Scott Stickney's 'In The Dark' gets new Marketing Campaign
Set for a new marketing campaign, the book strengthens and broadens "a big picture" for the Judeo?Christian faith. Stickney explores insights and quotes from the writings of Kierkegaard, Jung and Bonhoeffer. Because of the unique connection he had with Charles Schultz, bits and pieces of the "Peanuts" comic strip also brings laughter and levity.
Stickney's position for a mysticism of darkness is based upon the Holy Bible, but the scholarship of innovative mystics like John of the Cross and Dionysius the Areopagite are included. Although offering no simple answers, nearly every page of the book illuminates an unconventional spiritual life of experiential theology.
A top 10 finalist in the 2015 New Look Writing Contest, "In The Dark: A Memoir of Religious Initiation, Doubt, Rebellion, and Discovery" is a personal and historical evaluation of disciplines and aspirations too often overlooked and neglected in present?day Christianity." It is Stickney's conviction that the Divine Presence continues to communicate (John 5:17) through events and other people, as well as through an intuitive listening for a gentle whisper (I Kings 19:12).
"In The Dark: A Memoir of Religious Initiation, Doubt, Rebellion, and Discovery"
By Scott Stickney
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 262 pages | ISBN 9781512745009
E-Book | 262 pages | ISBN 9781512744996
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Scott Stickney earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and studied for two years at a theological seminary. An ordained elder in the Nazarene denomination, he served as a pastor in local churches for over two decades. He now resides in western Oregon with Rhonda, his wife of 35 years.
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