Average Customer Review
A very helpful, little book that explains a lot about what the Anglican/Episcopal Church is all about. Glad I bought it.
By: Lynda - Washington, NC
||Great summary for discussion
THis is a thin book with thick content! Each time I re-read it, I gain something more. For those who already live and know some Episcopal traditions and theology, the book makes connections between practice and theology without using theological terms; therefore, it's easy to grasp. The one page study questions that Dennis provides make it really a discussion about faith, journey, spirituality in the tradition of a church home. I decided to use it for our Lenten book group & so far, so good. One critique, however, the first 2 chapters should have been written more objectively & edited for spelling. They don't do justice to the rest of the book. Don't stop reading just because you find the first 2 chapters loaded in favor of Episkopols and against other traditions. The rest of the book takes a more tolerant tone.
By: Rev. Joyce Penfield -
good book for those that found the Episcopal Church later in life and did not grow-up knowing the little subtle things that cradle Episcopalians take for granted...plus, it was funny!
By: Pam -
... The book has been invaluable in acquainting me with the Episcopal faith. I feel like I have found my home after a long period of not attending church (formerly a Baptist). I recommend this book for all those who have unanswered questions about Episcopalians.
By: walkersmms -