“Coren tells us the stories of his fascinating life with clarity, self-deprecating wit, and page-turning verve.” — STEPHEN FRY
From England’s working class to high profile media personality, Michael Coren charts his encounters with people of faith, fame, and fortune.
Michael Coren writes of his life leading up to entering the seminary and being ordained. Growing up in a working-class mixed-religion family, then entering a career in media, Coren was, and in some ways still is, the consummate outsider. He records his encounters and work with Oscar-winning writers, celebrities, and authors, and his early successes as a journalist.
After marrying and settling in Canada, Coren became a darling of the Christian right, with his TV and radio shows and syndicated column. He describes his shift to more progressive Christianity and politics, and what happened personally and professionally when this occurred.
Not just a humble admission of fault, but an articulate and convincing account of a spiritual awakening.