Clint Schnekloth

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Pastor Clint Schnekloth of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is back with another book suggestion. This time he recommends The Weil Conjectures: On Math and the Pursuit of the Unknown by Kate Olsson. The book is a biography of siblings Simone and Andre Weil and their studies of math, philosophy and more.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Pastor Clint Schnekloth offers his first winter reading recommendation of the season, Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhem. It’s a Hugo Award-winning science fiction novel from the past that he says is incredibly relevant to 2019 and was first suggested to him by a KUAF listener. 

Pastor Clint Schnekloth of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville discusses the multicultural spin on traditional Thanksgiving foods that took place at the church's annual feast this year.

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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Pastor Clint Schnekloth is suggesting we pick up The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches and Meditations by Toni Morrison.

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Pastor Clint Schnekloth, the lead pastor at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville, is back for fall book suggestions. Today he explains why he likes Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstein.

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