""Richard Cox's book emerges, green and refreshing, as an oasis in a desert planted with cactus or downright fake trees of spiritual reading . . . Readers will have a remarkable experience . . . and they will be sorry to come to the last page . . . A book for all seasons by a man for all seasons."" --Eugene Kennedy Author, syndicated columnist, Professor Emeritus, Psychology Loyola University, Chicago ""Issues of the Soul is a book that I'd encourage everyone to read . . . presented in a spiritual and psychological context that provides the reader with] the potential for achieving a richer, fuller life."" --Gordon Johnson President/CEO Jane Addams Hull House Association ""What Richard Cox shares is not dry erudition but vital insights illuminated by an abundance of personal and very relevant anecdotes. This is by no means just another book."" --Vernon Grounds Chancellor Denver Seminary ""Richard Cox has written a masterpiece in Issues of the Soul. It is all together fitting and proper that he has written this book, and made his wisdom, wit, and insight available to a broad audience."" --Herbert H. Franks President Illinois State Bar Association ""Comparing life to a cake that is best savored slice by slice, and written by a man who lived, endured and ultimately exulted in every slice of what life offered him, Issues of the Soul is a refreshing, challenging, and a down-to-the-very-groundedness-of-human-existence commentary on contemporary life and its sociological perceptions and misperceptions."" --Unula Anderson, MD author of Immunology of the Soul Richard H. Cox, author, psychologist, physician, and theologian is President Emeritus/Professor of the Forest Institute, an accredited graduate school of professional psychology. He is a charter member of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (retired) and ordained Presbyterian (USA) minister.