Clergyman, editor; organization executive. Born– December 24, 1935, Birmingham. Parents– Findley Pratt and Frieda Mae (Traweek) Eversole. Married– Mary Ann Knox, June 8, 1958. Education– Birmingham Southern College, A.B., 1956; Vanderbilt University, B.D., 1958; Union Graduate School, Ph. D., 1976.   Methodist clergyman; literary editor, Motive Magazine, 1959-1961; editor of Interseminarian and Communique, director of the interseminary movement for the National Student Christian Federation, 1961-1964; Senior Book Editor, National Council of Churches, 1964-65; Executive Director, Society for the Arts, Religion, and Contemporary Culture, 1966-69; Founder and director, The Creative Society,  1969-72; 1977-84; 1997-. Art Professor, University of Central Florida, 1972-74; President, the Creative Age, Birmingham, 1991-97. Lectured and published journal articles. Member of American Society of Church History, Institute for Religious and Social Studies, American Society for Aesthetics, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Eta Sigma Phi.


Marquis who’s who online; Contemporary Authors online


Art and Spiritual Formation: The Seven Stages of Death and Rebirth. Rochester, VT:  Inner Traditions, 2009.


Our Christian Witness in the World of Struggle. S.l.; s.n., 1955.


Christian Faith and the Contemporary Arts. New York; Abingdon Press, 1962.

Energy Medicine Technologies. Inner Traditions, 2013.

Infinite Energy Technologies. Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2012.