Dale W. Brown

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The Poetry of Exclusion

by Dale W. Brown 07-01-2008

Ron Hansen’s Exiles delicately displays the conjoining of the literary with the historical, biographical, philosophical, and even the theological.

Participating in the Divine

by Dale W. Brown 12-01-2005
Ron Hansen talks about stories, faith, and being a 'Christian writer.'

A Lesson for Living

by Dale W. Brown 09-01-2002

For Louisiana writer Ernest Gaines, home is the place where you're torn between the difficulty of leaving and the terror of staying.

A Faith to Life and Die With

by Dale W. Brown 05-01-1998
The stories and words of Frederick Buechner

Responsible To Our Time

by Dale W. Brown 01-01-1998
A novel of staying awake to injustice.

The Sign of Jonah

by Dale W. Brown 06-01-1984

Apocalyptic hope in the reign of God.

The Bible on Tax Resistance

by Dale W. Brown 03-01-1977

A case for discrimination.

Jacque Ellul's The New Demons

by Dale W. Brown 11-01-1976

Iconoclasm in a World Come of Age

The Crucified God by Jurgen Moltmann

by Dale W. Brown 08-01-1975

Jurgen Moltmann focuses on a basic theme from his own Lutheran tradition, namely, the theology of the cross, and elucidates its many aspects in typical German style and thoroughness.

'We Have Seen the Enemy...And They is Us.'

by Dale W. Brown 04-01-1975

I am willing to allow Nixon to have been the devil if we view him as having been our corporate personality reflective of the more glaring sins we commit together.