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Fred Bahnson 

When: Wed., Aug. 21, 7 p.m. 2013

Is the path to righteousness created by a plow? Tolstoy, for one, seemed to think so—the last decades of his life were taken up with leading an agrarian religious commune. And when Fred Bahnson received his divinity degree from Duke, he found spiritual sustenance by founding a faith-based community garden. With blurbs from the likes of Bill McKibben and David James Duncan, Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith is Bahnson's account of his journey, one that includes co-founding Anathoth Community Garden in Cedar Grove, N.C. —David Fellerath

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