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Leave God Alone combines humor, philosophy, analysis and anecdotes in a freewheeling volume that challenges those who call themselves Christians to confront prejudices and examine biases regarding faith, worship and other religious matters. Dr. carr explores issues ranging from the role of ministers in society to attitudes of believers inside and outside the church, as well as the tendency of some women to romanticize Christ and approach him in a rather worldly manner. His style and candid observations may provoke, amuse, rankle or stimulate, but they won't bore or tire anyone. As an ordained minister as well as an actor, director and now artistic director of Amun Ra Theatre, Dr. carr's background provides him with a unique view of the secular and spiritual universes. This book seeks to combine the down-to-earth approach of the street with the optimistic worldview of a true believer unafraid to confront injustices and untruths wherever they occur, and courageous enough to offer solutions and fresh approaches for a new century and contemporary constituency.