Leaving Church - Barbara Brown Taylor

Leaving Church

By Barbara Brown Taylor

  • Release Date: 2009-10-13
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

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“This beautiful book is rich with wit and humanness and honesty and loving detail….I cannot overstate how liberating and transforming I have found Leaving Church to be.” —Frederick Buechner, author of Beyond Words

“This is an astonishing book. . . . Taylor is a better writer than LaMott and a better theologian than Norris. In a word, she is the best there is.” —Living Church

Barbara Brown Taylor, once hailed as one of America’s most effective and beloved preachers, eloquently tells the moving and delightful story of her search to find an authentic way of being Christian—even when it meant giving up her pulpit.

The eBook includes a special excerpt from Barbara Brown Taylor's Learning to Walk in the Dark.

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  • Disturbing Departure

    By Randall in SYV
    I have avoided reading this book since its publication five years ago. Having read it now, no doubt at the right time for me to do so, Barbara Brown Taylor's "Leaving Church" is a disturbing departure, not only for her or for me, but signals the same for many who are complacently tending or attending a church that has, itself, departed. The disturbance in this departure has potential for an opportunity to grow profoundly in our relationship with God and in our attention to our humanity (to an important extent the same thing), as well as in our relationship with other people. It brings needed disorientation and confusion about where to go next and what to do, but I have hope that God is generous beyond the telling, harboring and offering even the wealth needed to respond to this perplexity. I'm grateful for this profound and needed book, masterfully and movingly written. I marvel that the author had the ability to gain enough distance on her own intense experience to both share and insightfully reflect on it as she has done here. If you're a church person, especially an ordained one, only read it when you are ready for change on a deep level.

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