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The Wondering Years

The Wondering Years How Pop Culture Helped Me Answer Life's Biggest Questions

By Knox McCoy
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.8 Stars

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On 2/10 MissBlushingDee wrote: If you love pop culture then you will love this book. Knox McCoy books shows how pop culture has opened up this men and helped shaped his life. He talks about how pop culture is more than just reality tv but can be used to. open you guys to a new world and increase your faith. Most about his upbringing ... Wonder Years

MissBlushingDee's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/7 cassandra95011 wrote: I received a complimentary copy. It's a love it or hate it book written in a style that made the author a lot of the forefront in the chapters, with his ongoing commentary for every name drop placed inside the book. I am not sure if hilarious is the word I would select for a description as it is more ... The Wondering Years By Knox McCoy Review

cassandra95011's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/6 Jessica White wrote: I finished it in a couple of days, and overall it was a good read. It was enjoyable and made me chuckle at parts. I believe the author and I are the same age, or very close in age. The references to pop-culture made me giggle, particularly when juxtaposed to the “Christian” up bringing of the 90s ... Great start...not sure what happened at the end.

Jessica's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/24 Jenn Grandlienard wrote: Have you heard of the insanely popular podcast, “The Popcast with Knox and Jamie?” Well, one of the co-hosts wrote a book! And it’s SOOO super fun! When you think about pop culture, things that come to mind are probably Netflix, reality TV, Justin Bieber and one of the 52 Kardashians. But what ... Awesome book about pop culture being a GOOD thing!

Jenn's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/22 Alison wrote: I wasn’t sure what this book would be like but I kept seeing it recommended so I thought I would give it a try. And I’m still not quite sure what to make of it. This book reads like a series of related essays about culture and faith. Some of the humor worked for me, like all the footnotes sprinkled ... Fun but a little disjointed

Alison 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/21 Melissa Martin wrote: When you hear the phrase pop culture, you likely think reality television, boy bands or Real Housewives of various cities. While these are elements of popular culture, they aren’t all it has to offer. Pop culture may not cure diseases, topple political regimes, or make scientific breakthroughs, ... The Wondering Years by Knox McCoy

Melissa 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/3 nomer15 wrote: Knox McCoy, co-host of The Popcast podcast, recently released a memoir/faith reflections book called "The Wondering Years". I personally have never listened to his podcast, but I follow many bloggers/podcasters who do. This book came highly rated, so when I had the opportunity to check it out, I didn't ... A Review: "The Wondering Years" by Knox McCoy

nomer15's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/26 Karen W wrote: Once upon a time I discovered Knox McCoy's podcast, The Popcast, and discovered a huge appreciation for his amazing pop culture combined with a fast wit and the ability to turn unlikely occurrences into something meaningful in life. This book embodies every one of those characteristics in the most refreshing ... The Wondering Years {Knox McCoy}

Karen W's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/22 Zachary_Houle wrote: There has always been a book waiting to be written about God and pop culture. After all, there are areas where the sacred overlaps with the secular. Personally, I’ve always felt that if I had more of a brain for processing what pop culture means in the area of faith, I’d write a book that would at ... The Wondering Years

Zachary_Houle's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/20 Hannah Cox wrote: The Wondering Years takes you inside the mind of Knox McCoy of The Popcast with Knox and Jamie. Pop culture can be a dirty term for Christians. We are to be in the world and not of it, but part of being in this world is T.V., movies, and music. It is part of this world and we have nothing to be ashamed ... The Wondering Years

Hannah's Rating:

5 Stars