by F.W. Baue
This program is an encore from August 5, 2016.
The Pilgrim follows the geographical, intellectual and spiritual sojourns of Paul Gottlieb, a young musician searching for reality in the cultural maelstrom of the 1960s San Francisco music scene.
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Frederic W. Baue is a pastor emeritus of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, and hold a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Arizona. He and his wife, Jean, have three grown children, and make their home in St. Louis where they live and die with the Cardinals.
Learn more about F.W. Baue at Pergola Press.
Frederick Kiefer, Professor of English at the University of Arizona: The Pilgrim beings in the American heartland, a traditional German Lutheran community in Missouri. But everything is about to change. The sixties arrive like a tidal wave, and we witness its effects through the character of Paul. He find himself energized by new ideas and new possibilities. A youn