ORLANDO, Florida (AP) -- Donald Miller still loves God and Jesus. Don't misunderstand him.
Five years after he wrote "Blue Like Jazz," Donald Miller's book on Christianity becomes a hit.
His problem is with Christianity, at least how it's often practiced.
Watching TBN one night on TV, Miller, 36, realized the conservative religious network was many people's baseline for Christianity. He wanted to change that.
Critics call Miller's works casual and glib and that he strays from biblical truths when he downplays homosexuality and other sins.