What Bothers Me Most about Christianity: Honest Reflections from an Open-Minded Christ Follower
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What Bothers Me Most about Christianity: Honest Reflections from an Open-Minded Christ Follower

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New York Times bestselling author ed Gungor offers a provocative look at the questions that bother not only opponents of Christianity but dedicated believers as well. with candor and good will, Gungor joins the discussion generated by the multitude of atheistic books currently in the market and offers a thoughtful, reasonable response.

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Published June 2nd 2009 by Howard Books (first published May 20th 2009)
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What Bothers Me Most About Christianity by Ed Gungor is a valuable addition to the growing genre of books by staunch Christians discussing the hard parts of faith. Gungor translates his conversational tone as a pastor well into the medium of writing. Each chapter could easily be a sermon that parishioners would enjoy sitting through. He tackles some of the hardest questions Christians face as first they come to faith and then again through their faith journey: Why doesn't God just show himself?...more
Debi
“But today, relatively few think of Christianity as a call to enter a new kind of living – a life jacked up with adventure, mission, and divine destiny. Faith for many is nothing more than fire insurance from hell – an acquiescence to rule keeping (it’s the least we can do) and a safety net of forgiveness when we break the rules… On this view the human experience of faith isn’t much more than a life of stumbling and bumbling around, holding on to faith the best we can till Christ sees fit to bri...more
Steve
What Bothers Me Most About Christianity: Honest Reflections from an Open-Minded Christ Follower is a book that my brother, who has struggled with faith, really enjoyed. I am staying at his place for about a week looking for stuff to read, and he suggested that I read it. The book is easy to read, the author has laid out some big pieces that many readers and all of us can say 'Yea...How...Why... ' Here are some of the issues he questions as he writes.

1 Why doesn't God just show himself?
2 Is Je...more
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