Steve Rabey is the award-winning author of more than 40 books and more than 2,000 articles (New York Times, Christianity Today) exploring religion, spirituality, culture, and history. Bestsellers include Rachel's Tears, an inside look at the mass killings at Columbine High School (nearly 400,000 copies) and The Lessons of St. Francis, written with Catholic musician John Michael Talbot. The Houston Chronicle: "A thought-provoking work that, like St. Francis, can appeal to anyone, anywhere." Steve and astronomer David Bradstreet take readers on a journey to the heavens and describe the important role Christian scientists have played in the history of astronomy and cosmology in Star Struck: Seeing the Creator in the Wonders of Our Cosmos. He examined Celtic spirituality in two books, In the House of Memory: Ancient Celtic Wisdom for Everyday Life and Celtic Journeys: A Traveler's Guide to Ireland's Spiritual Legacy, written with his author/speaker wife, Lois. Chicago Tribune: "What makes it different is the depth of knowledge--(and) depth of feeling--the authors bring to this well-trodden land." Steve's other books explore: - Youth culture: When Kids Hurt: Help for Adults Navigating the Adolescent Maze, with Chap Clark; - Revivalism: Revival in Brownsville: Pensacola, Pentecostalism, and the Power of American Revivalism; - Life in war time: Faith Under Fire: Stories of Courage and Hope from World War II; - Faith and football: All-Pro Wisdom: The 7 Choices That Lead to Greatness; - And business ethics in Business With Soul: Creating a Workplace Rich in Faith and Values. Steve and Lois live in Colorado.Read more Read less
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