Karen Gonzalez, The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong

This week I listened to an episode of The Deconstructionists podcast that consisted mostly of an interview with Karen Gonzalez, author of The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong. The book has been recommended highly by theologians, biblical scholars, and social activists. Here is what Rachel Held Evans, author of Inspired and Searching for Sunday, had to say about the book:

“With this stunning debut, Karen González makes her mark as one of the most talented storytellers of faith in a generation. The skill with which she weaves together personal narrative, biblical text, intimate detail, and sociopolitical analysis is as impressive as it is seamless. Every single page of this beautiful, timely book pulses with prophetic truth. It left me changed in all the best ways.”

I encourage you to listen to the interview. Just click on the image below!

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