To the ancient Romans, "precarious" meant something obtained by prayer or begging. Today something that is dependent on anything uncertain is called precarious. And that is exactly how the world defines prayeroa last resort, a beggar's choice, a weakling's fallback.
This book looks at real prayer and asks the big questions: What is prayer? Why should we bother with it? Does it really do any good? Arranged in short bites, this book will allow the reader to see the big picture without getting choked on the details.