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Redding, David A(sbury)

REDDING, David A(sbury)

REDDING, David A(sbury). American, b. 1923. Genres: Theology/ Religion. Career: Minister, Liberty Presbyterian Church, Delaware, Ohio, since 1974. Teacher of English, Speech and History, and Assistant Basketball Coach, Doylestown High School, Ohio, 1947-49; Presbyterian Church, Plain City, Ohio, 1952-55; Instructor of English Bible, University of Cincinnati, and Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Glendale, Ohio, both 1955-63; Pastor and Head of Staff, First Presbyterian Church, East Cleveland, Ohio, 1963-66; Writer-in-Residence, Counselor and Preacher, Tarkio College, Missouri, 1966-67; Instructor, Dept. of Philosophy, Flagler College, and Sr. Minister, Flagler Memorial Church, St. Augustine, Florida, 1968-74. Publications: The Parables He Told, 1962; The Psalms of David, 1963; The Miracles of Christ, 1964; If I Could Pray Again, 1965; The New Immorality, 1967; The Couch and the Altar, 1968; What Is the Man?, 1969; Songs in the Night, 1970; Flagler and His Church, 1970; The Faith of Our Fathers, 1971; The Miracles and the Parables, 1971; Until You Bless Me, 1972; God Is Up to Something, 1972; Jesus Makes Me Laugh, 1976; Lives He Touched, 1978; The Prayers I Love, 1978; Before You Call, I Will Answer, 1985; Amazed by Grace, 1987; The Golden String, 1988; A Rose Can Grow Anywhere, 1996; Liberty's Barn Church, 1997; Prayers I Love, 1999. HE NEVER SPOKE WITHOUT A PARABLE SERIES. Vol 1: Your Neighbor, 2000; Vol 2: Your Father, 2001. Address: Liberty Presbyterian Church, 7080 Olentangy River Rd, Delaware, OH 43015, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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