Human Dignity: A Path of Faith

Human Dignity: A Path of Faith

by Paul Wheelhouse

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Overview

This book articulates and establishes a spiritual foundation to human dignity that perhaps had never been achieved before, built primarily from a Judeo-Christian scriptural basis. It harmonizes the principles of human dignity and faith, joining them into one cohesive system. The core of the book is written with a pastoral style, reaching out to many souls whose dignity may have been undermined in any number of ways, to build up their souls, strengthen and encourage them, and give them hope.
Portions of the book are also written with a didactic style earning the submission of this document as a charter for the global community.
This book is written for four targeted audiences: world, civic, and religious leaders, professionals and volunteers who serve those whose dignity is more vulnerable to compromise, those wanting to learn about a spiritual foundation of dignity, and all whose dignity may have been undermined in any way.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150825826
Publisher: Wheel House Publications
Publication date: 04/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 108
File size: 64 KB

About the Author

Paul Wheelhouse was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised a Christian. He gave his life to God during his first two years of college when He also first sensed the Call to the ministry. He attended Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, earning a Master of Divinity degree in 1994. He served five years in the pastoral ministry in the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, in congregations in Florida and Georgia.
Rev. Paul Wheelhouse began writing as an occasional columnist on the Religion page of the Jackson County Floridan while serving at his first church as a minister Florida in the mid-1990’s.
He began to prolifically write after the year 2000. This book was the first manuscript he actually completed in 2009 but it remained in a file while he had completed and self-published two other books in 2010 and 2012.
Since 2009, he has been teaching the World Religions course at a local community college as an Adjunct instructor, now Adjunct Professor and continues his Religion studies.

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