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Losing My Religion

3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Do you have serious questions or doubts about your faith, ot the teaching of your church? Do you find more excitement and inspiration outside the church than within it? Do you sometimes feel like you're losing your religion? This book offers a framework of support trying to understand their spiritual jouney beyond Evangelical faith, as well as those trying to help others t ...more
Paperback, 106 pages
Published January 31st 2011 by Darton Longman & Todd (first published 2004)
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Phil Whittall
May 26, 2016 Phil Whittall rated it did not like it
losing religionWhy do some people stop being evangelicals and what happens to them are the sort of questions addressed by Losing my religion? Moving on from Evangelical Faith by Gordon Lynch. It's a short book, just 92 pages, and despite the tricky subject matter is handled with a light touch.

Lynch, Professor in the Sociology of Religion at Birkbeck College University of London, has himself has walked this road and has made the journey away from evangelicalism and so speaks personally and quite
Anne Borrowdale
Aug 13, 2014 Anne Borrowdale rated it liked it
I have to admit to feeling disappointed with this slight book. Perhaps that’s because it’s been on my reading list since it came out in 2003, so it had a long build-up. Perhaps, too, because I took it to read on a long train journey, and it only lasted a few stops.

It is a witty, readable and interesting book, but there’s only 90 pages, 30 of which are made up of extended interviews with two people. We get very little of Lynch’s own story and struggle. In the introduction, he calls the process o
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