I’ve had a senior moment and can’t remember who recommended this book as one of their favorite spiritual books, but I must agree with them. Susan Isaacs has written a very humorous but entirely authentic memoir of her spiritual journey in Angry Conversations with God. I found her honesty refreshing as she questions what God is up to when she struggles with love and career issues. Who hasn’t had their own doubts when trouble comes. She never questions her love of God, but she takes Him to couples therapy to try and discover where she went wrong. Although mostly tongue in cheek, this very funny novel helps us to see how distorted our human perceptions of God can be. Some may find this openness and humor a bit too familiar, but her pilgrimage toward a more authentic faith resonates with me (and Eric Metaxas- author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy which was named “Book of the Year” by the ECPA).