Dr. Brent A.R. Hege '98 published his first book, Faith at the Intersection of History and Experience: The theology of Georg Wobbermin. Wobbermin (1869-1943) was a German Lutheran theologian who has been called "a captain of the liberal rearguard." This is the first English-language study of his work. Dr. Hege, who earned a Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia, is a Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Butler University, Indianapolis
Gary T. Hawbaker '66, a historian and educator, has written Dear William: Letters from Home, which presents the correspondence between a 19th-century Donegal farmer and his brother-in-law, who had emigrated to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The book is filled with detailed insight into life in rural Ireland. Hawbaker lives in Elizabethtown and has written extensively about Lancaster County.
In celebration of the good life, which he describes as a balance of work and play, exercise and sensible eating, laughter and a "healthy, hearty spirit," Rev. Dr. Barron B. Maberry '55 has written Do You Want to Be Well: A Prescription for Getting Well and Staying Well in Body, Mind, and Spirit. Dr. Maberry is a retired pastor; he lives with his wife in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Janice (Clark) Hayes '74 has written Journey of a Conqueror: Overcoming Abuse with Faith and Courage. Janice, who holds an MBA from St. Bonaventure University, works as an independent consultant for organizational development and human resource issues; she and her family live in Georgia.
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