"This is a timely book for folks navigating their own faith deconstruction or walking alongside someone who has been wounded by Christians," writes Maddie Gold.
"I was prepared for this book to focus on Black pain and trauma but ... The authors focus on liberation, redemption and transformation rather than the trauma." — Quantisha Mason-Doll
"Imes writes like I imagine she teaches — producing thoughtful discussion that invites students to engage with pop culture references to pieces of daily life (like Netflix) as well as to explore the Bible from Genesis to Revelation."
Jo Wiersema and Amy Pagliarella share the top three children's Bibles, as ranked by Outlook readers. They also review the new children's Bible: The Peace Table.
"I was immediately centered by his view of the Christmas story through a post-traumatic lens; Mary and Jesus were human, one of us, and experienced trauma."
Amy Pagliarella reviews Shane Claiborne's latest book.
“The future of church is going to be digital; the question is how do we harness this for good?”
"Reading this book feels like being in spiritual direction or on a walk with a wise friend. Affirming. Faithful. Good company in hard times."
"I believe we are all aspiring memoirists; we long to see our lives whole, discern their meaning, and share it with our children, grandchildren and others."
"Duncan writes for those who want to know they do not face their finite disappointment in the church alone, yet hold infinite hope for the world beyond the church."
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