In Mistaken for Strangers, Stefan Junaeus poses the provocative question, what does it mean to be young, Christian, American, and human. He sifts through the unique inherent space many contemporary Christians find themselves in today's world. In the age of global capitalism, the development of post-modern culture, and the growth of an increasingly more cosmopolitan society, how does Christianity's social and political response remain in the forefront of innovative thought? How does the Church hold onto to its unconventional understanding of love, in a western world increasingly growing more cluttered with a multitude of voices defined by self-interest, indifference, and skepticism? On a quest for answers, Junaeus journeys through his own life, accounting his struggles, emotions, and personal experiences that has led him down this path of inquiry and discovery. Humbly, Junaeus rethinks and challenges traditions and misconceptions of the Christian faith, seeking to discover clarity in understanding these principles of faith, hope, and love in the context of social and political relevance. Junaeus invites us to work towards innovation and creatively pursuing authentic choices that will dictate our lives. Essentially, pushing innovation grounding in tradition, making way for a space where Christian love can endure and has a voice to impact social climate.