Speak What We Feel (Not What We Ought to Say)

Speak What We FeelBuechner shares the stage with four of his heroes—William Shakespeare, Gerald Manley Hopkins, Mark Twain, and G.K. Chesterton—examining how they each came to terms with despair in their lives, on the page, and how each of them found faith by facing his vulnerabilities.

“Frederick Buechner is a poet and master of English prose.”–The Living Church

“A hauntingly terrifying and beautiful book about the depths of human existence.”–Dallas Willard

“Serves to illuminate a path through the ambiguities and complexities of human life.”–Arkansas Democrat-Gazette