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Sabbath in the Suburbs by MaryAnn McKibben Dana
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Sep 23, 12

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From Publishers Weekly:
Dana brings a fresh voice and energy to the familiar topic of time management as understood by people who would describe themselves as either religious or spiritual but not religious: Sabbath-keeping. Bringing the gift of self-awareness and irony, Dana notes that a four-minute difference in school bus rides ought not to prompt a letter-writing campaign from anxious parents. She also brings theological awareness of the historical practice and meaning of Sabbath-keeping. Dana writes in a distinct voice about making a traditional religious practice meaningful to contemporary families.
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Ruth Everhart and your obsessive attention to detail shows!

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MaryAnn To Wrevs with the credit...
And if there are errors, to me with the blame :-)

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