Unlearning God : how unbelieving helped me believe / Philip Gulley.
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- ISBN: 9781601426529
- ISBN: 1601426526
- Physical Description: xvi, 201 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Convergent Books, 
- Copyright: ©2018
|Formatted Contents Note:||
And so began my life of doubt -- We revered women too much to let them lead -- My unbroken chain of impure thoughts -- God needs anger management -- The best deal ever -- I was pleased to discover God and I hated the same things -- Regarding sex -- God is everywhere, but mostly in America -- God is a trespasser -- God has a plan for my life -- The contagion of hatred -- The cancer of certainty -- The spacious life of Jesus -- Truth is seldom simple -- Sacred change -- The God remaining.
"America’s favorite Quaker storyteller explores the terrain of faith and doubt as shaped by family, church, and young love, finding his way to a less convenient but fully formed adult spirituality. Most of us grow up taking in whole belief systems with our mother’s milk, only to discover later that what we received as being certain is actually nothing like it. And then we’re faced with a choice–retreat to spiritual security and the community that comes with it, or strike out into the unknown. With his trademark humor and down-home wisdom, Philip Gulley serves as just the spiritual director a wayward pilgrim could warm to, inviting readers into his own sometimes rollicking, sometimes daunting journey of spiritual discovery. He writes about being raised by a Catholic mother and a Baptist father across the street from a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses–all three camps convinced the others are doomed. To nearly everyone’s consternation, Philip grows up to be a Quaker and a pastor. In Unlearning God, Gulley showcases his well-loved gift as a storyteller and his acute sensibilities as a public theologian in conversations that will charm, provoke, encourage, and inspire."--Publisher's website.
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