Here's what Michael Peck from Missoula Independent had to say about Kelly Barth's My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus. –
"Unflinching and funny, the book concerns itself with the seeming impossibility of coming out gay in an extreme Christian milieu and, at the same time, coming out Christian in an increasingly secular era. Barth picks her tongue-in-cheek moments, saving them for her most absurd anecdotes… But this isn't just a droll coming-out story; it's a serious expose of organized intolerance, which explores antagonism and social issues of dignity."
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