Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. John McKenna
Spiritual writing, like any type of nonfiction, can be a daunting task for a writer. Not only does the topic lack the certainty that we’re all searching for, but its canyons have been surveyed and examined and trudged by men and women for centuries. Like a travel writer must look at a place as though it is untouched, a spiritual writer must write with the confidence that their words ultimately inform the audience about their own unique motivations.
Murnan, Susan, "Apparitions: Essays on Revisioning my Faith, My Mother, and Myself" (2006). Student Work. 348.