Into the Gray | Michelle Collins
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What happens when you deconstruct your faith?

Aside from all the theological messiness it brings, deconstruction brings with it a lot of personal trauma. Friends and family often distance themselves. Your church sometimes removes you from the pews. And often, you are left with nothing more than rubble where a seemingly unmovable building once stood. Enter Michelle Collins' debut book, Into the Gray: The Mental and Emotional Aftermath of Spiritual Deconstruction. Far from a "how-to" guide, this book is much more "pastoral" in that it allows the reader to check in with a fellow spiritual sojourner so that, by the end of its pages, they can say "me too."

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Into the Gray is now available from:

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Into the Gray is an insightful and unflinching book that explores:

What psychology has to say about religious deconstruction

Why religion, while an answer for some, is a problem for others

A deeper understanding of the process of belief and changing one's mind

How religious deconstruction aligns with the grief cycle

Michelle Collins

Michelle Collins is a wife and mother to four grown children. She served in the US Marine Corps and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Psychology as well as additional degrees in Biblical Studies and Christian Counseling. An introvert dedicated to fitness of both body and mind, Michelle possesses the rare ability to participate in a discussion and see both sides without disparaging those with whom she might disagree. She currently lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

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