San Francisco : HarperOne, 2015.
LibraryThing member Al-G
Parts of this book were really good, but overall it was just okay. I resonated with her journey in many places and found it inspiring to be reminded of some of the same things that I have also discovered, especially regarding "Dirt" and "Commons". Her bibliography is excellent and I found several titles that will have to go on my reading list. She continues to write from a perspective that is widely known as 'Emergent' Christianity which I also resonate with despite being part of the institution. After years of study among Native Americans on spirituality there is much here that relates as well. There is also overlap with Celtic understandings and all of these, Native, Celtic, and Emergent, resonate deeply with my own spiritual understandings. So in places I really identified with this and with her journey. Perhaps that is why I can only give mixed reviews because I really identified more closely in some places than in others. And perhaps another reader might have a broader connection. Regardless it was worth the read.
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