A spiritual memoir about a man who was raised in the Pentecostal church and even became a pastor only to find himself disillusioned with the church. Though I am personally not a fan of organized religion, I do find myself uncomfortable with those who take a mean spirited approach against it. I don't care about others' religion as long as they don't care about my lack of religion, but I still want to read about these things to help sort out my feelings. I appreciated DeWitt's story and felt he did a great job explaining himself without mocking or deriding others for their belief. An interesting read for anyone who tires of the vitriol of the Dawkins and Hitchens of the world.