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Never before has this country—indeed this world—faced such a need for a book that unites people, a book that reassures those disillusioned by faith that they can navigate their way back to God and even experience a profound spiritual awakening. For author and entrepreneur Steve McSwain, such an epiphany transformed his life. In The Enoch Factor, readers discover a kindred spirit in an author who understands how religion can subvert a spiritual life. His story will help them navigate their own spiritual journeys.
More than a personal odyssey, The Enoch Factor is also a testimonial to the innate dangers of fundamentalist thinking. It is a persuasive argument for a more enlightened religious dialogue in America, one that affirms the goals of all religions—guiding followers in self-awareness, finding serenity and happiness, and discovering what the author describes as “the sacred art of knowing God.” Unapologetic and moving, McSwain’s take on The Almighty is sure to ignite spirited debate. Full of wisdom, humor, and truth, The Enoch Factor bridges the gap between secular and Christian book titles on spirituality, setting a new standard in both.
McSwain’s anchor to a big and beautiful God gives him courage to explore the depth and breadth of religious topics that few dare to broach. More than a collection of disparate sayings and experiences, and far more than simply iconoclastic, McSwain’s brave reflections bring more light to the mysteries and mercies of life. He makes me hopeful for the future of faith.
Pastor, Highland Baptist Church
A book you may want to argue with from start to finish, but one full of wisdom drawn from scriptures, profound personal experience, and a cornucopia of sacred literature. Be warned: if you take this book in hand, you may learn as Enoch did what it means to walk with God.
—E. Glenn Hinson
With the very first sentence Steve McSwain captured my own thoughts and spirit. From there I journeyed page by page with him through his own spiritual experience that so entirely connects with many of our own it felt as if the words on the page could have been mine. Woven from his own personal journey, Steve confronts each of us with our deepest desire. The Enoch Factor plumbs the depth of our hunger to know God, not just know about God, and gives us the hope and the peace that we, like Enoch, can know God and can walk with God. This book is written with courage, wisdom, faith, and the deep, abiding passion of a Christ-follower who has enriched and blessed both my life and my faith.
Pastor, Lexington Avenue Baptist Church