reads like a blog
I've begun to read the physical book, as far as the preview chapters have been released, and one of my impressions of the book is: it reads like a blog! The only thing missing is timestamps and the links for comments! It's written in a first-person narrative, and traces Brian's meanderings and personal journey towards spiritual understanding, though he's quick to disclaim that clarity or certainty of knowledge is over-rated (was that in Chapter 0?). It's an honest and thoughtful reflection on the things he's learned and the things he's learning, and has a good interplay between feelings and thoughts, with an underlying desire to see the good and value of all perspectives by all of God's creation and His creatures, human beings in particular.
It's also fun for me to read, as he quotes snippets of conversations he's had with certain people, and I know who they are! (full disclosure: both Jen and I attend Brian's church) Makes me wonder if Jen or I will have one of our conversations quoted later on in the book, or maybe in the next book. :)