Tension in our personal relationships are at an all-time high. Dialogue-when it happens at all-is heated. It isn't that we've lost hope in what faith and politics can accomplish in our world. It's that in our polarizing times, faith and politics seem to be leading more to rage than actual change. It's discouraging, disheartening, and disappointing. But it doesn't have to stay that way. Civility is not a pipe dream. Nuance is not unrecoverable. Peace is possible. And it can all start right here, right now, with us.
For those who are looking for a better way to engage on the topics that mean the most to them,
for those who are looking to build a bridge with the people politics and religion has isolated them from,
for those who won't settle for the growing space between us and who believe there's a better way,
this book is for you.