Patience with God

patiencePatience with God, by Frank Schaeffer

This book is not out till October, but I put it up, just in case there are some who want more of Mr. Schaeffer.  — rls

From Amazon:

Frank Schaeffer has a problem with Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris, Dennett, and the rest of the New Atheists—the self-anointed “Brights.” He also has a problem with the Rick Warrens and Tim LaHayes of the world. The problem is that he doesn’t see much of a difference between the two camps. As Schaeffer puts it, they “often share the same fallacy: truth claims that reek of false certainties. I believe that there is an alternative that actually matches the way life is lived rather than how we usually talk about belief.”
Frank Schaeffer is the author of the New York Times bestseller Keeping Faith and, most recently, the memoir Crazy for God, which was featured on NPR’s Fresh Air. His novels, including Portofino, have been translated into nine languages. He and his wife, Genie, live in Massachusetts and have three children.

Sparing no one and nothing, including himself and his fiery evangelical past, and invoking subtleties too easily ignored by the pontificators, Schaeffer adds much-needed nuance to the conversation. “My writing has smoked out so many individuals who seem to be thinking about the same questions. I hope that this book will provide a meeting place for us, the scattered refugees of what I’ll call The Church of Hopeful Uncertainty.”

2 Comments »

  1. Frank Schaeffer said

    Hi, if you all read my latest “Patience With God” in your club I’ll gladly do a phone Q & A with you on it. Best, Frank

    • humblebarfly said

      Our group is discussing “Crazy for God” this evening (9/9) and the response from several of our readers has been quite enthusiastic. We will certainly let you know. Thanks!!!!!

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