Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense
I’m excited to share this news: working with my friends at the “Crackers and Grape Juice” podcast, I will be hosting a webinar based on Francis Spufford’s wonderful book, Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense.
Spufford is a prize-winning British novelist, the author of Golden Hill and most recently, Light Perpetual. He is also a Christian who has thought deeply about his faith — and who is able to talk/ write about it in accessible, entertaining and beautiful language.
Who is this webinar for? If you are flagging in your faith . . . it’s for you. If you still believe/ trust . . . but wonder if Christianity has something to say in the face of so many challenges . . . you too! If you often/ sometimes feel tongue-tied about the/ your faith, but would like not to be . . . this is for you. If you’ve never understood/ believed/ bought in . . . but would like to explore the Christian thing in a safe setting . . . you too!
Here’s how it will work. Mondays in February, beginning Feb. 7, and continuing in March, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. EST, 4:00 – 5:30 PST. An hour and a half. A panel, including your’s truly, Jason Michelli, Tommie Marshall, Joshua Millikhusen. and Joanna Hartulius from Crackers and Grape Juice team will discuss a chapter of Unapologetic for 45 to 60 minutes, then we will open it up for questions and comments both via chat and live.
There are eight chapters. We hope to have Spufford with us for one session, maybe the last one.
Here’s the link to register. No charge. Get the book. Read each chapter in advance for the whole enterprise to be most worthwhile.