6 responses to An Amish Paradox–Part 2 of an interview with Charles Hurst and David McConnell
  • Thank you for the informative interview. I’m afraid I haven’t read the book yet but it’s in the stack of other Amish related things I need to start on. I wish someone would consider doing a serious book about Wisconsin’s Amish settlements. Until then I’ll keep reading about the one’s I’d like to visit. Excellent website and blog.

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    Comment on An Amish Paradox–Part 2 of an interview with Charles Hurst and David McConnell (June 18th, 2010 at 23:48)

    John, thanks for leaving the comment and I’m happy you enjoyed the interview and blog. We’ll have some more interviews focusing on Amish communities in different states in the coming weeks and months (including NY and Florida), so hope you’ll check back in. And I agree about Wisconsin.

  • Thank you so much for posting these interviews. I came over from Amy’s Humble Musings when she posted the link to the first interview. I immediately fell in love with the book and ordered it. I enjoy reading about all things Amish (even by former Amish) and this book looks like it will be one of the best ever. Thank you again.

    Ouida Gabriel

  • It’s been a very busy week, and I am just now getting to the two-part interview. Thank you Erik. The book is now listed on my wish-list. I found it startling a few years back to see many Amish with cell phones in Holmes County.
    Bob Dylan once sang, “O the times, they are a changin’. ” Thanks for such an educational and insightful interview.

  • Since I fell in love with the Amish as a teenager when I just happened upon them in Middlefield, Ohio (4th largest concentration of Amish in the world) I became totally charmed by them and like most of the people who have responded to your book, I would like to say thank you for giving us a much better understanding about these fascinating people. I lap up any and all information I come across about them and your book so far sounds highly informative, even for people like me who know a fair amount about them already.

  • Glad everyone enjoyed the interview. I did too. More of them to come!

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