The young, ambitious employees at radio station KLUV have a common belief that life is worth living. They are constantly inspired and challenged by the principles of honesty and love which they feel are at the pinnacle of the meaning of life. They believe that these two truths used in harmony can make life very enjoyable and ultimately worth the effort.
In this collection of confessional and explorative essays, nine of them have pieced together a vast array of their lives' experiences into a basic framework of their perceived truths about faith and life. They believe strongly that they've presented a thorough account of their beliefs, and they feel that the chosen topics are broadly comprehensive in their scope.
If, in fact, both "believers" and "non-believers" in our country today are, more often than not, mistakenly misled with regard to the original, historical, and contemporary encapsulations of Christian knowledge and requisite conduct, Being Untwisted begins the work of alleviating the mistakes.
Love the truth; love it, don't loathe it.