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The Gospel According to Me: A heretic finds his way in modernity using Jungian psychology, science, dreams, and, well, the Gospels Paperback – May 1, 2010
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When a lady rear-ended my stalled car at 60 mph, me standing unaware in the driver's door, it symbolized the tearing away of the old mechanistic life. I wobbled over to where a rescue crew was prying her door open and out rolled a can of Pork and Beans as from on high. That can spilled into the highway and rolled leisurely down the road. It is still rolling over in my head. But a can of beans? That moment represented what my life had become: a car wreck. Where was the once grand plan? The whole confused cosmic effort cried out to be re-sorted, at least in my mind. Miraculous deliverance or luck of the Irish?
From the Inside Flap
And I've had some strange dreams. I carried a dead man on my back through the streets of Corpus Christi (Latin for "body of Christ"); him choking the life out of me. I drug him hospital to hospital but no one would take him off. They just looked at me like I was a lost cause. This gospel is a form of God helping those who help themselves. And I'm not saying you can't have your own altogether. I'm all for it. I just want to have my say. I think every little life has an epic feel about it.