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'Writers - poets and novelists, playwrights and bards - have always been essential witnesses to the ambiguities...the all-encompassing mysteries of birth and death, primary witnesses to matters of God and the soul. Unfortunately many of these witnesses have been sidelined in the curricula of our schools for the last fifty or so years, depriving us of ready access to the very language that is essential for living humanly. thanks to this new edition of Shadow & Light they are back on the playing field, taking their rightful place as witnesses to unexpurgated life.' - Eugene Peterson, Professor of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, BC
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This in-depth anthology is widely used across the nation in various college and university classrooms. Professors of a broad range of courses, including Creative Writing, Intro to English, Literature and Faith, Composition, English Bible as Literature, World Literature and Culture and Faith, have selected this anthology as required course cirriculum.
Darryl L. Tippens is Provost and Professor English at Pepperdine University, where he teaches courses in medieval and early modern literature. Before coming to Pepperdine University in 2001, he taught at Abilene Christian University for many years, where he was James W. Culp Professor of English literature. Dr. Tippens earned the M.A. and Ph.D. in English literature at Louisiana State University. He has published scholarly articles on Shakespeare, Milton, the Bible as literature, literary theory, and the works of Walter McDonald. He has published numerous essays on religion, spirituality, popular culture, and film. He is associate editor of Explorations in Renaissance Culture.
Stephen Weathers is Associate Professor of English at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. Having earned the Ph.D. at Florida State University in 1999, he currently teaches a broad range of courses in American, British, and World literatures. His creative writing has appeared in a number of literary journals including the Concho River Review, Image: A Journal of the Arts & Religion, and American Short Fiction, and it has garnered prizes in competition.
Jeanne Walker is Professor of English at The University of Delaware, where she teaches courses in the English Renaissance, as well as script and poetry writing. Her PhD is from The University of Pennsylvania. She travels widely to do readings and teach workshops at universities and writing conferences. For twenty years she served as Poetry Editor for Christianity and Literature and she currently sits on the Board of Shenandoah. The author of six books of poetry, including Coming Into History and A Deed To the Light, she also writes essays and scripts for the theatre. Among honors for her work, she holds an NEA fellowship in the Arts and a Pew Fellowship, and her poetry has appeared on busses and trains with Poetry in Motion.
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