Searching For Sunday - Forward - Prologue Summary & Analysis

Rachel Held Evans
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Forward. In her brief forward, author and public speaker Glennon Doyle describes her connection to, and respect for, the writing and insights of the book’s author. She suggests that as she read, the author’s commentary removed “road blocks” (ix) between herself and God. She describes the author’s faith as something that takes her (the author) closer to people and experiences that she fears. This, Doyle adds, enables the author to establish connections that are stronger, deeper, and truer, set into a place of believing that “there is no them and us; there is only us” (x). This, Melton says, is both comforting and terrifying, adding that she is starting to believe that “comforting and terrifying is exactly what faith should be” (x).

Prologue, “Dawn”. Author Rachel Held Evans introduces herself, her work, and the book’s themes with commentary...

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