Prof. Donald F. Megnin, PhD Shares ‘Sermons for the Separated’

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New book includes series of mini-sermons for those who turned away from their religious attachments

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“Sermons for the Separated” hopes to help readers see the future with hope and ideas that they can use to make their lives more enjoyable and happy in their interactions with their neighbors and friends.

Prof. Donald F. Megnin, PhD knows some people who have turned away from their religious heritage. In his book titled “Sermons for the Separated” (published by Trafford Publishing), Megnin would like to address their needs through a series of mini-sermons appropriate for those who have staved off from their former religious attachments.

This book is for those who have become somewhat disenchanted with the portrayal of religion as the end all answer to all of their most important questions relating to life and its peculiarities. It addresses those types of concerns and issues which have proved so challenging to persons who have begun to form their own opinions about topics which all people confront over the course of their lifetimes.

“Everyone reaches a point in life where fundamental issues arise upon which one finally begins to focus where previously these issues were ignored,” Megnin explains. “For those who seem overwhelmed by issues which seem too big for them to overcome, this book will give them a new perspective on how to attack the issue and conquer their fear of the unknown.”

“Sermons for the Separated” hopes to help readers see the future with hope and ideas that they can use to make their lives more enjoyable and happy in their interactions with their neighbors and friends.

“Sermons for the Separated”
By Prof. Donald F. Megnin, PhD
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 296 pages | ISBN 9781490773506
E-Book | 296 pages | ISBN 9781490773513
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Donald F. Megnin grew up on a dairy farm in Chittenango attending Fayetteville Junior-Senior High School from 1934-1946. After he completed his degree at Syracuse University, he taught English at Chulalongkorn University to Thai students in Bangkok, Thailand. Upon his return, he worked for one year at the DeWitt Community Church. He completed his degree in theology from the Boston University School of Theology in 1960. He was assigned as the pastor of the First Ward United Methodist Church in Syracuse. He completed his master's degree in international relations at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He received full time scholarship for his graduate studies from the Cokesbury Foundation upon which, he became a full time graduate student at the Maxwell School of Political Science and Public Affairs. He was hired by Slippery Rock State College to teach international politics and to develop their international program for foreign and American students. He and his wife, Julia, have two sons. Since his retirement in 1994, he has written 11 books on a variety of subjects. He and his wife live in the Nottingham Retirement Community in Jamesville.

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