“Suffering and grace are the themes that have emerged - and they have defined the rest of my life.” - Philip Yancey
On this edition, Michael welcomes back our good friend, Philip Yancey. No author in contemporary Christian literature is more well-known for their writing on grace and suffering than Philip. He has authored over 25 books, in which he has wrestled with God, with the Church, and with fellow believers. After surviving a church background of what he now calls “toxic faith,” he ultimately came to know a God of grace and beauty.
Over the next two episodes, Michael and Philip discuss the major themes of his latest book, his memoir titled, Where the Light Fell. At its heart, this is a book about the possibility of healing and the hope that nothing in a person’s life need go to waste. A fascinating read - we trust the conversation will be equally as stimulating.
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