Friday, April 10, 2015
It's not always for the best. She still struggles with many issues mainline, conservatives take as fact, but I appreciated the transparency of her struggles. The first part of the book was very helpful as she wrote about her feelings of disillusionment and questioning the church. Even though I didn't grow up in the church, I could identify with much of what she was writing.
As she writes, she discusses the seven sacraments which the Catholic and Orthodox churches follow. The chapters are short and easy to read. While I do not agree with some of her theology, I found the book valuable to see where some people in the millenial group are thinking about church and structure.
She concluded that the church is still a place where you can find the good in people, yet we recognize we are all flawed. She still finds it a place of peace for her.
I received this book from Thomas Nelson publishers in exchange for an honest and impartial review.