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15 Good Reasons Not to Go to Church: And One Great Reason You Should

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Michael Insalaco shines new light on 15 common reasons why people avoid church. Are they legitimate or just man-made barriers to lives of significance we all seek? His answers might make you laugh and they will probably make you reconsider the way you think about church. Insalaco will respectfully open your eyes to new perspectives and tell you everything he wishes someone ...more
Paperback, 126 pages
Published July 14th 2009 by Deep River Books
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May 06, 2010 rated it it was ok
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I'm a liberal Christian who is really involved in my church and attends every Sunday. I thought this would be a great book to read because a lot of my friends who aren't Christian or regular church attendees often ask me what the point of church is or about how to find a church that is right for them. I hope that one day someone will be able to write a book that can talk about all the benefits of church without diving into dualistic theology. From my personal experience, the black and white us v ...more
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Jun 23, 2011 rated it really liked it
15 Good Reasons Not to Go to Church And One Great Reason You Should by author Michael J. Insalaco takes a good look at 15 reasons why people say they can’t go to church and offers a different perspective on every reasoning. Common reasons like Sundays are their only day off, or they’re going to be asked to volunteer or they don’t know/don’t have a Bible to other reasons like the pastors are always asking for money or they’ve seen pastors abuse their authority are all cited in here.

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