Take a walk through the so-called gay debates, from an affirming, Scripture-honoring, conscience-respecting viewpoint.
How could he know? That question surfaced in my mind over and over again as I read Robb Ryerse’s new book, Fundamorphosis. How could someone I never met, who lives many miles away, who has an entirely different background than me– how could such a person experience nearly the same kind of transformation that I have been going through?
The answer is straightforward: God is transforming cocooned Christians in our generation.
One of the most important take-aways from Robb’s book for me is the need for each generation of Christians to seek out and embrace ourselves, our God and our theology in the sea of change. Fundamorphosis challenges us to go beyond a “receive and believe” approach.
Zoe is a former member of the campus group called UBF. She captured the seven stages of identity change that a member of this Korean Bible cult typically experience. Her images are stunning, sobering, inspiring and healing.
Zoe’s drawings are featured on the cover of Brian’s book, Identity Snatchers (as well as the Spanish Edition) and serve as sobering reminders of identity change caused by undue religious influence. Her seven images introduce each chapter and tell my story better than any words I could ever write.