See Me Naked: Stories of Sexual Exile in American Christianity by Amy Frykholm

Biographical essays about people whose stories didn’t follow the script they were given by their parents and their American evangelical churches.

I read See Me Naked after the thoughtful review in Christianity Today’s Her.meneutics blog. I think the very premise will make people uncomfortable and that’s a good thing, because evangelical kids get exposed to a lot of really messed up stuff. Anyone who works with Christian teens really ought to read this book and see that not everyone’s challenges can be met with a platitude or a rule.

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