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How to pray when you are angry with God

How to pray when you are angry with God

The Rev. Deacon Ian Punnett of Minneapolis recently discussed his new book, How to Pray when You Are Pissed at God: Or Anyone Else for that Matter with A. J. Jacobs of Esquire, author of The Year of Living Biblically. Here is a snippet of their excellent conversation.

ESQ: I like your section about how many of the biblical characters were angry at God, so this type of prayer has a long tradition. Who was the angriest of them all?

ESQ: Can you give us a taste of what he wanted to happen to his enemy?

ESQ: That’s some serious anger.

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