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Lauren F. WinnerMemoirs that succeed do so in part because the writer's question is also, somehow, the reader's. I am a reader who has—amid many doubts—clung with tenacity to faith, and I found that my questions hovered around this sympathetic and engrossing book, too. The explicit question is, How did one man drift away from faith? But for me the book provoked another question as well: What kind of faith might be possible even after the verities of childhood have passed away?
—The New York Times