Confessions of an Amateur Believer by Patty Kirk

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An entertaining collection of inspirational, gritty, challenging writing that follows an unwilling atheist's first encounters with God, her ensuing struggles and progress as a reluctant believer, and her ultimate discovery of contentment and rest in faith.

 

About Patty Kirk

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Patty Kirk is writer in residence and associate professor of English at John Brown University. She is an award-winning writer and author of Confessions of an Amateur Believer and Starting from Scratch: A Wandering Cook in Search of Home.
 
Published January 2, 2007 by Thomas Nelson. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Kirk came to Christian faith kicking and screaming after years as a lapsed-Catholic atheist, but once in the fold she embraced her newfound relationship with God with passion.

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While the majority of chapters tells Kirk's story, there are interludes of brief chapters that reflect on God and life.

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