I was attracted to this book by the first chapter where the author describes his experience in a church setting as an introverted Aspie. His experience of (not) speaking in tongues echoed mine.
- Brant Hansen
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However he does not dwell on being an Aspie in church though the book, it is more that this is one type of not fitting in, and he goes on to talk of many other groups who don't fit in to the "norm" of so many churches.
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Blessed are the Misfits 2020-06-24
includes his experience in church as an introverted Aspie