Altar in the World, An: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
How often books come when they need to...this book is about the embodiment of faith; it's what we do that matters, not what we believe (don't we really do what we really believe, not what we think we believe?). Taylor's Christian faith is revealed in a hairy Jesus with dirty feet whose message was essentially Chop Wood, Carry Water. Love is food, hugs, and smiles at the wonder of the world; love is tears, comfort, sweat, and laughter.
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An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith