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Journalist Ed Quillen has a review of Peter Anderson's new book, "First Church of the Higher Elevations."
August 9, 2005. Rebroadcast August 13.
*** BOOK REVIEW: FIRST CHURCH OF THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS ***
ERIC WHITNEY: Time now for a book review. We’ve called on Ed Quillen, columnist for the Denver Post and Co-Publisher of Colorado Central magazine to select a work by a local author. His pick: First Church of the Higher Elevations by Peter Anderson.
ED QUILLEN: Mountains seem to inspire one of two human reactions. One is greed, as in “how quickly can we mine, log, graze, or subdivide this range.” And the other is reverence, as in Psalm 121, “I will lift mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.”
In this collection of essays, Crestone writer and editor Peter Anderson is blessedly free of greed, but his intense reverence for mountains is often punctuated by everyday worldliness. For instance, he plans a forty-day sojourn into the Henry Mountains of Utah, but cuts it to thirty-six days because he wants to...
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