Are You Saved? Probably Not. is written from the perspective of 'an intelligent faith' that prioritizes the 'spirituality' over and above the 'religion' of the Christian faith. This book is not written to evangelize, but is written for the faithful believer in Christ that seeks clarity and guidance on wading through and getting past all the religious fanfare and hoopla that Christianity has been reduced to today.
The title plays upon common religious language within the Evangelical Christian tradition in a facetious manner, while the book is written for sincere people of faith [regardless of church tradition affiliation] that really just want God's truth over humankind's church tradition. The author criticizes the DUMBING-DOWN and OVER-SIMPLIFICATION of the Christian faith, that has notoriously attracted the ignorant and the simple-minded as so-called champions of the faith.
She argues that faith is extremely intelligent and requires critical thinking skills to work through all the intricacies of salvation in Christ. She discusses at length, what she calls the 'Analytics of Faith' to really shed light on the utter uselessness of a dumbed-down Christianity. This book is an extremely thought-provoking read for the person of sincere faith, as it awakens and challenges the analytical thinking of the believer as a necessary part of their spiritual journey.
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