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A MIDDLE WAY: The Secular/Spiritual Road to Wholeness by [Duke Robinson, Robert Anscheutz Anschuetz]

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In November 2000, Time Warner published the paperback version of Duke Robinson's award-winning hardcover book GOOD INTENTIONS, under the title TOO NICE FOR YOUR OWN GOOD: How to Stop Making 9 Self-Sabotaging Mistakes. It appeared in twelve languages and as an early Kindle book. It continues to sell briskly through Amazon.com, B&N.com and bookstores everywhere. His second non-fiction book, CREATE YOUR BEST LIFE: How to Live Fully Knowing One Day You Will Die, appeared in December 2011, published through CreateSpace. In September 2012, he published this, his first novel, also through CreateSpace. Robinson was reared in the Philadelphia area, graduating in 1950 from Haverford High School. He holds a BA degree in philosophy (1954) from the Wheaton College, near Chicago, and a Masters of Divinity (1958), from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He has lived since 1960, in the East Bay of Northern California. For 28 years before retiring to writing, he led the dynamic, progressive Montclair Presbyterian Church in Oakland. For several years during that ministry he served as an adjunct professor at San Francisco Theological Seminary, from which he holds an earned doctorate (1979). Prior to retiring from the pastorate in 1996, he also was known widely as a speaker and appeared frequently on Northern California television. Since 2000, he has lived in Rossmoor, an active adult community in Walnut Creek, CA, thirty miles east of San Francisco. Barbara, his beloved wife of 54 years died in 2008 (He writes of her dying and his almost dying in 2009, in his book CREATE OUR BEST LIFE). He has four mature children, nine wonderful grandchildren and two super-great, great grandsons who happen to be geniuses. In April 2014, he published this book, his third nonfiction work. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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About the Author

In 2000, Time Warner published the paperback version of Duke Robinson's award-winning hardcover book GOOD INTENTIONS, under the title TOO NICE FOR YOUR OWN GOOD: How to Stop Making 9 Self-Sabotaging Mistakes. It appeared in 13 languages and as an early Kindle book. It continues to sell briskly.

His second non-fiction book, CREATE YOUR BEST LIFE: How to Live Fully Knowing One Day You Will Die, appeared in December 2011, published through CreateSpace. In this book, he writes intimately of the dying of his wife of 54 years, Barbara, in 2008, and of his almost dying in 2009.

In September 2012, also through CreateSpace, he published his first novel, SAVIOR: An Old Notion in a New Novel of Unthinkable Absurdity.

Robinson grew up in the Philadelphia area, graduating in 1950 from Haverford High School. He holds a BA degree in philosophy (1954) from the Wheaton College near Chicago, a Masters of Divinity degree (1958), from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and an earned doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary (1979). He has lived since 1960, in the East Bay of Northern California.

For 28 years before retiring in 1996, he led the dynamic Montclair Presbyterian Church in Oakland, CA. During that ministry, for several years he was an adjunct professor at San Francisco Theological Seminary. He also was known widely as a speaker and appeared frequently on Northern California television.

Since 2000, he has lived in Rossmoor, an active retirement community in Walnut Creek, CA, about 15 miles east of Oakland. He has four adult children, nine wonderful grandchildren and two super-great, great grandsons.

His book, A MIDDLE WAY: The Secular/Spiritual Road to Wholeness, published by Big Hat Press, May 2014, won the Honorable Mention Award in the Writers Digest nonfiction contest for that year.

In November 2015, Big Hat Press, published his memoir, STANDING ON MY HEAD ... With My Fly Open. Robinson stood on his head when he was eight. He plans to hit eighty-eight, standing on his feet, in January 2021.

This book, which appeared in late December 2020, is his sixth, and last, he says.

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