You Are Your Own: A Reckoning with the Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianity

You Are Your Own: A Reckoning with the Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianity

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Title:You Are Your Own: A Reckoning with the Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianity
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    You Are Your Own: A Reckoning with the Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianity Reviews

  • Rachel

    An easy read, but not worth the time. Jamie Lee Finch is doing good work in the world, but I’d suggest just listening to her podcasts and interviews instead of reading this book. I really enjoyed li...

  • Jana

    This book shined light in dark corners of my soul I didn't know where still there....

  • Abigail Hobbs

    Jamie Lee Finch has managed to clearly express so many things that I've been trying to say, but couldn't figure out how to put into words. She captures and describes the whole mindset of a person rais...

  • Amanda Mercedes

    Gosh, I really wanted this to be better. Jamie is a beautiful, poetic writer in her poetry and on social media, but that beauty didn't come through in the ways I assumed it would here. That is probabl...

  • Brady Hardin

    Life changing. This book read me....

  • Hannah

    At the end of this eBook, Finch acknowledges that this is simply the first step in her larger goals and work in Religious Trauma and the body. I am ready for her to be publishing more.While this book ...

  • Alex

    If you want to learn how and why Evangelicalism is harmful, read this book. If you want to learn how to actually heal from that harm, you're going to be disappointed. The section on healing is a small...

  • Tara Cavett

    An essential read for those leaving Evangelical Christianity!...

  • Becky

    Helped me explore my own religious indoctrination, the trauma from growing up in it, and leaving it behind. I never felt like I could call what happened to me trauma, until reading this book. Jamie is...

  • Charlotte

    I have a lot of mixed feelings about this book... several parts of the book hit me really hard, and I really needed to hear some of what the author wrote. But at the same time it’s not a very well w...