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The Steps Leaving the Church

eBook (PDF), 190 Pages
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After all the Bible studies, after all the church meetings, after all the sermons on what to do to be a better Christian, there still remains an empty hole inside. Why? Because Christianity has become a religion to practice, not a relationship to have. We have replaced a relationship with Jesus with a whole Christian subculture that has become self centered, hedonistic, unbiblical, and far off the target God intended for us when He gave us the Acts 2 model. Many followers of Jesus are beginning to venture outside the traditional Christian church to find a more authentic and honest life in Christ. This book is about the four steps they go through in their journey outside the walls of religious Christianity. Through Separation, Anger, Emptiness, and Freedom they find a way to leave the religious machinery behind. This book is about what happens when people leave the institution, what they might expect in that journey outside, and how to avoid the pitfalls along the way.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
190
File Format
PDF
File Size
665.78 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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