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Christianity, atheism, church, Dawkins, agnosticism, history, science

A Religious Journey
The Sun of God
by Fred Marquis Worrell

Have you ever thought about the meaning of life and the role of religion? Professor Worrell presents his agnostic journey as a cultural Christian to answer both aspects of this important question beginning with his early college days. This autobiographical account from faith to doubt includes personal, academic, philosophical, administrative, and anecdotal experiences throughout his career as a social scientist over the years. Executives will be interested in the inclusion by the author of an early program initiated by an AT&T executive and directed by the University of Pennsylvania faculty and their selected prominent guests who emphasize the importance of the literary arts as a factor to enhance decision making for top managers. Moreover, all readers may see avenues to broaden their own perspectives or to pursue other genres. Mr. Worrell’s memoir uniquely introduces the reader to a dialogue with his friend Paul R. (Bob) Indrome in an attempt to provide some humor throughout the presentation of his journey. This odyessey can be read in one sitting, or in days and weeks, depending upon reflection? It is only the author’s reflection of his journey. What questions do you ponder from time to time throughout your own journey of life?

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Fred Worrell is Professor of Sociology at Kent State University. He has held a variety of administrative and teaching positions after serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Mr. Worrell was an executive director for the Y.M.C.A., associate executive director and planning director for the United Way, director of community schools, and director of the Midwest Writers Conference. Additionally, he received a Fulbright Award to teach sociology and social work at Trent Polytechnic in Nottingham, England for the 1982-83 academic year in their division of social sciences. Professor Worrell resumed his teaching mainly on the Stark Campus of Kent State University between 1966 and 2012.


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