by Carolyn Weber >> Carolyn Weber arrives at Oxford a feminist from a loving but broken family, suspicious of men and intellectually hostile to all things religious. As she grapples with her God-shaped void alongside the friends, classmates, and professors she meets, she tackles big questions in search of Truth, love, and a life that matters. With an aching honesty and insight echoing that of the poets and writers she studied, she explores the intricacies of coming to faith. This memoir is humorous, lyrical, and spiritually perceptive and will engage even the most skeptical reader.