I'm a little more than half way finished with the book. It is about a gay man (the author) and his struggle to accept his sexuality while being a Christian, then discovering that theologically he has moved away from Christianity toward anti-theism, and finally discovering a way to balance his atheism and desire to connect with people of all religious stripes. He did a really good job of explaining Secular Humanism too, which I had heard of but not really understood before. (Personally, I am agnostic.) I am loving his story and how he shares it!

He also has a blog on patheos, called NonProphet Status. I haven't looked at the blog yet.

Has anyone else read Faithest?