Kerry Walters is an award-winning author and speaker whose special interests are religion and mysticism, Christian pacifism, the ethics of diet, issues in death and dying, and U.S. antebellum history.
The author of over 30 books and more than 100 articles, Kerry teaches Philosophy and Peace and Justice Studies at Gettysburg College and lives in Lewisburg, PA. He's also a longtime peace activist.
Information about his published and forthcoming books may be found on subsequent pages.
A critical edition of John Locke's 1689 classic, A Letter Concerning Toleration. Includes introductory essay, addition writings by Locke, and selections from Spinoza, William Penn, Pierre Bayle, Jonas Proast, and Samuel von Pufendorf
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Lincoln, the Rise of the Republicans, and
the Coming of the Civil War
Explosion on the Potomac: The 1844
Calamity Aboard the USS Princeton
Giving Up god...To Find God: Breaking
Free of Idolatry
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Contact Kerry at kwalters[at]gettysburg[dot]edu