Why Isn't Christianity Working [NOOK Book]

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With all of its uncertain promises and claims for a better life, one wonders what happened to the glory days of Christianity. Strong willed charismatic preachers, miracle workers and we can't forget the prophets who relished for a short period of time in their end of the world prophecies.

300 years ago Christianity worked because it continued to scare its followers, with ridiculous claims about burning in hell for eternity. Today these claims ...
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Why Isn't Christianity Working

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With all of its uncertain promises and claims for a better life, one wonders what happened to the glory days of Christianity. Strong willed charismatic preachers, miracle workers and we can't forget the prophets who relished for a short period of time in their end of the world prophecies.

300 years ago Christianity worked because it continued to scare its followers, with ridiculous claims about burning in hell for eternity. Today these claims no longer rest on the shoulders of the Almighty and within a short period of time, will bring Christianity to its knees.

Thanks to science, technology and the Internet, ridiculous claims made by Christian leaders today can be scrutinized by rational minded individuals. Think about it, whose advice do Christians seek, when they’re in desperate need of medical attention.

Where do they go when their teeth hurt and why don't they follow the word of God? It's sad to say, but even Christians today don't seem to have enough faith in Christianity.

According to one survey Christianity has lost about 10% of its followers in the United States alone. It won't be long, before this number rises to 20% and even 50%, eventually disappearing into the pages of history.

I might not have all the answers, but I've got a few that just might knock your socks off. Find out what's really happening to Christianity and why it's getting harder and harder to recruit new followers.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014776394
  • Publisher: Greg Vanden Berge
  • Publication date: 6/8/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 86 KB

Meet the Author

Greg Vanden Berge has written over 40 books and a majority of them relate directly to rational thinking and of course Christianity.

He’s married and lives in Southern California and his hobbies usually revolve around books. He's either reading them or writing them and also enjoys working in his garden.
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