Ruth Langhinrichs


Ruth Imler Langhinrichs is the widow of Richard Alan Langhinrichs (1921-1990)-- whose reflections, observations, and insights have been published as "Atheist in a Foxhole--One Man's Quest for Meaning." Ruth made the final decision on the contents of Dick's book, and included some heartfelt contributions from Dick's family, friends, and colleagues. Ruth is a writer and editor by profession.


Atheist in a Foxhole--One Man's Quest for Meaning
By Ruth Langhinrichs
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 59,550. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
Dick Langhinrichs, who was awarded two medals for valor during WWII, insisted, "There are Atheists in foxholes,because I'm one." At War's end, he headed to New York City for a stage career while writing a novel and pursuing his lifelong quest for meaning (as he questioned what he believed were superstitious Christian beliefs). Then a mid-life crisis changed the course of his journey.

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