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Bishop’s MM articles published into a book

Jun 2002    

A BOOK containing articles written for Methodist Message by Bishop Dr Robert Solomon has just been published.

Entitled “Fire For The Journey”, this weekly devotional book contains 52 reflections by Bishop Dr Solomon.

Originally published as messages in Methodist Message, the official monthly newsmagazine of The Methodist Church in Singapore, this compilation covers such topical subjects as coping with disasters in our lives, being good citizens, the reality of Christ in our daily lives, ethical issues in the life sciences and the real meaning of Christmas.

Each article is accompanied by thought-provoking questions to encourage meditation and reflection.

Bishop Dr Solomon, who holds a Ph. D from the University of Edinburgh specialising in pastoral theology, has written books and contributed articles for books and journals. He is a Fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counsellors and an international adviser for the Journal of Pastoral Counselling.

The book, published by Armour Publishing, is now available at major bookstores. It is retailing at $15, exclusive of the 3% GST.

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