Title: Sixty Minutes with God
Subtitle: A Puzzled Pilgrim Bares His Questions and His Neck in a Spirited Encounter with No. 1
Author: Jim Klobuchar
The book takes the form of an interview with God. The author describes his work as " a benign ruse to confront God with some of the longstanding dilemmas about the shortest line to salvation." The reader, with a sense of humor, will appreciate the struggles of a deeply spiritual writer who searches for answers to questions such as, "How do we relate to God?" More importantly, "How does God relate to the world?"
The mature Christian who realizes that grace allows us to handle ambiguity, and who can thrive in a world of questions will find this book captivating and compelling.
About the author:
A daily columnist for more than three decades with the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Jim Klobuchar brought into the homes of hundreds of thousands of readers stories of corporate rogues and obscure heroes, politicians and mavericks. He is the author of The Cross Under the Acacia Tree and The Miracles of Barefoot Capitalism.
Pages: 134 perfect bound
Size: 5.25 x 7.25
Publication date: June 1, 2003