Redemption in the Dysfunction

This book wrestles with the complexity of humanity and finds redemption in the dysfunction. It is a book that wants to recalibrate us.

He Saw That It Was Good xxviii

This is an apt summary. The book doesn’t shy away from dysfunction. It boldly proclaims the possibility and power of redemption. It hammers over and over again the good story we are a part of. Recalibration is a good word, and we need to know we need it.

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