The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert
Rosaria Champagne Butterfield
Summary: A woman tells her journey from being a post modern feminist lesbian to a Reformed, homeschooling, Christian mom. As a professor and popular speaker for gay activists, the ripples that this change caused were enormous. She proves how 'messy' conversion was for her--her entire identity was overhauled. But she continued to read, she wrestled and she believed. As a result she is deeply convinced of Reformed theology. Praise be to God!
Personal Thoughts: This book puts the onus on Christians. When we pray for the lost do we really know what this means? Are we willing to shed our cloaks of self righteousness to walk beside the lost? Do we really believe that the blood of Christ is the same required atonement for all?