Amish Snow provides a rare insight into Amish culture as it clashes with the American counter-culture of the late 60's. Deep faith clashes with religious persecution and personal identity. Rheinheimer weaves a tale of loss, of redemption, of the triumph of the human spirit, coming of age in a dangerous time. And in the face of evil that divides us, he clings firmly to the common bonds of human experience to show the truth that unites us.
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Roger Rheinheimer was raised in a Mennonite community and served as an apprentice to an Amish woodworker as a teenager. He earned an undergraduate degree in Behavioral Psychology from a small private college in the Shenandoah Valley, took a Creative Writing class, loved it, and published a short story called "My Brother." He was a regular contributing columnist to the college newspaper.
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Book Description Sabellapress, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0982546912