Brad Keena is an author, speaker and public policy veteran who writes about cultural and spiritual issues, reflecting his view that God's revealed truth meets every legitimate demand of reason in a world that cannot, by nature, account for rationality. His literary contributions include The Volcano Dancer (2013), Departure (2013), "Ten Signs of a Culture's End" (1999) and "The Message of the Dead Sea Scrolls" (1998).
A passionate believer in Jesus as the Messiah, Keena has been a student of the Bible for nearly forty years. He sees the supremacy of Scripture and the active role of the Holy Spirit as essentials for the life Jesus intended.
Keena served in the State Department's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, spent seven years on Capitol Hill, and worked in two presidential administrations including the White House and the Office of Territorial and International Affairs. He has written speeches for Members of Congress and Cabinet and Subcabinet Members, including the Secretaries of State and Interior.
An award-winning journalist, Keena has enjoyed success as a nightly talk show host, radio news director, newspaper correspondent, and as a columnist. As a political analyst, he made numerous appearances on network television and radio talk shows and has been quoted in every major newspaper and news magazine in the country as well as numerous books about the culture.
Keena lives in a Chicago suburb with his wife and family.
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by Brad Keena
Chronicling the final three weeks of a lifelong friend, Departure presents a touching and genuine reflection of the fundamental issues of life, faith, physical death, and spiritual peace. "Reality is about four inches wide," the dying friend observes in an unflinchingly honest moment. "Trying to deal with truth is like trying to pick up a broken mirror. It’s not possible to reason the truth."
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