Everything about Sin Bravely is unexpected. It’s a deeply personal examination of what can happen when you take religion to the extreme, but it’s also hilarious. Maggie Rowe tells her own story of checking into an evangelical psychiatric facility after years of worrying she isn’t devout enough. Her fear of eternal damnation is real and at times uncomfortable to read about. But what I found so refreshing about this book was the way Rowe balanced serious religious reflection and humor without an ounce of snark or cynicism.
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