Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler

Synopsis:
A sheltered young man realizes he needs to decide what he really believes in.

Review:
Aaron Hartzler is witty and perceptive, and Rapture Practice is an insider’s look at the wacky outskirts of evangelicalism. I didn’t stay very interested in the memoir aspect, mainly because as I’ve mentioned before I’m not crazy about the genre, but I did like the way Hartzler told his story. He’s a good writer, to be sure.

And the review would have been longer, but my site was hacked and I spent all my blogging time changing my password through the backend. As Henry on Oswald would say, it’s “time to go to bed.”

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