asia.

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