The Beautiful Letdown: An Addict's Theology of Addiction - eBook
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Title: The Beautiful Letdown: An Addict's Theology of Addiction - eBook
By: David Tremaine
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Cascade Books
Publication Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781532646171
ISBN-13: 9781532646171
Stock No: WW108997EB

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One of the most widely accepted ways of describing an addiction is as a disease, but do we realize what we are saying when we describe it that way? Our current language and approach to addiction is not only lacking in depth but is keeping us blind to an amazing way that God is working in each and every one of us. What if our addictions are not broken parts of us that we have to get rid of, but invitations from God to new depth and transformation? When we are able to hold this experience gently and look at it anew, it reveals a new depth to how we can understand ourselves, our suffering, and God. For too long we have been trying to treat addiction like a disease, and tear it out by the root, but we are invited to something more in our humanity; something that we will never find if we continue to wish away our suffering. Author David Tremaine explores the possibilities of understanding addiction not as a diseased part of our humanity, but as a blessed part of our spiritual journey, and sheds new light on this deeply engrained experience of God.

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David Tremaine (Virginia Theological Seminary) is a husband, father, author, and recovering addict. He currently works at various churches as a layperson in the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. He has been sober and in recovery from sex addiction since March 2014.

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