Book Review: Becoming Curious


Becoming Curious

A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions
by Casey Tygrett

InterVarsity Press

IVP Books
Christian , Religion & Spirituality

Pub Date 07 May 2017 

I am reviewing a copy of Becoming Curious through Intervarsity Press and Netgalley:

In this book we are reminded that just as Christmas comes differently to children, with curiosity and wonder, we too should become more curious in our faith.

We are reminded that curiosity matters, that asking questions, and searching for the answers is okay.

The author goes on to ask this “What if repentance is an invitation to the forgiveness of our sins?”  

Casey Tygrett goes on to point out that we can find Repentance through questions.  She goes on to point out that in the gospels Jesus engages in nearly 183 questions.

The author goes on to point out that according to researchers children between the ages of three and five ask between three to five hundred questions a day.  She points out that a lot of those questions are probably simply “Why?”.  

This book reminds us too that we can find joy in the extraordinary.

I give Becoming Curious five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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