Charming but smart commentary on philosophy, religion and everyday morality
Zen philosophy, existentialism and liberal religious theology meet up in the coffee shops of Santa Fe
“Theology the way it’s supposed to be done. Nothing escapes Kitchell’s razor wit — from humanist liberal causes to new age fads.” — Tom Owen-Towle, author of O. Eugene Pickett
“Coyote and his minister friend are not mere social critics. They celebrate with glad heart, as well as irreverent wit, the accomplishment of human intimacy and justice.” —Robert C. Kimball, Dean, Starr King School for the Ministry
In this winning sequel to God’s Dog, that sly deity Coyote returns, engaging his minister friend in more mischievous banter about life, religion and the universe. With humor and feeling they discuss luck, Easter, the messiah, power and more over coffee and during long drives through New Mexico.
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Rev. Webster Kitchell is a graduate of Amherst College, Harvard Divinity School and Eden Theological Seminary. His other books include Get a God! and God’s Dog.
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Book Description Skinner House Books, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1558963456
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