Stumbling Toward God: A Prodigal's Return

Stumbling Toward God: A Prodigal's Return

by Margaret D. McGee

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Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly
McGee presents an offbeat, engagingly written, appealingly uncertain spiritual memoir. Although she was raised a Protestant, she left the faith during her freshman year of college and considered herself an atheist. But in midlife she became "an atheist who prays" one who struggled with spiritual questions and wanted to know more about the God she couldn't quite believe in. She started church-shopping, a mostly awful experience she likens to "dating after a bad divorce... they were all jerks out there." After a time, however, she found not one but two churches, the Episcopal and the Unitarian, and joined both. She eventually decided to strengthen her commitment to just one congregation. But, as she notes in the epilogue, that choice "doesn't feel final." Stay tuned. (May) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.

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