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When I converted, I saw a very liberal side of the church.
Oakes shows her readers that it IS possible to fight for LBGT rights, AND be a fan of that crucified guy without selling out your feminist roots.
A very honest and forthright witness of how one person struggles with her faith yet stays persistent in pursuing it.
This book and I found each other at the right time. The idea of radical inclusion is so necessary and serves as a reminder the Church has room for all of us.Published 9 days ago by Lola
Ms. Oakes' journey touched a nerve in this Pre-Vatican 2 woman.
Is canon law doctrine? Is a conscious decision 'well formed' only if follows ecclesiastical guidelines? Read more
A good read...maybe not on the beach.
The author looks inside her soul, but she in fact seems to be looking for a gathering of the like-minded. Read more
I particularly did not like her language. When people really have a conversion the cursing is first to go. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Margo Abad
My Christmas gifts this year included a book, Radical Reinvention, by Kaya Oakes, from a member of my family, who was raised in the Catholic religion. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Donald A. Collins
A very honest and forthright witness of how one person struggles with her faith yet stays persistent in pursuing it.Published 14 months ago by MarkGTS
This book is hilarious, poignant and some pages feel like they were taken from my own life. It is wonderful.Published 18 months ago by Mya Blue
an interesting book that documents Kaya's faith journey. It should provide help and encouragement to others who are searching and struggling with their own spiritual/faith journey.Published 19 months ago by Michael N.
Kaya's is the best testimony of faith I've read. It reorients seekers rather than reinvent anything. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dr. German Otalora-Bay