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"The story of human life in all its multifaceted complexity holds a fascination for all of us that a philosophical or theological treatise lacks for most. But when life is itself bound up with ideas as well as with human passions and
relationships, ambitions, and disappointment, the ideas take on the human meaning they were meant to have. Stephens writes beautifully, exposing a life of suffering that is also infused with joy, a life of doubt also infused with faith."
—John B. Cobb Jr., Professor Emeritus, Claremont School of Theology
"How does life look to an international student from India who comes to the United States for seminary and graduate school training, and who remains for a career in academia and the pastorate during a time of great cultural and social change in the United States--and who has the philosophical and literary gifts to plumb the depths of that experience? This memoir by Ken Stephens tells that story in a most interesting and intriguing way, and it deserves a wide audience."
—Vernon Visick, Director, New College Madison
Publishing date: November 10, 2023
Paperback: 180 pages
Dimensions: 6.0 x 0.78 x 9.0 inches
Kenneth D. Stephens is originally from India, where he attended Christian
missionary boarding schools in the Himalayas. He came to the United States to go to theological seminary, after which he went on to do his Ph.D. in philosophy. He is the author of The Meaning of These Days: Memoir of a Philosophical Pastor (Wipf and Stock), Dark Nights (Adelaide Books), The Truth of the Skinny Fox (Adelaide Books) and The Courage of Being (Adelaide Books). He is an active member of the African Wildlife Foundation, the Wilderness Society, and other environmental organizations, and resides on the outskirts of Los Angeles County.