By Frederick Buechner
Beyond Words n (1.) phrases or names that time to the world of puzzle and intensity that lies past our usual event. (2.) the truth that's past even the facility of past phrases to show, and that may be identified in simple terms by means of experiencing it for yourself.
"A notice an afternoon to maintain the demons at bay." this is often how Frederick Buechner loves to describe this witty and incisive dictionary. a regular devotional from one among trendy maximum non secular writers, past phrases bargains 366 entries from Buechner's 3 alphabet books, Wishful Thinking, Peculiar Treasures, and Whistling within the Dark, together with a brand new creation and nineteen new entries.
Providing definitions of either sacred and usual phrases, in addition to biblical characters, Buechner unabashedly brings his clean standpoint to phrases, ideas, and characters we proposal we understood. it is a nice advent to Buechner's paintings in addition to a library staple for these already good versed in his writing. it truly is Buechner at his most sensible. no matter if readers locate themselves tearful from a deeply relocating perception or giggling out loud at an unforeseen flip of word, they're going to constantly think uplifted, illuminated, and enchanted by way of the knowledge of Frederick Buechner.
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