Heinrich Ewald called Jeremiah "the most human prophet", but to me he's always been "Jerry". He is, in so many ways, the unexpected prophet, and I found a renewed interest in his story when mine wasn't turning out like I had hoped.
This book is hard to categorize. Part memoir, part confession, as much a reaction to scripture as it is an analysis of it. In the end, it is what it is: a journey. Mine. Jerry's. Maybe even yours.
I hope you enjoy it.