Kissing Fish: christianity for people who don't like christianity   by Roger Wolsey

published January, 11 2011

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Rich Peck said:   May 26, 2011 9:45 am PST
Just a word of appreciation from a CU and fellow Iliff grad (albeit a few years earlier (1961 to be exact). Rich

Blair Frank said:   May 25, 2011 7:54 pm PST
I find integrity and authenticity on every page! I am refreshed and uplifted to read a book written from the heart that presents such an open-hearted passion for the earth, for the people and for a future. Thank you Roger!

Joshua said:   May 23, 2011 8:13 pm PST
I was recommended "Kissing Fish" from a friend on Facebook. I was born raised in fundamental Christianity. I led worship, went to Bible college and even ministered under a more fundamental worldview. The past few years, I have slowly and respectfully been straying from my roots and have found new life and excitement in my faith - but have not had very much support in the process. 30 pages into this book and it has resonated with my spirit. You seem to have the words for my thoughts that I haven't been able to formulate. Your humble and conversational style makes the read enjoyable. My only problem is now, I'm having trouble putting the book down when I should be doing homework. Curses Roger Wolsey! Curses! :)

Cynthia said:   April 22, 2011 3:29 pm PST
I just realized that I hadn't signed your guestbook. Really love your book. It resonates with so many people. I've read it, and several friends are reading it now. All of the comments have been so positive, and in some instances, very healing for those who have felt marginalized and/or rejected by mainstream Christianity. Thank you for sharing your insights with the world!!! :)

Sarah Oglesby said:   March 11, 2011 12:11 pm PST
Hi Roger. I am currently in my second year at Iliff as an MDIV student pursuing a second career (my first was in urban community colleges). I look forward to reading the book. I think I am supposed to meet you--my first experience with church (that I chose) was at the Wesley Chapel on the Boulder campus which I attended frequently by myself at age 9/10/11. (My parents lived in student housing off 30th and I walked there). I am a UU and my call is to do interfaith retreats and spiritual direction. E-mail me, I would like to come to hear you preach and chat. I live in Denver with my family (kids + husband) but I am not working full time anymore so I am flexible. --Sarah

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