At Outskirts Press, Inc., we take great pride in celebrating the work of our successful self-publishing authors. This week we highlight self-published author Steven Rosner.
Learn more about Steven through this week’s Self-Publishing Author Spotlight.
About the Author:
Steve is seeker of truth. He is always looking at the bigger picture and delving deep into the core of what life means. If engaged in a conversation with Steve, you will always be challenged and perhaps enlightened by his unique and creative view of life, Scripture and spirituality. His keen intuitive sense may direct you to a new understanding that you were not aware of. If you want to know a person who is constantly probing the most difficult questions, it is Steve. Steve’s personal life has spanned a broad spectrum of experience and adventure. Steve has worked in corporate America as a systems analyst and driven a taxi, written a novel, produced his father’s play, published short stories, and a lot more.
Although typically thought of as hymns of praise to God, The Psalms of David are so much more. They are invoked to bless, as well as to curse, to comfort and instruct, to lament and inspire. In tone, they span the gamut of human emotions from ecstasy to despair, grief to relief, fear to awe, indignation to remorse, and rage to love. They talk about the rewards of righteousness, the pitfalls of evil, the grandeur of the universe, as well as recount God’s compassion, benevolence and deliverance.
In short, The Psalms are a fabulously rich gold mine whose ore has not been extracted for lack of tools. With its unique taxonomy classifying all 150 psalms within four major categories, this book rectifies that major shortcoming and makes the psalms accessible to the English speaking public of all races, religions, and creeds; indeed to any human who can benefit from their wisdom and guidance. That, and a translation which engages the reader emotionally,should prove a resource for an individual of any faith who is suffering or directionless—to find solace, gain wisdom, receive a new awareness or be transformed, resulting in healing and/or reconsideration of personal ethics—to be more inclined toward “clean hands and a pure heart.”
Format: 7.5 x 9.25 Black & White Paperback, 370 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jun 29, 2015)
Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Healing / Prayer & Spiritual
Billions of people all over the world believe in a Being known in the English world as God. Among His many names, Moslems call him Allah, Christians use The Father, and Jews say Hashem. It seems fair to say the overwhelming majority believe so on faith. What is understandably more difficult to prove is that God is righteous, that God is good, that God is not an evil being in the sky who loves to watch mankind suffer. This relates to the age- old question, why does it appear the righteous suffer while the wicked thrive.
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 214 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Apr 14, 2016)
Genre: RELIGION / General
God and Man Love on the Rocks
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 328 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (May 09, 2018)
Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General
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