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I Was A Teenage Pharisee By Mike D. Moore
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Sometimes a "Christian upbringing" can go pretty wrong. This is about that. Strict, impersonal, unloving, image-conscious, status-focused legalism is something Jesus addressed pretty... More > directly, as did the apostle Paul. This is also about growing up locked away inside a Christian community that worked like that. Darkly insightful, and told with a lot of humour, with personal statements from a large number of people with problematic Christian upbringings.< Less
The Songs of Peter Grey By Mike D. Moore
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All boys from 10 to 54 who like long, gloomy church stories packed with melancholy introspection and soul-shattering morbidity will want to read every one of the Wikkid People church adventure... More > books. Son of a disgraced Plymouth Brethren preacher man, Peter Grey is drowning in bitter disillusionment as he discovers that almost everything he’s been told to do and believe in is either breathtakingly ill advised or else simply wrong. When his questions no longer match everyone else’s favourite answers, he is ostracized. Failing at romance, his solution is to dig the deepest hole he can, climb into it and stay there, basking in self-loathing. Read these thrilling books after school hours and during vacations to experience unprecedented depths of unadulterated angst and unrelieved ennui.< Less
I Was a Teenage Pharisee By Mike D. Moore
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Every kind of religious group has its zealots. Some of us were those zealots. Teenage pharisees. And we bought into the thing whole-heartedly to our own spiritual detriment. We Plymouth Brethren folk... More > grew up without televisions, pop music, movies, dancing, cards, alcohol, voting and a thousand other little things. We sacrificed these things so as to please God and know Him and be able to share Him with others. And it really didn't work out very well. We became prodigal's elder brothers. Unhappy, closed, cold, bitter, disappointed people. Old before our time. People who needed Jesus. This book takes a look at what was missing in a legalistic church culture of this sort, and what it was like to go out looking for it. What it's like not to throw the Baby Jesus out with the holy water. It has quotes all throughout it from people who experienced different kinds of Plymouth Brethren groups all over the world.< Less
The Songs of Peter Grey By Mike D. Moore
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All boys from 10 to 54 who like long, gloomy church stories packed with melancholy introspection and soul-shattering morbidity will want to read every one of the Wikkid People church adventure... More > books. Son of a disgraced Plymouth Brethren preacher man, Peter Grey is drowning in bitter disillusionment as he discovers that almost everything he’s been told to do and believe in is either breathtakingly ill advised or else simply wrong. When his questions no longer match everyone else’s favourite answers, he is ostracized. Failing at romance, his solution is to dig the deepest hole he can, climb into it and stay there, basking in self-loathing. Read these thrilling books after school hours and during vacations to experience unprecedented depths of unadulterated angst and unrelieved ennui.< Less