Many of you who follow my blog have already purchased and read my book, “Things I Never Learned in Sunday School: Facts about the Christian faith that will surprise and astound you.”
And I appreciate every single one of you!
As I read some of the comments and statements in the blogosphere, it appears there are still many individuals who are relying on hearsay and false teachings related to the Christian faith. Even those who adamantly claim the title of atheist or non-believer occasionally share information that is (to use the vernacular of the day) …”fake news.”
I don’t claim to cover all aspects of Christianity in my book, but I do address — and often discount — many of the more popular beliefs circulated within and without “The Faith.” In fact, I think many people would be “surprised and astounded” to learn there are “holes” in what they have been taught.
Let me be perfectly clear. I do not claim to be an expert. And I’m most certainly no bible scholar. But I did spend several years doing research on many of the teachings of Christianity and discovered that a considerable amount of what is stated as fact … isn’t.
For anyone interested, I have a blog dedicated entirely to my book — EscapeFromReligion.wordpress.com — where you will find a listing of the contents and also some excerpts. There is also information on where you can purchase various formats. The cost is extremely reasonable for the eBook version and less then $10 (on Amazon) for the paperback.
“Be sure to tell your doctor if …” Whoops! Wrong commercial. 😀
I welcome your comments and questions.