Sex, God, and Rock 'n' Roll

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Sex, God, and Rock 'n' Roll

Sex, God, and Rock 'n' Roll

  • Author : Barry Taylor
  • ISBN : 1506409075
  • Category : Literary Collections
  • Publisher : Fortress Press
  • Pages : 200
  • Release Date : 2020-06-04

Each of us experience moments that shift the axis of our lives, nudging us into new perspectives and sometimes altering our course completely. These are thread--threads that seem mundane, silly, or even trite but, woven together over the course of a life, bring us to places we never imagined. Sex, God, and Rock 'n' Roll is a story of such threads in one extraordinary life. Barry Taylor began adulthood on the road with a world-famous rock band, and there he found religion. He then became a theologian, priest, teacher, and a theist-non-theist-post-theist. Some of his stories will shock and others will provoke laughter and tears. Taken together, they will show just how poignantly the sacred moves in all of our lives.

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