Faith healing

By TED DROZDOWSKI  |  January 31, 2006

Reading At Canaan’s Edge is humbling. Who among us are ready to give our lives for our beliefs? To stand on the side of righteousness and look death in the eye, with only a bit of flinching? Ultimately, it’s a book about faith — sustained, lost in sacrifice, yet, as faith always is, still available to us all.

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