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still free Still KindleMed Girl Meets God author Lauren F Winner has written an engrossing reflection of literary grace and spiritual wisdom with Still Notes on a Mid Faith CrisisAs she lives through a failed marriage and the loss of her mother Winner finds her Christian faith slipping away Through reading religious works and tomes a

Med Girl Meets God author Lauren F Winner has written an engrossing reflection of literary grace and spiritual wisdom with Still Notes on a Mid Faith CrisisAs she lives through a failed marriage and the loss of her mother Winner finds her Christian faith slipping away Through reading religious works and tomes a

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➠ [Epub] ➚ Still By Lauren F. Winner ➪ – Nessville.me Following up her highly acclaimed Girl Meets God author Lauren F Winner has written an engrossing reflection of literary grace and spiritual wisdom with Still Notes on a Mid Faith CrisisAs she lives tEpub Still By Lauren F Winner Nessvilleme Following up her highly acclaimed Girl Meets God author Lauren F Winner has written an engrossing reflection of literary grace and spiritual wisdom with Still Notes on a Mid Faith CrisisAs she lives t Following up her highly acclai

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Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì Lauren F Winner is the author of numerous books including Girl Meets God and Mudhouse Sabbath Her study A Cheerful Comfortable Faith Anglican Religious Practice in the Elite Households of Eighteenth Century Virginia was published in the fall of by Yale University Press She has appeared on PBS’s Religion Ethics Newsweekly and has written for The New York Times Book Review The Washing.

10 thoughts on “Still

  1. Katie Katie says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleDark Night of the Evangelical Hipster ChickAfter reading an advance copy of Lauren Winner’s new forthcoming in February memoir Still Notes on a Mid Faith Crisis it occurred to me that far egocentric than writing a book all about oneself is the feat of writing a book all about oneself and trying to play it off as a book about anyone or anything elseFurther the one thing outrageously premature and obnoxious than writing a memoir—a spiritual memoir no less—before old or even middle age or even 35 is writing two There are of course exceptional circumstances under which a very young person’s memoirs may be notable or especially insightful The occasion of being a privileged young academic from the American South East does not rise to this


  2. Stacey Stacey says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still Kindle25 stars I have mixed feelings about this book I was not a huge fan of Winner's debut book a spiritual memoir Girl Meets God I found the writing too clever too self conscious and while she comes across as honest in a way that is meant to be real and raw I often felt that what was passing for honesty was still a studied attempt at creating a particular image o


  3. Sharon Sharon says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleI read Lauren Winner's Still when it was first published in 2012 though my brain has mis remembered this event as taking place years earlier when I lived in an entirely different state for some reason I remember not liking it much then Part of the problem was what I was expecting from Still I'd stumbled across Girl Meets God the memoir of her conversion first to Orthodox Judaism and then to Protestantism years earlier and


  4. Becky Becky says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleThis was a sad book An honest beautiful collection of thoughts experiences and reflections on faith and doubt despair and flickers of hope Though it was an easy read I put it down partway through and didn't resume til the library due date loomed largeIn part I felt respons


  5. Christy Christy says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleThis was well written and thoughtful book but I just didn’t connect with the author She had some interesting things to say about the middle time of faith especially in the part where she discusses the middle vo


  6. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleWinner found God and related her experience of discovering God and converting from Judaism to Christianity in Girl Meets God She thought finding God was a done deal that she was finished with struggleThen she divorced her husband and found that God was gone Winner was bereft filled with anxiety filled with depression and fears She felt abandoned alone She did not know what to doShe began to do what she does best she researched other


  7. Alaina Alaina says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleA really good short read Finished it in two sittings I really love Winner's transparency and honesty in this book as well as the various authors and poetry referenced throughout


  8. Debbie Debbie says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleIt gets betterI almost put this book down uite a few times The author reveals to us her painful struggles with her divorce and her faith She brings us through her OCD and intens


  9. Ellen Dollar Ellen Dollar says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleI read this in one afternoon While my life is very different than Winner's I am older married have kids do not have a PhD or even a traditional job and have never particularly loved church although I still go every week I reacted viscerally to the idea of being in the listless disorienting middle of the life of faith In the middle you feel alone a little bored confused about which direction to go even unsure you're capable of going in any direction This is beautifully written and she manages to write about her divorce in a very discreet way that doesn't reveal too much about the marriage itself or lay blame at anyone's feet but her own Yet she still conveys the raw grief of her sense that she failed at marriage


  10. Kaylea Kaylea says:

    Hardcover Ù Still eBook Ì still free, Still KindleI became acuainted with Lauren F Winner a few years ago when I found her spiritual memoir Girl Meets GodThat book recounts her faith journey which includes being raised Jewish a conversion to Orthodox Judaism her mom wasn't Jewish and the faith is passed through the mother and then later her conversion to ChristianityWinner's authentic honest and blunt writing style along with her faith journey captured my attentionSo when her newest release Still Notes on a Mid Faith Crisis came across my path earlier this spring I jumped at a chance to read itThis memoir opens in the middle of Winner's spiritual life Her marriage has failed her mother has died and life isn't uite what she anticipated But


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