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Daniel Taylor (Ph.D., Emory University) is the author of thirteen books, including The Myth of Certainty, Letters to My Children, Tell Me A Story: The Life-Shaping Power of Our Stories, Creating a Spiritual Legacy, The Skeptical Believer: Telling Stories to Your Inner Atheist and three novels, Death Comes for the Decontructionist, Do We Not Bleed? and Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees. He has also worked on a number of Bible translations. He speaks frequently at conferences, colleges, retreats, and churches on a variety of topics. Dr. Taylor is also co-founder of The Legacy Center, an organization devoted to helping individuals and organizations identify and preserve the values and stories that have shaped their lives. He was a contributing editor for Books and Culture. Dr. Taylor is married and the father of four adult children. Website: www.WordTaylor.com

 

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Daniel Taylor (Ph.D., Emory University) is the author of thirteen books, including The Myth of Certainty, Letters to My Children, Tell Me A Story: The Life-Shaping Power of Our Stories, Creating a Spiritual Legacy, The Skeptical Believer: Telling Stories to Your Inner Atheist and three novels, Death Comes for the Decontructionist and Do We Not Bleed? and Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees. He speaks frequently at conferences, colleges, retreats, and churches on a variety of topics. Dr. Taylor is also cofounder of The Legacy Center, an organization devoted to helping individuals and organizations identify and preserve the values and stories that have shaped their lives. He was a contributing editor for Books and Culture. Website: www.WordTaylor.com

 

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Daniel Taylor (Ph.D., Emory University) is the author of thirteen books, including The Myth of Certainty, Letters to My Children, Tell Me A Story, Creating a Spiritual Legacy, The Skeptical Believer and three novels, Death Comes for the Decontructionist and Do We Not Bleed? and Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees. He speaks frequently at conferences, colleges, retreats, and churches on a variety of topics. Website: www.WordTaylor.com

 

A complete list of essays and articles can be found in Daniel Taylor’s Complete Vitae.

 

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