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I always thought that things were as serious as cancer, but Jason Micheli has another idea. In a book that’s part memoir, part theology, and part handbook for pastors visiting cancer patients, his recent book Cancer Is Funny does not shy from the harrowing, the grotesque, or the confessional but teaches us readers to stop trying to win wars on cancer or to figure out where to put the cancer-shaped piece into God’s jigsaw puzzle, encouraging us instead to receive the gifts that God already gives us and to speak honestly about the reality of this undeniable human experience. Christian Humanist Profiles is glad to have Jason on to talk about that book.

Also, check out Jason and his Methodist crew over at Crackers and Grape Juice.

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