In this collection of wry, witty commentaries, Joey Earl Horstman offers fresh, faithful insights on everything from post-modernism to why Easter is a weird holiday, casting light on the struggles of living hopefully in a sometimes hopeless world.
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This is a book of essays (with one short story) that discuss what it's like to be a Christian today. Horstman writes with a fresh, amusing style that keeps the pages turning. The book is never preachy and often difficult to keep from reading aloud to anyone within arm's reach. Recommended for Christians and anyone who wants to find out about this religion.