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Aging, Spirituality, and Religion: A Handbook

by Melvin Kimble

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This book was tremendously helpful in pointing out religion's value to successful aging. It helped point out concerns of the elderly and how to better meet their needs. There are things I will change starting next week. Book itself was very dry and academic. There must be one that is more inviting to read. This was Vol. 1, might get Vol. 2 later.
  Luke_Brown | Sep 10, 2016 |
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Aging, Spirituality, and Religion, Volume 1 published in 1995 by Fortress Press, provided the sociological, psychological, and theological perspectives for examining the ways in which spirituality and religion are experienced by aging persons in our society. As such, it provided the theoretical foundations for considering aging, spirituality and religion. Volume II picks up where Volume I left off-with practical advice and tools for ministry with the aging in a variety of settings. Gerontological and theological perspectives undergird the practical guidance and a final section treats of the unique ethical issues involved in ministry with the aging. Contributors: Melvin A. Kimble, Susan H. McFadden, Lynn Huber, Jane Thibault, Robert Atchley, Christie Cozad Neuger, John Stuckey, Henry Simmons, Anne E. Streaty Wimberly, W. DuWayne Battle, Ellen L. Idler, Dayle A. Friedman, Douglas Olson, Mark Holman, Richard Morgan, James Seeber, Marty Richards, Nancy G. Devor, Ken I. Pargament, Lois Knutson, Robert H. Albers, Robert Rost, Elizabeth MacKinlay, Helen Black, James Ellor, Carole Bailey Stoneking, Paul Sponheim, Richard Wallace, Richard Address, Stephen Sapp, Ladislav Volicer, Paul R. Brenner, James Birren, Betty Birren, Jeff Levin, John McFadden, Harry R. Moody, and Thomas Cole.

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