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Our recent posting of, My Train Wreck Conversion: As a leftist lesbian professor, I despised Christians. Then I somehow became oneby Rosaria Champaign Butterfield, has gone viral a couple of times, partly due to the fact that it is very poignant to current issues, but I think mostly because it is an inspiring story of Grace and Truth. If you haven’t read it yet, let me encourage you to do so. If you have read it, I encourage you to go deeper and read Rosaria’s full story in here book, The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert, which is on sale right now (for a limited time) for only 99 cents.
I had the honor of hearing Rosaria lecture a couple of times last spring at a conference on sexuality and ethics, and I can tell you she is amazing. Before I heard her first lecture (which was basically her personal testimony), there were stacks of her afore mentioned book for sale at a table in the lobby and I contemplated buying one. But since I was on a limited budget, I decided to wait. After sitting captivated listening to her story nearly to tears the entire time, I knew I had to go just ahead and get a copy of the book. By the time I made it up to the table shortly after the lecture, there was only one copy left. I think I paid ten bucks for it and it was well worth it. If you still have any doubts of whether or not the book is worth spending less than a buck on after reading, My Train Wreck Conversion, or even if you don’t, you can view the lecture that I mentioned below: