A God Who Questions is a pilgrimage. In 20 short chapters, you move through the Gospel, around your heart’s hidden spaces, and towards the heart of the Lord, who seeks us by asking us questions. Whether for Advent, Lent, or anytime, this prayerful and stimulating journey enriches individuals and groups alike. Preorder today!
Help Me Get the Word Out
You know how there are an infinite number of things on the internet and what seems like trillions of books coming out all the time? That makes it really hard for good things to get noticed. I think paying attention to the questions of Jesus is a good thing, but I need your help to let people know about this book. Here’s what you can do:
Preorder the book yourself, and encourage other people to do the same. This helps the book’s ranking, which helps visibility, which just helps.
Share about the book on social media. Take a quote from the book down below and send it out. When you get your copy, take a photo of you holding it and send it out. When you write a short review (seriously, these really help!), send it out. In short, send it out. And use the hashtag #agodwhoquestions.
Form a reading group at your parish, your school, among your friends. Consider a group for Advent, or one for Lent. Use this for Confirmation prep or RCIA. Let me know if I can help.
Some Quotes from A God Who Questions
“Here is a word of warning: If you want to remain comfortable, do not let Jesus ask you questions.” (Introduction)
“Jesus’ question is not “Are you sick?” or “Are you suffering?” but “Do you want to be healed?” Jesus isn’t asking for help with the diagnosis; he already knows. What matters to Jesus is whether or not the man wants to be healed.” (Chapter 5)
“I doubt very much that Peter felt like a lily as he hung upside down on his cross.” (Chapter 16)
“The questions Jesus asks continually strike at and overturn the kind of questioning the serpent inaugurated. Jesus is the Son of God who seeks us, face-to-face, without ulterior motive. Our attempts to hide ourselves from him, even in the very questions we ask, get in the way. It is not just what we ask, it is why we ask and what we seek by asking. We need to ask Jesus better questions.” (Epilogue)
Early Praise for A God Who Questions
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