A Place for Skeptics: A Spiritual Journey for Those Who May Have Given Up on Church But Not on God, by Scott Larson and Chris Mitchell

From the Inside Flap In an age of religious fanaticism, an attitude of holy skepticism is no bad thing. This book stands in a fine tradition of radical Christian subversion—from Dante’s Divine Comedy to Bono’s spiritual quest—which has always sought to find and follow Jesus without kissing its brains good-bye. Wherever you’re at on the journey of faith, I recommend this book to you as if it were a wise old companion whose conversation is warm, occasionally surprising and continually seasoned with the ancient convictions of orthodox faith. PETE GREIG Cofounder, 24-7 Prayer Author, The Vision and the Vow.


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