IN THIS ISSUE
Winter 2011, Vol. 11, No. 1
EDITORIAL: SHOOTS FROM THE STUMP
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"This Winter 2011 issue of DreamSeeker Magazine forces me to reflect on endings and beginnings, on stumps and shoots."
POETRY BY KEN GIBBLE
"He did not ask for prayer. / I thanked God for that."
Five Hours East
"Their grumbling was the melody line I heard the clearest. They put off practicing until forced by threats from yours truly."
we insist that God has good reasons for suffering . . . have we
disguised as piety what are constructions of our human wills. . . ?"
YOU WILL BE MY WITNESSES
James C. Longacre
"We treat with equal respect those whose names are honored and those quite nameless."
Books, Faith, World & More
AN ALTERNATIVE POINT OF VIEW: REVIEWS OF ALL GOVERNMENTS LIE AND OF AN AMERICAN IN PERSIA
Governments Lie is a biography of I. F. Stone described as a "Rebel
Journalist" who was not satisfied with public statements but dug out
facts behind the statements. . . ."
NEWS TO ME
"Are we called to "the news" on different levels?"
AN ALTERNATIVE POINT OF VIEW: A REVIEW OF THE HUTTERITES IN NORTH AMERICA
several beginning chapters in this study cover Hutterite history, the
later chapters describe the life and faith of the about 500 colonies. .
The Turquoise Pen
of those words were horribly mangled, chopped in half, torn, stepped
on, smushed. Oh, it was awful—I could barely speak when I realized the
extent of my betrayal to the English language."
Nöel R. King
AUTHENTICITY, TRANSFORMED SHADOWS, AND BETTY D. KING
Michael A. King
"How would we celebrate my mom without crafting a fantasy instead of telling the truth about her?"