"These are poems about confluence--of rivers and sea, of sea and shore, of both with man and dog, of father and son, of spirit and Spirit. They are laced with close observation, awe, humility, pleasure, and pondering. If you love where the ocean meets the land (and all the creatures drawn to that meeting), you will value these words of poetic tribute." -- Daniel Taylor Professor of English, Bethel University
Philip Wesley Comfort
Philip Comfort has a doctorate in literary interpretation from the University of South Africa. He has been a senior editor at Tyndale House Publishers for twenty-five years, and has taught New Testament, English, and Greek at several colleges. He has written over fifteen volumes in the areas of New Testament studies, English Bible translations, and ancient Greek manuscripts. He was the New Testament editor and a translator of the New Living Translation. He has authored two novels and four volumes of poetry. He lives in Pawleys Island, South Carolina, with his wife Georgia.