Marshall H. Lewis, PhD

Bible, Culture, and Hermeneutics

Logotherapy and Existential Analysis

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Marshall H. Lewis is the author of
Viktor Frankl and the Book of Job: A Search for Meaning
available from Pickwick Publications.

He's the host of LogoTalk Radio, the world's premier podcast
on logotherapy and existential analysis.
Marshall is based in southwest Kansas.
He serves as executive director of Southwest Guidance Center,
a Kansas-licensed community mental heath center.

Viktor Frankl and the Book of Job: A Search for Meaning by Marshall H. Lewis with foreword by Alexander Batthyány
is available from these and many other fine retailers:

     “A bold and ambitious reading that respects the text of Job as much as it does the texts of Frankl, the book uses Frankl to construct a new hermeneutic of reading.”
— C. Fred Alford, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, College Park, and author of After the Holocaust: The Book of Job, Primo Levi, and the Path to Affliction.

     “It is destined to become a classic both due to its original line of thought and the rarely found blend of sensitivity and knowledge so impressively present throughout its chapters.”
— Prof. Dr. Alexander Batthyány, Endowed Viktor Frankl Chair for Philosophy and Psychology, Liechtenstein.

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