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A Review of
Aging Matters: Finding Your Calling for the Rest of Your Life
R. Paul Stevens
Paperback: Eerdmans, 2016
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Reviewed by Carolyn Miller Parr
“I have a serious proposal to make. We should work until we die.” So begins Part One of Aging Matters by R. Paul Stevens (11). This thesis may startle or even anger folks who are looking forward to retirement or those who are enjoying newly gained leisure to travel or play more or just run after grandchildren. But it may comfort others who fear retirement as a loss of self, those who are asking, “When I’m no longer a [pastor/lawyer/corporate officer — fill in the blank] who will I be?” Their only question is How can I keep working?