Don Miller is an excellent storyteller who entertains with kind-hearted, self-effacing humour whilst cleverly pricking the conscience of the reader. He writes as a everyman; as a fool; as a dude. He seems to stagger from gig to gig, unsure of who he is or what is happening, but a careful reader may consciously tap into the radical, daring and orthodox Christianity which the less-careful reader will absorb by osmosis. But there's nothing sinister about it - Don's not interested in pushing a dogma, more pointing people to the originator of meaning in his life: Jesus.
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