Author Barbara Ehrenreich
Author Barbara Ehrenreich on Living With a Wild God
Best-selling author Barbara Ehrenreich (Nickel and Dimed, Bait and Switch
) discusses her surprising new memoir with journalist Angie Coiro. Science-educated and known as a thoughtful advocate for social justice through her immersive brand of reporting, Ehrenreich looks inward this time, as she explores her own spiritual quest in Living With a Wild God: A Nonbeliever's Search for the Truth About Everything
. Now in middle age, she happened to rediscover a journal she wrote during her tumultuous adolescence, describing a series of uncanny experiences. She looks back with a wry wit and a fresh eye at these mystical events in an effort to reconcile them with what she's come to believe about science, religion and the human condition, with soul-shaking results.
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