by Public Relations Office - Cedarville, OH
July 19, 2006
It’s obvious that Donald Miller
, the author of Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality, likes to think outside the box. His non-fiction books reveal a writer who openly grapples with life and faith issues, disillusionment with the church, and intellectual curiosity in a challenging way.
While speaking at Cedarville on March 28, Don read the first chapter of his latest book, To Own A Dragon, which is about his own experience of growing up without a father. The book is part of an effort by Don to establish a foundation to help single mothers and their children.
Students later had a talk-back session to discuss Don’s presentation and literary works and to evaluate all in light of Scripture.