The Story Philip Yancey Waited 50 Years to Write Actually Explains A Lot
Philip Yancey grew up confused by the contradictions: “We heard about love and grace, but I didn’t experience much,” he says.
Throughout his fifty year writing career, this is the book he has contemplated all along: “I truly believe this is the one book I was put on earth to write.”
Today Philip joins the Better Samaritan podcast to discuss his new memoir, Where the Light Fell. He reveals what has happened between his mother & brother since writing his memoir, compares the response to the polio with the response to the COVID-19 vaccine, and talks about recovering from a toxic church.
Plus, exclusive for Better Samaritan listeners: enjoy 5 ½ hours of Philip’s favorite writing music on our Spotify playlist.
Where the Light Fell: A Memoir (available now)
"On Being a Good Neighbor", sermon draft by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This episode produced by Laura Finch
Theme Song “Turning Over Tables” by The Brilliance
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