The Gospel According to Sam

The Gospel According to Sam

by William Miller

Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe) Publication Date: 05/09/2005

  $14.07

The Gospel According to Sam is a collection of thirty "animal stories for the soul," written by William Miller, a priest who's considered to be one of the best preachers in the Episcopal Church. The "Sam" in the title is Miller's Airedale, a lovable, "wounded healer" of a dog who survived a house fire that burned off his ears but couldn't extinguish his spirit. Sam becomes a vehicle for healing, humor, adventure, spiritual growth, and prayer for Miller and his parishioners. ??Sam isn't a typical warm-fuzzy, feel-good animal stories book, however. Miller writes with an earthy sense of humor and a Southern voice that has the reader laughing out loud--think of Molly Ivins, but with the voice of faith and prayer added in for good measure, and a low tolerance for sickly sweet theology. But then he slips in the zinger that cuts through the laughter and goes for the soul. His meditations aren't limited to Sam or even just dogs; birds, pigs, squirrels, rabbits, fish, bugs, and even yaks feature in his stories. An honest awareness and appreciation of the depth and breath of life are hallmarks of these real life adventures and thought provoking reflections.

ISBN:
9781596271562
9781596271562
Category:
Spirituality & religious experience
Format:
Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
Publication Date:
05-09-2005
Language:
English
Publisher:
Church Publishing Inc
William Miller

William Miller is a television producer and media executive. For a decade he ran one of the UK's biggest independent production companies before partnering with his old friend Nigella Lawson to produce her critically acclaimed cooking shows as well as build and manage her global brand business.

After that he then went on to be head of talent at BBC Worldwide where he partnered with other well known names like Louis Theroux, Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer to help build their brands, businesses, and develop their TV shows. In 2014, he set up a TV development business called Raconteur as well as taking time out to write this, his first book.

In 2009 William returned to Gloucester Crescent where he now lives, three doors from his parents, with his wife and two teenage daughters.

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