My new book, The Long Road from Highland Springs: A Faith Odyssey, which I have been working on for a full year, was officially published on Saturday, August 23, 2014. It is now available, in softcover and as a Kindle ebook, from Amazon.com. Click on the title or the cover image to access the Amazon listing.
From the back cover:
This is an absorbing memoir. It narrates a remarkable journey through contemporary Christianity, including a variety of encounters with the fundamentalism of Ian Paisley and Tim LaHaye, the intellectual provocations of Francis Schaeffer and C.S. Lewis, the costly discipleship of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the sixties-style community life of Grace Haven Farm, the principled peace of Anabaptism, and the liturgical beauty of the Canterbury Trail. But more than a tour of the American religious landscape, it is the tender story of a life tormented by disappointment and depression, yet sustained by an unshakable hope for the kingdom of God.
–David Swartz, Assistant Professor of History, Asbury University
Currently, the book is available only online, and Amazon is the primary source. For a few months, the ebook format will be limited to the Kindle version. After that, I plan to release it more widely in other ebook formats (Nook, etc.).
Thanks for buying the book. Let me know what you think about it, and if you would write a brief review of it for the Amazon listing, I would be grateful. And, as always…
Soli Deo Gloria.