The book God is not an unfamiliar name will be released as paperback on November 20.
“Every morning I go down my knees with empty open hands. I breathe and just try to exist. It is in some way part of the mission. Yes, I would like to formulate it like that. We have a mission.”
There is a story waiting to be told. A story of guilt and reconciliation. At the center is a meeting in an anonymous service room. For 200 days, author Kristian Lundberg lets the story’s parts be joined together, text by text, fragment after fragment.
He writes of prayer as an act of resistance, about the fundamental radical in acknowledging the possibility of another world and about a belief that is not allowed to turn away from the suffering that is taking place around us. And about the explosive power of holding on to the fragile of the fragile; The mystery of faith.