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Searching for Sunday Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church
By Rachel Held Evans
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/18 Heather Fineisen wrote: Next, Is Rachel Held Evans’ Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church. I’ve read so many wonderful reviews of this in the past few weeks, I had to read it. Held Evans represents a generation of churchgoers who wish to be all-inclusive rather than exclusionary. Struggling with ... It's Monday! What Are You Reading?
On 8/26 Jeff Saunders wrote: In her latest book Searching for Sunday, Rachel Held Evans heralds from atop her box her concern (and the many Millenials she’s advocating) for the Christian church. She’s concerned because frankly she’s seen a resistance to vulnerability, turning a blind eye to the “holes in the vessel,” ... Book Review: Searching For Sunday
On 7/27 Christine wrote: The Church has been a rather finicky topic for so many of us in the last few decades. As children, we grow up with church being required due to our parents making us attend. We went to Sunday School, Sunday service, some of us Sunday nights, and Wednesday evenings for youth group or Wednesday service ... Searching for Sunday by Rachel Held Evans review
On 7/16 BobonBooks wrote: True confessions. I’ve had a like-dislike affair (love-hate is too strong) with the writing of Rachel Held Evans. Ever since I first encountered her blog posts, I have admired the freshness, authenticity and downright beauty that I find in her writing. What I’ve always dis-liked was that the central ... Review: Searching for Sunday
On 7/16 Joshua Rhone wrote: The book captures the dilemma of many that are de-churched. As such, Rachel's angst resonates with many millennials who were raised in the church, but never successfully transitioned from youth group to part of 'adult church' in their 20s and 30s. Sadly, she confuses Evangelicalism with Fundamentalism––although, ... Searching for... Still haven't found what I'm looking for.
On 7/14 Joel Bremer wrote: Rachael Held Evans is a blogger. To be honest I never have heard of her until I picked up the book she wrote: Searching for Sunday. The best part of this book is her authenticity. She is rough around the edges and I like that because many Christians wear masks and pretend everything is ok when it is ... I loved this book
On 7/7 Holly Frady wrote: Growing up in the church at one part it seemed to be a natural routine of life. As I got older and saw many of the actualities behind the people and cliches within the church perspective began to change. Rachel Held Evans captures in her book the feelings many people, millennials in particular, are having ... Book Review: Rachel Held Evans' Searching For Sunday
On 7/2 Jon Gibson wrote: I’ve never met Rachel Held Evans in person. I’ve never even had a digital conversation with her. My guess is that if we ever met face to face that we would hate each other, love each other, or love to hate each other. She’s spunky, witty, snarky, and smart. She shares with a verbal eloquence and ... Searching For Sunday - A Book Review
On 6/29 Chelsey wrote: I was scared to read a Rachel Held Evans book because I follow her on Twitter. I don't really read her blog, she's really smart and likes to debate doctrine and I had to look up complementarian and egalitarian in the dictionary because of her, and I am just not really into being controversial so I kind ... Searching For Sunday
On 6/28 Kaitlyn wrote: I knew as soon as I heard the title of Rachel’s newest book that I would need to read it. While I don’t agree with some of her viewpoints, and while there are definitely some generalities that were applied throughout the book that I do not personally find appropriate, I did however greatly appreciate ... n honestly told story but I'm saddened by a few generalities