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