"Jay Bakker pens what may be the best explanation for the Christian emphasis on the church community that I've ever encountered."—Sojourners Magazine
"His demands for a more biblically literate, compassionate and socially-conscious Christian Church certainly hold merit."—The Christian Post
"This book - beautifully written and deeply honest - will save the faith of many people who don't fit in conventional boxes. Faith was never meant to be a box anyway!"
—Brian D. McLaren, author of Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road? (www.brianmclaren.net)
About the Author
is co-pastor of Revolution NYC, gay rights activist, and winner of the 2012 PFLAG Straight for Equality In Faith Communities award. He is a grace enthusiast, a dyslexic introverted pessimist, and a prisoner of hope. Bakker previous books include Son of a Preacher Man
and Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self, and Society
. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.www.revolutionnyc.comAndy Meisenheimer
is a writer, editor, and stay-at-home dad. He and his family live in Manhattan, NY.