Who am I? Who are we?
Simple yet profound questions.
What does it mean to be human?
Why does society sometimes make us feel inadequate and diminished as humans?
Where does the church and religion slot into this sense of dehumanization?
What are we doing to ourselves and to others to impede our journey as humans living to the fullest?
Why does it feel as if violence and fear is the dominant narrative in this modern world?
Who is Jesus?
Again, a simple yet profound question.
A question that can open the door to knowing what it truly means to be human, living a life of love and not fear and violence.
With the help of ancient and modern thinkers, pioneer, church planter, and chaplain Joe Haward explores these questions in this provocative book and seeks to help us reconnect with our beautiful humanity.