|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:
Amazon (hardcover): https://www.amazon.com/Viktor-Frankl-Book-Marshall-Lewis/dp/1532659148/
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“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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