David R. Stokes
David R. Stokes is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, ordained minister, commentator, broadcaster, and columnist. His work has also been published in The Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies, The Jewish Press, The Cold War Times, The Richard Nixon Foundation, History News Network, as well as various publications and periodicals related to Christian ministry.
A minister for 37 years, Reverend Stokes has, since 1998, served as Senior Pastor of Fair Oaks Church in Fairfax, VA, a non-denominational congregation with more than 30 nations represented in its membership.
He has had his own national satellite radio talk show and is a regular guest-host for talk shows in across the country. David has also produced and hosted podcasts and has provided narration for projects for The Cold War Museum and Richard Nixon Foundation.
David has been married to his wife Karen for 38 years and they have three daughters and seven grandchildren. They live in Fairfax, Virginia
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Firebrand: Politics, Arson, Perjury, and an Embattled American City in 1912
by David R. Stokes
In early 1912, the city of Fort Worth, Texas found itself in a firestorm, one that had political, religious, and criminal undertones. At the center of the controversy was a local minister, J. Frank Norris. Determined to make a name for himself, he adopted a sensational approach to preaching. Norris was the predecessor of the all culturally crusading clergymen agitators to come.
In the Arena: Reflections on Culture, History, Politics, and Faith
by David R. Stokes
Bestselling author David R. Stokes shares an assortment of powerful essays in IN THE ARENA: Reflections on Culture, History, Politics, and Faith. Foreword by Dr. Gerald W. Stokes. From the War on Terror, to the Cold War, to great moments in sports, to presidential politics, to Vladimir Putin, Stokes offers insightful analysis on an eclectic list of subjects.
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