‘Mr. Spock goes to church’: How one Christian copes with Asperger’s syndrome

This is really great!! So glad to see stories like this in Main Steam Media! They are getting to be ‘Healthy Stream Media’ more and more everyday!! Hallelujah!! They are in our prayers, and GOD LOVES THEM (I do too!!) AND IS ANSWERING OUR PRAYERS! Hallelujah!!

CNN Belief Blog

Opinion by Brant Hansen, special to CNN

(CNN) — In the book “Jim and Caspar Go to Church,” an atheist turns to a Christian minister as they’re watching a Sunday morning church service and earnestly asks, “Is this what Jesus told you guys to do?”

I’ve grown up in churches and I’m a Christian, and I’m right there with the atheist.

I honestly don’t get the connection. (To be fair, I’ve grown up on Earth, too, and there are times that I don’t understand any part of this place.)

You see, years ago, I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome — and like a lot of “Aspies,” sometimes I’m convinced that I’ve landed on the wrong planet.

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