I read recently that Julia Roberts decided to convert to Hinduism after playing the lead in the film "Eat Pray Love". The viewing public had lapped up this film and females friends had fallen over each other to praise it saying, "You've got to see it" and not one (that I was aware of) made any comment about the "faith" portrayed in the film.
It occurred to me - would this film have been so successful if the "pray" part of the film had not been Hinduism but had been Christianity? Somehow, I suspect not...but why? This is my gut reaction - it's not based on any sound research.
I've googled "Christianity Eat Pray Love" and read some fascinating reviews - showing the whole range of views but the Bible says;
"I am the way, the truth and the life and no one comes to the Father except through me" (John 14:6)
So it seems fairly straightforward, if this is to be believed then Elizabeth Gilbert has been barking up the wrong tree.