Remove This Cup
But Not My Will
By: H.L. Grey
About the Book
Remove This Cup, But Not My Will continues to chronicle the lives of the Studebaker family of Houston, Texas, whose experiences provide insight into the chasm that exists between religious, political, and socio-economic groups. From differing viewpoints of morality and decency to opposing stances regarding today’s hot-button topics like gender and race relations, radical atheism, and religious extremism, the Studebaker family is indicative of the deep divide between Americans, between generations, and even within families.
Even among our youngest generation, topics like drug use, homosexuality, peer pressure, and dating dominate the narrative, blurring the lines of what we perceive as right and wrong.
Can we find the common ground we seek? Is today’s generation better or worse than the previous generations, and where do we go from here?
About the Author
H.L. Grey was born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, and spent much of her teenage and adult years in East Amherst, New York.
Grey’s life experiences, which encompassed the exploration of a number of religions, including a disturbing experience with an evangelical church during her junior and senior years of high school, prompted her to explore how religion influences our moral compass and belief system.