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2: Pierce Taylor Hibbs – "Centrality of Language"

Pierce Taylor Hibbs is a writer and teacher with a passion for God and language. He is the author of several books, including Finding God in the Ordinary, The Speaking Trinity, and Struck Down but Not Destroyed: Living Faithfully with Anxiety. He received his BA in Professional Writing from Elizabethtown College, an MAR and ThM from Westminster Theological Seminary, and an MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Biola University. He serves as the Associate Director for Theological Curriculum and Instruction in the Theological English Department at Westminster. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and three kids. His first passion is to write. His second passion is to teach others about the craft and about the centrality of language in human life.

Books by Pierce Taylor Hibbs:

Struck Down but not Destroyed 

Finding God in the Ordinary

The Speaking Trinity and His Worded World: Why Language Is at the Center of Everything

Connect with Pierce Taylor Hibbs at:

Twitter: @hibbspierce 

Instagram: @pthibbs 

Facebook: @wordsfrompth

Resources mentioned during the interview:

Under Milkwood by Dylan Thomas

On Writing by Stephen King 

On Writing Well by William Zinnser 

The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr. & E.B. White

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