Review of Kenn Garrity’s New Book

Asking questions does not mean you are questioning your faith, you are simply seeking answers so your faith can grow.
Rev. Kenn Garrity has just published his second book in The WHYs Book series. Following the same format as his first book, I’m A WHYs Book Two, contains 51 new questions from parishioners ranging from the meaning of scripture passages, the origins of the seasons in the church year, to the Church’s stance on physician-assisted death. His answers are thought-provoking, enlightening, and present a stimulating thought process. What this book has, that the first one did not, are reviews from lay people. As one such reviewer puts it, “Rev. Garrity’s thought processes are challenging to say the least, for a person of faith.” You may not always agree with his answers, but they epitomize the challenge to explore your own faith – to take a step back to see where your faith has been, where it is now, and where it is going. The book is available at McNally Robinson Booksellers in Winnipeg.


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