When we sit down to coffee with friends as a weekday morning routine, thereas no predicting what weighty subject will emerge for the airing of opinions. Could be anything suggested by the local paper, morning radio or last nightas TV newscast. What you and I would like to contribute to the conversation usually occurs to us later in the day. Thatas why this book is called, aWhat I meant to say was . . .a George Epp ponders the weighty questions we all ponder, and writes down his take on them in 109 readable, short essays, written too late for coffee time.Searching for footing in a chaotic world. George Epp ... To use issues that have such emotional weight as pawnsin an election game is certainly immoral, unethical andadareI saya sinful. ... I dona#39;t see people consciously breaking divine or moral codes in their search for answers regarding the treatment of human embryos.
|Title||:||What I meant to say was ... Searching for footing in a chaotic world.|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2009-06-24|