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Have a Little Faith : A True Story,9781401310462

Have a Little Faith : A True Story

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9781401310462

ISBN10:
140131046X
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Pub. Date:
3/29/2011
Publisher(s):
Hyperion
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Summary

Mitch Albom has been one of my favorite sportswriters for years; his style is eloquent, yet concise and very witty. His words are well-chosen when he writes and this particular effort is no exception. It's terrific. This is a remarkable, true story of contrast, of two men of God; one an aging rabbi, and the other, an African American pastor working in a ghetto. Two men---two different faiths; two entirely different backgrounds. In the end, the message is clear: Faith ties us closely together and can give us the chance to accomplish things we never dreamed possible.

Table of Contents

In the Beginning…p. 1
Spring
The Great Tradition of Running Awayp. 6
Meet the Rebp. 9
A Little Historyp. 11
Life of Henryp. 15
The File on Godp. 17
The House of Peacep. 25
The Daily Grind of Faithp. 34
Ritualp. 42
The End of Springp. 46
Summer
The Things We Lose…p. 55
Communityp. 62
A Little More Historyp. 67
The Greatest Question of Allp. 77
Why War?p. 86
Happinessp. 96
The End of Summerp. 103
Autumn
Churchp. 107
What Is Rich?p. 112
Churchp. 118
Oldp. 123
Churchp. 132
A Good Marriagep. 141
Your Faith, My Faithp. 156
The Things We Find…p. 164
Thanksgivingp. 168
The End of Autumnp. 177
Winter
Winter Solsticep. 189
Good and Evilp. 194
Life of Cassp. 200
Saying Sorryp. 209
The Moment of Truthp. 215
Heavenp. 223
Churchp. 228
Goodbyep. 232
The Eulogyp. 235
…The Things We Leave Behindp. 243
Epiloguep. 248
Acknowledgmentsp. 253
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