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John Marson Dunaway

John Marson Dunaway has taught French and Interdisciplinary Studies at Mercer University since 1972. A native Georgian with degrees from Emory (BA) and Duke Universities (MA, PhD), he has devoted his research career to modern French religious writers and is author or editor of seven books.

Books by John Marson Dunaway

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Gladly Learn, Gladly Teach : Living Out One's Calling In The Twenty-First Century Academy
Translated by: John Marson Dunaway, John Marson Dunaway
Product Code: P309
ISBN: 9780865549654
Product Format: Paperback
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These essays address the relationship of faith and learning at a Baptist institution and come from scholars in a wide variety of fields: theology, law, literature, political science, education, and philosophy. They not only affirm the need for a clear theological vision on which to base institutional and pedagogical planning; they also stress the importance of diversity, pluralism, and true academic freedom.
Beauty That Saves, The: Essays on Aesthetics and Language in Simone Weil
Translated by: John Marson Dunaway, John Marson Dunaway   By author: Eric Springsted
Product Code: H392
ISBN: 9780865545007
Product Format: Hardback
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The Pope’s Guest
By author: Vladimir Volkoff, Vladimir Volkoff   Translated by: John Marson Dunaway, John Marson Dunaway
Product Code: P471
ISBN: 9780881464535
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Ilya is the uncouth, uneducated son of ardent Communist workers who becomes a war hero in the Red Army. After the war, however, he experiences a radical conversion to Christianity and becomes a priest, but also eventually a KGB general and Metropolitan of Leningrad. Captivated by the prophecy of Russia’s return to Christianity contained in the appearance of the Virgin Mary to a few simple shepherds in Portugal, Ilya decides he must make overtures to the new pontiff in an effort toward ecumenical collaboration that will facilitate the fulfillment of the prophecy. When he leaves for Rome, his KGB superiors plot to have him assassinated, and the Mafia contacts involved also plot the assassination of John Paul. Dostoevsky meets Le Carré in this rich tapestry of intrigue, betrayal, heroism, and faith.
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